Oh yes, ladies and gentlemen: the work week is on its way out, and the weekend is coming in! Just in time to help you unwind, we have this here collection of the latest and freshest beats in the Universe. Some are so fresh, in fact, that I suspect that they will be taken down from YouTube at any moment. In any case, happy Friday! Enjoy the beats…
Take your shoes off, kick your feet up, and crack a cold one, because it’s Friday. Although it may not be as hot outside as it was last weekend, I assure you that this edition of Ear to the Street remains just as hot as last. We got a total of seven tracks today, for your listening pleasure, from lots of disparate genres. Enjoy folks!
Welcome to Ear to the Street, where it’s always Good Friday. Enjoy your supersized weekend with a delectable selection of some of the finest cuts from the music world. In direct contrast to last week, we have only one rap track, but tons of great new electronic stuff for your listening pleasure!
A little later in the day than usual, but nonetheless we are back with this week’s installment of the greatest internet videos around. All sorts of goodies down here, including the best speedo dancing i have ever seen, some mindblowing beatboxing/drumming, and a statue come to life. Enjoy.
The thing about putting out the latest and freshest tracks each and every week is that some weeks are better than others, in terms of quality of music output. This was a good week. Too much good stuff here. Pour a cold one, and get ready to boogey-in the weekend: its ETTS…
Major Lazer & Flux Pavilion - Jah No Rasta (Heroes x Villains Remix)
Yes, yes, YES! This song is a total beast, with the Caribbean, by way of Montreal, beats of the totally fictional Major Lazer, the pulsing bass of Flux Pavilion, all gloriously blended by Heroes x Villains. This song made me headnod and smile SIMULTANEOUSLY.
Danny Brown - #HottestMC
With the overblown Hottest MC controversy at all time high, you knew dudes would be dropping tracks on it soon. Enter the very legit Danny Brown. He makes a case: this is vintage rap music with a Detroit rock soul.
Keys N Krates - Treat Me Right
My cousin told me about these Toronto cats a few years back, and I’m so stupid for not listening. This song is sexy, hypnotic and possibly life changing. 5 out of 5.