December 2015

Anderson .Paak – Room In Here (feat. The Game & Sonyae Elise)


California singer, rapper and producer Anderson .Paak will release his sophomore LP under this name on January 15. “Malibu”, that will be released via Steel Wool, OBE, Art Club and EMPIRE, will feature the two first singles: “The Season/Carry Me” and “Am I Wrong”, but also the most recent one “Room In Here” which gives some room to the singer Sonyae Elise and the rapper The Game.

She-Devils – Where There’s No One

We’ve been in love with the sound of the Montreal based duo She-Devils after the release of their debut track “Come. Now they have shared a new track “Where There’s No One” announcing their first EP

Tobi Lou – Game Ova


Produced by YOG$, LOTSO and Tobi Lou himself, here is another R’n’chill gem “Game Ova”. Contrary to his two previous tracks, which were happier, Tobi Lou sings here about a breakup. This is also an opportunity for him to unveil another side of his universe. And good news: “Game Ova” is available for free!

Su Na – Blood (feat. Alo Lee)

Minneapolis producer Su Na released a new track called “Blood” featuring R&B artist Alo Lee teaming up for another amazing R&B track, warming us up in this cold winter weather

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HighClouds: Best Tracks Of 2015

HighClouds present their 100 best tracks of 2015. Whether you like it or not, it’s that time of the year

Chantal Acda – The Sparkle In Our Flaws (HighClouds Live Session)

Recently, we met an amazing artist, a self-taught singer songwriter, who dazzled us with her simplicity, her authenticity and the strenghts of her emotions. Chantal Acda kindly accepted to perform a live session for us and she sang and played the title track from her last album “The Sparkle In Our Flaws”. Watch her live rendition in this post.

David Bowie – Lazarus

Icon David Bowie shared a new song coming from his forthcoming album “Blackstar” or “★” due to be released January 8 via RCA Records. He started teasing “Lazarus” a few days ago, now we have the full version

Miss Red – Murder


Despise cultural appropriation all you want, priggish liberals: sometimes it’s just too good to resist. Of all places, would you ever imagine Israel as a fertile hotspot for reggae and dancehall? Well, it is. And one of its MCs will blow your mind.