New Music You Should Know About: Zak Downtown, Klooney, A2Z, Fame or Juliet, Stereoshock, and More

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Fame or Juliet – No Tears

This track is powerful in its simplicity. The beat feels like it could be a stripped down interlude in “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” and the track bears the heavy mark of influences like Kanye, Jay-Z, Common, and Nas.

Rihanna – Where Have You Been (Missy Modell feat. Danny Olson) Remix

Missy Modell and Danny Olson collaborate for a sick remix of Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been”.

Stereoshock – Feeling That Melody

Stereoshock went for a big room edit that sounded like it had as little editing as possible. He delivers with this sick house track. You’ll have trouble keeping the speedometer down when you ride with this one.

The Drop (Podcast)

For those who can’t get enough of EDM: each episode of this podcast features an hour of a sick range of progressive, electro, and dubstep tracks plus a guest mix each week.

Bramzwig – Puzzling Thing

We featured Bramzwig in this column back in April for his song “So Nice”. Now he’s back again with a new visual and track for “Puzzling Thing”.

Zak Downtown – One For The Books

Wake up Saturday morning still drunk? This dude did too… this hip hop track is the party banger you need to have a great night you won’t remember.

Klooney – Never Grow Up

This new visual from Klooney features modern sounds that follow an old school rap formula.

GRiZ – You Got To Change

This hip hop/funk/soul/electro song has a great laid back summer beach vibe. Go get tan and sip something cold.

Dante Ck- Smoker Girl (+ Kelsey)

Dante Ck drops a chill weed anthem on par with some early Wiz odes to the herb. Roll one and kick back with this track.

A2Z – Fresh Rhymes

The beat on this track has an old school 90’s hip hop feel, and A2Z cites Big L as a huge influence in his music.

I B – Wrestling With Love

For the wrestling fans – this hip hop track incorporates 98 different wrestlers.

Cugine Studios – Surreal Cereal

Think Lonely Island and appreciate the clever yet ridiculous concept of this video.

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