IAMSU! released this short seven track EP two days ago and I’ve been really resonating with this accentuated West Coast club sound he’s been adding to his projects. While I’ll say this probably isn’t IAMSU!’ most thought-out or meaningful record but who doesn’t want to have a little fun here and there? & if you’re looking for fun, then you found the right project. Within these seven tracks you’ll find plenty to drink, dance, twerk, sing, smoke, and/or do a sort of drunken shimmy too. Either way this project is stocked with some of the most euphonic sounds I’ve heard engineered this year coming from IAMSU himself as well as his HBK cohort Jay Ant, P-Lo, C4, & DJ Mustard. Apart from IAMSU! holding down as per usual you also get a killer feature from Tyga on “Hella Good”, and Jay Ant on “Bandz”. Hit the play button, cop the free download, and make sure to show some love to IAMSU! via twitter/soundlcloud. Also if you’d like to check out an Heart Break Gang performance live make sure to catch IAMSU! out on his #EYESONME tour this March.
“She Wit It” is another ATL gem released this week by Rich The Kid, this time deciding to bless the club scene rather than feed the streets. The KE on the Beat produced instrumental finds it’s center around the bass and claps, and you can feel the energy flow through you as the synth bounces off the bass. Immediately after the beat starts to roll through your ears, Rich’s chant-centered flow takes things to the next level triumphantly shouting an incredibly infectious chorus. After a decent verse from Rich you get a brief, yet smooth verse from the Bay’s IAmSu! whom made quite the name for himself in 2014. Hit that play button, cop the free download, and make sure to show some love to Rich The Kid on soundcloud if you haven’t already.
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Although he wasn’t able to drop a remix every week like we anticipated, Chris makes up for it with his crisp ambient production over iamsu’s ‘Only That Real’. The way his production encompasses the original track so perfectly; lining up seamlessly with the three heavy ball-out verses, makes you wonder why Chris isn’t the one making beats for these artists. His signature heavy synth that we heard on his Show Me rendition is back in action, cop this free new Chris Rishard remix and stay tuned for more real shit next week.