THE TOYES – Smoke Two Joints (Kenna Bootleg) | DnB remix

“Smoke Two Joints” is a song originally written by The Toyes, who performed it in traditional reggae style and released it in 1983. According to The Toyes, “one fine fall day on a small island” of Oahu in Hawaii, two of the band members, Mawg and Sky, were sitting under a large banyan tree on… Continue lendo THE TOYES – Smoke Two Joints (Kenna Bootleg) | DnB remix


BEASTIE BOYS – Triple Trouble (2004)

"Triple Trouble" is a song by the American hip hop group Beastie Boys, released as the second single from their sixth studio album To the 5 Boroughs (2004). It heavily samples "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang, and interpolates lyrics from "Double Trouble at the Amphitheatre" by Double Trouble. Kicking lyrics right to your… Continue lendo BEASTIE BOYS – Triple Trouble (2004)

THE CARETAKER – An Empty Bliss Beyond This World [fvll albvm] (2011)

The Caretaker was a long-running project by English ambient musician Leyland James Kirby (born 9 May 1974). His work as The Caretaker is characterized as exploring memory and its gradual deterioration, nostalgia, and melancholia. The project was inspired by the haunted ballroom scene in the 1980 film The Shining. His first several releases comprised treated… Continue lendo THE CARETAKER – An Empty Bliss Beyond This World [fvll albvm] (2011)

DUSTIN BALLARD – A song made entirely from artists singing “Yeah” (and some “No”) | There I Ruined It

He lovingly destroys your favorite songs. Formed from the depths of musical boredom during the pandemic, There I Ruined It is the personal project of musician Dustin Ballard. With the simple goal of ruining as many beloved songs as possible before it’s banned from the Internet, There I Ruined It has left a wake of… Continue lendo DUSTIN BALLARD – A song made entirely from artists singing “Yeah” (and some “No”) | There I Ruined It

THE KIFFNESS – Na Miolakolaka Ho Aiza Ianao (The Kiffness Live Looping Remix)

Zaza Kanto means "magnificent child" in Malagasy, the language of Madagascar.  It is also the name given to a group of eight boys in Antananarivo, the capital city of Madagascar.  They make their living by singing for small change in the streets. Original Video here : Donate to Zaza Kanto here:


BaianaSystem is a musical project initiated in 2009, in the city of Salvador, Brazil, aiming to experiment with new esthetic approaches to the guitarra baiana, which is commonly linked to the culture of trios elétricos (parade trucks) and their traditional axé music, soundtrack to the street carnival of Salvador. The project concept is to use… Continue lendo BAIANASYSTEM, TROPKILLAZ, DOG MURRAS, VANDAL – A Mosca

SNOOP DOGG – Crip Ya Enthusiasm

Snoop Dogg hits the metaverse with new music video “Crip Ya Enthusiasm”, a parody of Larry David's Curb your Enthusiasm (HBO). A Snoop song called “Crip Your Enthusiasm” is the cultural mashup you didn't know you needed... [+] Another episode of a Doggy Dogg tale, you know me wellYou know I'm coming by the… Continue lendo SNOOP DOGG – Crip Ya Enthusiasm

COOLIO – Gangsta’s Paradise

"Gangsta's Paradise" is the highest-charting single by American rapper Coolio. Interpolating Stevie Wonder's 1976 song "Pastime Paradise", and featuring American singer L.V., the single was released on August 1, 1995, and ten days later it was heard in the film Dangerous Minds. Certified Platinum in October, the song was included on Coolio's second album Gangsta's… Continue lendo COOLIO – Gangsta’s Paradise


Yes, we can! "Can I Kick It?" is a 1990 song by American hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest, released as the third single from their debut album, People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm (1990). The song, which has a call and response chorus, was recorded in 1989, when the band members… Continue lendo A TRIBE CALLED QUEST – Can I Kick It?