X FADERÂ â€“Â â€˜Bekhabarâ€™Â RemixesÂ -Â OUT NOW!!
Following up from his first two singlesÂ X FaderÂ brings you two new pulsating remixes ofÂ â€˜Bekhabarâ€™. The remixes include a Dubstep mix and an Arabian Mix which again showcaseÂ his versatility as a Producer/DJ.
The Dubstep Mix represents a crossover sound, electronica fused in with hook lines of
â€˜Bekhabarâ€™ (sung by Simran and Mai Khalil) but this time with heavy basslines, leads andÂ a hard-hitting Dubstep beat. The mix also includes a build up section featuringÂ X Faderâ€™sÂ own voice. On the other hand, the Arabian Mix has a more organic beat, with raw MiddleÂ Eastern percussion fused into a unique beat and anthemic synth patterns making it perfectÂ to blend smoothly into the latest Club/House Music.
It was a dream come true for Punjabi singer Rob-E when he met with seasoned producer Sunny-G and he agreed to work with him to produce this debut single â€˜Driverâ€™.
Driver is a Bhangra tune with a difference. A real infectious little number, itâ€™ll have you tapping your feet in seconds. Itâ€™s accompanied by a quirky video in which Rob-E ejects Sunny-G from his VW Vanette to make space for a beautiful girl he sees stranded by the side of the road.
Rob-E hails from Bathinda in India and has been singing from the age of six to school friends and relatives. He was inspired, like many others by the folk legends of Punjab including Kuldeep Manak, Gurdas Mann and Chamkila.
In 2006 he was asked to sing in front of the whole school and received great response and some commented that he had a musical future ahead of him.
This led to the singer realising that he had one chance to realise his dream and that to make it he had to go to the UK. With blessings and full support of his family he took the plunge and flew off to London.
Rediculus isn’t missing a beat this year. Fresh off the success of Masters of Conversations: Punchlines and Parables and Big Dutty Deeze: The English Gentleman, Rediculus wastes no time hitting us with something dope and new, Lost Things: The Search for Lost Things.
Aerosoul Limited launches a brand new website with a brand new design! Make sure you check this out!
British streetwear brand Aerosoul has been bridging the worlds of fashion and music for well over a decade. Initially conceived back in 1998, founder Leke Adesoye drew inspiration from the thriving underground music scenes in London to create a brand that has remained synonymous within the UK’s vibrant music culture. Known for their iconic ‘Junglist Movement’ t-shirt that was famously immortalised in the cult-classic film Human Traffic, as well as having the likes of K Koke,
South East London rapper Multiple Skillz has had a great 2012 so far. Kicking off with the superb ‘Epiphany Of Greatness’ mixtape which was hosted by DJ Cage, a driving force in UK Rap and well known for his excellent UK Take Over mixtape series. This release reinforced his place as an ‘emcee to watch’ cementing his place within the UK Rap scene with a string of solid reviews and positive feedback.
After first adapting his skills as a deejay on turntables and CDJ’s, J Fresh started off in the London UK Garage scene. Relocating to the South Coast, predominantly Bournemouth, he began to network and before long had two weekly radio shows on Bournemouth’s leading FM + DAB radio station, Fire Radio. Fresh has networked his way into interviewing and collaborating with some of the biggest names in the world of music.
LORD MUNMEET BROTHER OF SINGER â€˜RAMEEâ€™ Â READY TO RELEASE â€œROKI NAâ€ FT TIGERSTYLE
Glaswegian based singer Munmeet Singh Sandhu aka Lord Munmeet is ready to unleash his professional singing career with single â€œRoki Naâ€ (Donâ€™t Stop Me).
Munmeet had his first taste of fame with his debut album DIL MILDE which he released with his sister, who is now known as â€˜Rameeâ€™ most popularly known for her recent release Ghetto Refix with Mumzy Stranger and Tasha Tah. Their debut music album was produced by Bollywood music producer Atul Sharma and gave him their first taste of success worldwide.
Lord Munmeet may be an unusual name but everyone will find out why this young artist has named himself with Lord in the next few weeks! With his edgy style and supporting a â€œDisco Turlaâ€ Munmeet brings the edgy look to the traditional turban. Being a Sardar, Munmeet says he wants to keep his turban and still be fashionable â€œ My statement look will be a disco Turla, itâ€™s something I thought would stand out from the normal turlaâ€™s. everyone is loving it so farâ€
Money Honey is a motivational track which represents the present day goals and ambitions of India’s youth, where Money Honey is simply a metaphor for these aspirations. It’s quirky, fun and makes you want to hit the dance floor, just like Kimeli.
Singer-songwriter and rap artist Kimeli was born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1993, living in Africa with her family before moving to the UK at the age of six.
Kimeliâ€™s love of music and singing was apparent from childhood, and in London she attended the highly acclaimed Sylvia Young Theatre School from age seven, in conjunction with studies at Putney High School. She played an active role in singing, drama and dance performances at both establishments. At 14 Kimeli independently began to write and record tracks in South Africa, with well-known producers DJ Jazzy D and Big Boi of Brown Suga Entertainment, which received airplay on Highveld radio, Johannesburgâ€™s top hit radio station.