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Thirty-minutes of pure rap bliss from three of sessions held in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and New York. The Rap Monument features white-hot beats coproduced by Hudson Mohawke, Nick Hook and S-Type. This epic beat was then rapped over by the likes of Push T, Action Bronson, Young Thug, Danny Brown, Raekwon, Prodigy and many more. Sit back and enjoy.


“DRNUK” is the ambient new track from Philly producer Louis Futon. The track features vocal snippets from Drake x P Reign’s “DnF” on top of a trap-inspired beat. Be on the lookout for more from Louis as he’s set to release a self-titled EP in January of 2015.


Sporadic yet powerful percussion is the cornerstone of the music from rising LA producer Karman. The 20-year-old’s first release came late last year in the form of a self-released 8-track EP that lead to production credits on recent releases from rappers such as Squadda B and Little Pain.

Karman now focuses attention back on his own original material, this week sharing two new tracks “Screens” and “Eaux.” Through the combined use of nostalgic synth work, languishing vocals and frenetic percussion, Karman distorts the “misery of loneliness in the internet age and gives it rhythmic optimism.”

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PINEO & LOEB are two up-and-coming producers hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia. The combination of their names reminds me of Phineas and Ferb but that’s beside the point. Today they bring us a remix of Wolf Saga and LYON’s cover of The Strokes’ “Y.O.L.O” that sounds closer to an original single than a remix and we’re impressed. Together, PINEO & LOEB recorded live guitar and samples over Wolf Saga and LYON’s cover to create an R&B influenced track that sounds like it’s from the future.


Obviously, the holidays are here, as producers are coming out of the woodworks with gifts and generous offerings to treat your ears and help you dance off all the holiday meals. In true fashion, MSCLS graces us with a fab lil remix of Huxley’s ‘Callin’ and boy, does it hit the mark. Picking up where the original left off and amping up the funkier qualities, MSCLS wraps up an impressive first year in fine form.

And if you’re in the mode to support the MSCLS Man further, you can cop a dope lil MSCLS long-sleeves HERE and the man’s new producer sample pack HERE. Peep the tee below –>