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Visuals for the new single “Upp” from Icelandic rapper GKR (drops today November 15th via Mad Decent).

“The song is about success – getting paid for doing what you love, pushing to the top and not allowing the jealous types to bring you down. It’s honest, and hopefully relatable to others that are on their own journey to become something. Also it’s just a good anthem for all my haters.”

Born in the Dominican Republic and more recently cut from the bubbling Los Angeles circuit, Jarina De Marco is more than ready to step up as leading lady. Produced by genre defying duo GTA, who the rising artist donned her vocal chops for on “True Romance,” latest solo moment “STFU” oozes the attitude and eccentric electronic energy we have come to expect from De Marco and newfound label mates Mad Decent. As an outspoken newcomer providing seriously powerful solo material, we can’t help but feel Jarina De Marco is an essential addition to the Mad Decent family.

New York-based RnB artist GETOVERHER’s debut album “BLACKWATCHSAD” came out late 2016 to much acclaim and featured production work from MNTN, Kingdom (Fade To Mind), Neana (Night Slugs) & Snappy Jit (Mad Decent). The album is available to stream and download below.

Feadz of Ed Banger Records and Rinse FM France fame heats up the single track “Hoop Nose Ring”, one of the standout tracks of the album, with an awesome sounding and thumping club ready remix.

GETOVERHER – Hoop Nose Ring ft. Snappy Jit & KAR (prod. MNTN) from Ege Soyuer on Vimeo.

Slick Shoota is the moniker of Oslo based Marius Mevold who is an offical member of Teklife and prominent member of the nightlife scene in Oslo with his hyped club night Ball Em Up, he’s been putting out energetic and fast paced club hybrid music for alot of big labels most notably his releases on Mad Decent drawing inspiration from the juke/footwork scene, jungle etc.

This 37 minute long exclusive mixtape for us here at Discobelle packs a perfect punch to wake you up from this mid-January boredom starting out in chopped up baile funk territory before chopping up something alot more recognizable then quickly gathering speed and turning into one helluva ride.