Posts Tagged ‘ party ’

Marina and the Diamonds

Marina Lambrini Diamandis, better known as Marina and the Diamonds, is a Greek singer/songwriter based in the UK. Her stage name comes, not from any backing band, but from a literal translation of her last name. She has a style that can be best described as New Wave indie pop.

Take a listen to this song from her debut studio album, The Family Jewels:

 

I Am Not A Robot

 

And then, listen to this Passion Pit remix. Pretty sick, right?

 

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Donnis

Donnis is an up and coming rapper out of Atlanta Georgia who released his first mixtape in 2009.  His sound is made for the party scene, with catchy synths and lyrics based on the fast life.  His voice is comparable to B.O.B. but his content and lyrical style is in it’s own genre.

Gone

This song is made for the all nighters.  Play this track on the drive to a party and you’ll have the perfect balance of rager mentality mixed with the right balance of the chilled attitude.  Clever punchlines and a hook that describes most Saturday nights makes this song essential to the party playlist.

Underdog

Underdog displays the quick lyrical ability that he can bring.  The instrumentals seem throwback to an old school style of sampling makes the song sound like it could be a classic.


Chiddy Bang and K os: Cool New Songs

We cannot legally give you links to download these songs. However, if your worth your weight, there are plenty of places to get these for free, but if you really like them, buy them off iTunes.

The Love Song —K os

I guess Canada is good for something, this rapper/producer out of Toronto uses a variety of genres from rap to reggae to convey his lyrically based music.  K os (pronounced chaos) focuses on a positive message and frequently criticizes mainstream hip hop for being too centered on money and violence.
Here We Go —Chiddy Bang
These rising stars from Philly rely on sampling and unique electronic based instrumentals provided by Noah “Xaphoon Jones” Beresin coupled with quick and clever wordplay from Chidera “Chiddy” Anamege.  The two met at Drexel University and have been jamming ever since.  Check out “Chiddy Bang: The Preview” for more.
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