Promnite Feat. Denzel Curry, Nell, JK The Reaper, Twelve'len & Mr. Carmack
Promnite's new single "Gunsmoke" draws on the talents of South Floridians Denzel Curry, Nell, and Twelve'len, North Carolinian J.K. the Reaper, and Honolulu producer Mr. Carmack to shed light on what it means to live in America in 2016.
Yesterday, talented Florida rapper Denzel Curry dropped off a brief freestyle called "2055 Freestyle," produced by Mr. Carmack, who is one of these versatile electronic producers like Kaytranada and Sango who are low-key slipping fire beats towards their favorite rappers. Here he layers some sort of tribal chant over trappy drums and counteracts the harshness with some smooth, ATCQ-style chords.
Kehlani & Mr. Carmack
Since it began a few years ago, Adidas and Yours Truly's "Songs From Scratch" series has brought together artists from different corners of the music world, plopped them in a studio together, and then released the resulting tracks. Usually, they're pretty great. Following Fetty Wap, Dubbel Dutch and Baauer's fantastic "Promises," here's Kehlani and Mr. Carmack's "All In."
After Sango hit us with "Just, Hold On For A Second," in celebration of hitting 100k followers on Soundcloud, he's back again today to make your Monday morning a little better. Sango isn't usually too turnt up, this is probably the most turnt he'll get. He mixes together Mr. Carmack's "Black Birds" and Kaytranada's "Killa Cats" for something extra special on "I Won" (or "I1"). Not to mention some cold Gucci samples. Can you fuck with it?
World Of FYÜTCH
We've been slowly introducing you to the world of FYUTCH, once a Heatseeker winner, and now a rapper to watch on the come-up. As he readies a mixtape, SoundCloud Sessions Vol. 2, he's been generous with the leaks. On Sunday he dropped off "Free Baby" with production from Mr. Carmack, who returns to produce "World Of FYUTCH" alongside a personal favorite, Sango.
Fyutch Just released his Soundcloud Sessions Vol. 2 project yesterday, and one of the early highlights from the project comes with the summery, but contemplative track, "Free Baby". Fyutch greets the warm synths provided by Mr. Carmack with thoughts about work ethic, anxiety, and self medication, adding a little more dimension to an otherwise classic summer cruising jam.