Drake's "Hotline Bling" has been a staple of late night chill sessions from Toronto to Tahiti ever since he premiered in July on the second episode of OVO Sound Radio.
Disclosure is getting ready to release their sophomore album, Caracal, a follow-up to the widely-praised debut Settle.
It's only been around for just over a month, but Apple Music has already become inescapable. Unlike its competitor, Tidal, it hasn't annoyed users as much with its use of "exclusives" -- but then again, we're still in the middle of a three month free trial.
Disclosure's invasion of top 40 radio didn't happen immediately, but they've broken the seal, meaning even recreating classic vocal house with a jazz singer may turn into a hit. "Holding On" does just that, recruiting Gregory Porter for the occasion.
Bishop Nehru is one of the young guns coming up in the hip-hop world. With enough respect to have a collaboration project with MF Doom, a tour with Wu-Tang Clan and airtime on Hot 97, it's safe to say that he is in a position to blow up.
With his mixtape The God Complex (released earlier this year), DC native GoldLink showed that was more than capable of seamlessly welding together sounds from hip-hop and electronic music, hitting the sweet spot in a demographic that encompasses people who l
Flume is one of the most exciting figures in dance-music culture, and it isn't even because he wants to be there. The Australian producer has carved his niche in the beat scene by making tunes big enough to get main stage approval.
About a month ago, Mary J. Blige unveiled "Right Now," a Disclosure-produced gem from her upcoming album, The London Sessions. Now the R&B vet has released a video for the track, which you can watch above.
In January of this year, UK dance duo Disclosure and Mary J. Blige teamed up for a track that would end up leading to more collabs between them.
Mary J. Blige Announces New Album "The London Sessions" [Update: Tracklist & Artwork Revealed] Sep 23, 2014 at 01:19am
Last fall, UK dance duo Disclosure released a brand new version of their track "F For You" that featured none other than Mary J. Blige.
Well here’s another rare, yet dope collab we didn’t see coming.
The Queen is back! Mary J. Blige just dished out a lot of new information about her upcoming album The London Sessions, which will be her first since 2011's My Life II...The Journey Continues (Act I).