Check out the new video for Zaki Ibrahim’s “Money King,” reworked with a house flair by King Britt. The track is from Zaki’s EP Eclectica (Episodes in Purple), out now through Iqra Music.
Last week we told you about Robyn’s reworked version of “Hang With Me,” and now you can check out the video above, directed by Max Vitali. The track will be on Robyn’s upcoming album Body Talk Pt. 2, slated for release September 7 on Cherrytree.
Check out the slideshow below for pictures of Robyn from last Wednesday’s SVEDKA Vodka Session with DJ Marques Wyatt, and stay tuned for our video interview with Robyn after the LA performance.
Check out the latest visual from The Roots’ How I Got Over, this time for “The Fire,” with John Legend. While the artists don’t appear, director Rik Cordero uses the video to chronicle “a post-apocalyptic death march” and the struggle to find the metaphorical key to survival. If you don’t already have your copy, HIGO is available now through Island Def Jam.
Check out Kid Sister’s latest fun-loving tribute to her hometown of Chicago in the video for “Big N Bad,” directed by Rik Cordero. The track is from her album Ultraviolet, out now through Downtown Records. Watch here for Kid Sister’s take on why Chicago is a unique place to create music.
“Let’s Go Out Tonight” has a backing of funk guitar, horns, and a rolling drumbeat behind Yvette Rovira’s powerful vocals, creating the upbeat dance tune of the album that will start off any night with a burst of energy. The track is a musical and emotional contrast to the rest of the album, which draws on heartfelt, poignant lyrics dealing with love, ambition and social responsibility.
Yvette Rovira – “Let’s Go Out Tonight” [MP3]