Quadron's self-titled debut is now available for purchase on iTunes, and Spinner/AOL is hosting a listening party for you to preview the Danish duo's full album. Stream it here. Earlier we posted the video for "Pressure" with a mp3 download: grab it here. After the jump, watch the unofficial video for "Slippin."
After so many teasers, Reflection Eternal, the duo of Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek, is really back on the scene; they've now premiered their second video, "Strangers ft. Bun B." Thanks to Okayplayer for the video, and check the previous video, "In This World," here. Look out for the upcoming full length, Revolutions Per Minute ... soon.
Stones Throw renaissance man Aloe Blacc has a new release on iTunes with two singles from his new album, including "Take Me Back." The forthcoming album is called Good Things, and will be produced by Truth & Soul with backing from Expressions and El Michels Affair.
Aloe Blacc - "I Need A Dollar" [mp3]
It's also the theme song for that show you've beeing seeing ads for everywhere, How to Make it in America. Check out the debut:
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Mr Day is known as the singer of French jazz combo Metropolitan Jazz Affair and The Dynamics, plus a frequent featured vocalist for artists like Boozoo Bajou, Patchworks and Mr. President. "Tears of Joy" sounds like The Who playing in homage to Smokey Robinson. That’s the direction Mr Day has taken for his much-anticipated solo album, Small Fry, a record full of pure soul music from suave to edgy and raw, but always with the elegance Mr Day carries so uniquely, making him the most British of dandies on French soil.