Love Artist Ltd. aka Claridge + Lilius - Brush And Lens, 2013 A collaboration between Painter Simon Claridge (Scottish, b. 1980, Edinburgh, Scotland) and Photographer Marc Lilius (Finnish, b. 1976, Helsinki, Finland). Painting, Photography
YODELS LOUDLY This is a collaboration I did with Kiwi (aka giant EGG totally check her art she has some quality SHIT 25/10 would recommend her art is the bomb diggity) who did the marvelous paint job and I contributed with the line art :^)
Sorry this is so late but yesterday was crazy and by the time I got home I was too exhausted to put this together. But here we go, a list of P Stump collabs. I’m only including recorded tracks that he provided vocals for, not live performances or songs he’s written/co-written, produced, or remixed:
504 Plan, “Breathing Deep” The CAB, “Bounce” The CAB, “I’m a Wonder” The CAB, “One of Those Nights” Claude Kelly, “Feet Don’t Fail” Cobra Starship, almost everything on “Viva La Cobra” Cobra Starship, “You’re Not In On the Joke” Coca-Cola, “Open Happiness” (With Brendon Urie, Travie McCoy, Cee Lo, and Janelle Monae) Damnation A.D., “If You Could Remember” Gym Class Heroes, “Blinded By the Sun” Gym Class Heroes, “Clothes Off” Gym Class Heroes, “Cupid’s Chokehold” The Hush Sound, “Don’t Wake Me Up” The Kill Pill, “Outside These City Walls” Knockout, “Searching For Solid Ground” Kristeen Young, “That’s What It Takes Dear” Krewella, “Dancing With the Devil” Misery Signals, “One Day I’ll Stay Home” Motion City Soundtrack, “Everything Is Alright” Murs, “Bummed Out Blues” New Found Glory, “King of Wishful Thinking” October Fall, “Second Chances” Robert Glasper, “I Stand Alone” The Roots, “Birthday Gal” Steve Aoki, “Back to Earth” Timbaland, “One and Only” Transit, “All Your Heart” Tyga, “Don’t Regret It Now” Tyga, “Est. (80s Baby)” Weekend Nachos, “Jock Powerviolence” XV, “The Last Hero”
If anyone can think of any I’m missing, let me know.
The rapper, songwriter and producer Jermaine Lamarr Cole (above, left), 30, who is better known as J. Cole, spoke with Pulse about his collaboration with the Swiss luxury brand Bally for its fall 2015 collection.
Why did you decide to work with Bally’s head designer, Pablo Coppola, on a hiking boot and a backpack specifically?
As I’m getting older, I’m learning more about what my true style actually is. Becoming more confident in what I like. And I love simplicity and comfort. Comfort is king. I feel at home in a pair of comfortable boots, and I always have a backpack with me. I keep my life in my backpack. Current books I’m reading, my notebook with all my rhymes written inside and my laptop that holds all the music I’m working on.
For the introduction you traveled to Jamaica to film a video with Bally. How was the experience?
While I was visiting the Bally office in London, I noticed a black-and-white picture of Bob Marley wearing a pair of Bally boots. I was impressed with the heritage of the company and how many people and places they’ve touched that I had no clue about. Jamaica was already one of my favorite places to spend time, but filming there was a way to pay homage both to Bob and to the brand’s legacy.
When musicians team up to do a song together, fanbases alike go NUTS. The anticipation of how this song and video will turn out cause hysteria. Over the years, I have seen some of the best bands in the scene produce songs that became hits. Collaborations can just be so great. Here are some of the best collabs I’ve seen.
King For A Day- Pierce the Veil featuring Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens
Miles Away- Memphis May Fire featuring Kellin Quinn from Sleeping with Sirens
We’ll Be a Dream- We The Kings featuring Demi Lovato
Bite My Tongue- You Me At Six featuring Oli Sykes from Bring Me the Horizon
Kiss Me Again- We Are the In Crowd featuring Alex Gaskarth from All Time Low
Somebody to You- The Vamps featuring Demi Lovato
Bye Bye Bye (cover)- Our Last Night featuring Cody Carson from Set It Off
Two Is Better than One- Boys Like Girls featuring Taylor Swift
A Love Like War- All Time Low featuring Vic Fuentes from Pierce the Veil
Poet/performer/muisician Saul Williams has a new album called MartyrLoserKing coming out in July via FADER Label. It includes the single “Burundi” which features Warpaint’s Emily Kokal. The track, and the album as a whole, was produced by Justin Warfield.
Williams said of the song:
“Burundi is one of the 1st songs I recorded for MartyrLoserKing. I initially recorded it in Paris after returning from a month of travel thru Senegal, Swaziland & South Africa. I focused on Burundi as I was studying the coltan trade & black market networks. Also because of the role of the drum/tambour in Burundi & how those drums became the backbeat for new wave… Adam Ant etc. I’m a huge Warpaint fan. Justin [Warfield] mentioned that he knew Em when I was playing him my demoes and I asked him to invite her to the studio. From there, she just sang along”.