G-Dragon to be featured in upcoming Bauuer debut album ‘Aa’!
The long awaited debut album from Baauer is available for Pre-Order now.
Aa (pronounced ‘double a’) is a record that could only be made by a kid born of New York inspired by rap and dance music culture, traveling the globe sampling and processing found-sounds. This is bright, urban dance music from the 26-year-old Portuguese New Yorker (via London and Philadelphia) known as Harry Rodrigues who has created an inimitable Baauer-specific universe with the 13-track Aa will also feature appearances from K-pop star G-Dragon, U.K. vocalist Tirzah and Baltimore rapper TT The Artist as well as M.I.A., Future, Pusha T and Rustie.
Porter Robinson Roars With Remix Of Rustie’s ‘Big Catzz’
Anyone who has ever been to one of Porter Robinson’s live shows knows that the Worlds creator brings something special to each and every performance. Fresh off his #2 spot on our Top 15 Future Bass Tracks Of 2015 list, PR debuts a brand new live edit of Rustie’sBig Catzz, and if the original was a tiger, then this is a lion.
While we won’t be seeing Rustie play this live any time soon while he takes some time off, Porter does the heavy bass don justice with a soaring, swelling remix that explodes with bright, melodic synths and bursts of impossible-to-resist emotion. Couple that with the visual onslaught that is his live show and you have a recipe for something special.
No news of an official release yet, but you can listen to the song up above. As well, check out an astonishing fan-made video made my Nickster2230 down below.
Warning: This video features flashing lights that have been known to trigger seizures in people with existing epilepsy.
1. Mr. Carmack - Spring Shit Ft. Jacuzzi 2. DMNDZ - LXVE 3. RL Grime & What So Not - Tell Me
4. Young Jeezy ft. Bun B - Trap Or Die
5. RL Grime ft. Djemba Djemba - Valhalla
6. BIG SEAN - ALL YOUR FAULT (FEAT. KANYE WEST) Snippet
7. Far East Movement, Sidney Samson - Bang It To The Curb
8. RL Grime - Kingpin (feat. Big Sean)
9. O.T. Genasis – CoCo pt.2 f. Meek Mill & Jeezy
10. Drake - Runnin’ Thru Da 6ix *Snippet
11. J. Cole - Apparently
12. Rustie - Attak ft. Danny Brown
The latest killer remix of Jack Ü’s Justin Bieber featuring Where Are Ü Now, which seem to arise without end, comes from much respected and admired Scottish producer Rustie. As expected, Rustie’s face melting expertise comes out full swing on the frenetic, skittish remix. It fidgets and bounces, then snaps and crackles, in the most dizzying, lively way possible. Rustie’s remix is simply spectacular.