To commemorate the death of the legendary singer Prince, The Game and Lorine Chia get together in this new tribute song “Rest In Purple”. In addition to “Rest In Purple”, The Game and Lorine dropped another collaboration earlier this week featuring Wiz! You can stream both new songs below.
The Game ft. Lorine Chia – “Rest In Purple”
The Game ft. Lorine Chia & Wiz Khalifa – “2 Blunts”
With a new Chance tape dropping this month, Mattitude releases this new surprise Chance The Rapper mixtape Chance Raps. Featuring works from all of Chance’s major projects to date, Chance Raps is full of the Chicago artists’ biggest songs, as well as rare interview clips and material that even Chance’s biggest fans haven’t heard! Stream this project below exclusively on Leak Jones.
“As Nina Simone once said it is our duty as artists to reflect the times. I saw the “State of Grace” video by Talib Kwali and instantly got inspired. I knew Dreambear was the team to help me with this one. Dani is an such amazing artist. I wanted to showcase our present times. I live in constant fear that I or someone close to me could be the next victim of police brutality or racial profiling and all I want to do is just live.”
Video Directed by Lorine Chia & Daniel Cordero
Production Company: Dreambear (www.dreambear.org)
Animator: Daniel Cordero
The Midwest is a welcome place to find a plethora of soul and depth and today we get a new one from a pair of Clevelanders in Joey Sap and Lorine Chia who debut their latest release, “My Own.” The track preludes the former’s upcoming Intervention release due out on June 26. It’s sort of indie-leaning R&B with Hip-Hop intonations that benefits well here from Chia’s distinctive vocals that have made her a favorite for a minute now.
In talking about the track, Sap said, “The only motivation is you. ‘My Own’ was produced and created because of the need to capture emotion and could only be done through music. A loss of a good friend was the root to the creation of ‘My Own’ and the mixtape it’s featured on, Intervention.”
It’s a depth-defying look inwards that moves along nicely with the off-hand production that’s mixes in meandering notes with quick-witted samples to create a sort of state of confusion throughout. Interesting single from a new face on the scene in Joey Sap. Check out the track in its entirety below.
Aside from the new Post Malone track, this is what I will have on repeat for the next week! Lorine Chia re-released her project Purple Skies and Blue Rain about a month ago, and besides that it’s been awhile since we have heard a new original track from her. The wait was worth it!! “Feeling Like I’ve Been Wrong” can be streamed below, and if you decide not to listen you’re making a huge mistake!
Lorine Chia releases a new 11 track mixtape entitled Purple Skies & Blue Rain. The project features artists Little Dragon, SBTRKT, and production credits from Ratatat, the same producer from Kid Cudi’s“Pursuit of Happiness” and “Love”. Lorine explains many of the tracks were originally recorded back in 2011, but the project was never officially released as a whole until now. Purple Skies & Blue Rain is her latest mixtape release since her Naked Truths album, which dropped in 2013. You can stream the full project on Soundcloud below.
Tag team producers Blend Babies have dropped a unreleased track made by The Cool Kids and Ohio’s very own Lorine Chia titled “On My Own.” Listen to this heat below and hopefully your winter warms up a little.
Singer Lorine Chia releases a new track today “Let Me Fly” which features production from Rami Beatz. Peep the dope artwork by Cleveland artist Aaron Williams, owner of ADHDA. Listen to Lorine’s newest song below!
Cleveland, Ohio home of the most famous and noteworthy hip-hop group of all time Bone Thugs N Harmony may just have another group taking center stage. With the release of their latest album Aurora Borealis the young trio looks to make their mark on the national scene, just as the legends before them. The album is entirely self produced by the three members and has one two features from outside the group with, Lorine Chia and MC. Do these young artists have what it takes to propel themselves to the national platform?