Fresh off the premieres of two songs last week - "About It" via Pigeons & Planes, and "Overdue" via Earmilk - the Sacramento sibling producer and artist duo Blaq Tuxedo are previewing their new mixtape, "Tap In", in it's entirety over at HotNewHipHop.com. The 11-song project features production by Blaq Tuxedo, DZL and No Data. You'll see it pop up on all streaming services tomorrow, April 7th.
SonReal revealed his new single "So Far" today, available via all streaming services. It's the first new music in over 6 months - time spent touring and writing for his forthcoming album.
"More new music to come. This is just the beginning" he remarked in a Facebook post promoting the single's release today.
SonReal also included the track in his revamped "I AM SONREAL" playlist on Spotify. Give it a spin, and stay tuned for more new music coming very soon.
WayHome Music & Arts Festival announced another batch of artists for this year's festival, including our very own Clairmont The Second. You can catch him on the Sunday alongside the likes of Frank Ocean, Banks, Charles Bradley, Daniel Caesar and Harrison Brome amongst others.
You can grab your tickets now. WayHome takes place July 28th-30th in Oro Medonte Ontario. The full lineup is in the image below.
Sacramento sibling duo Dominique and Darius Logan, aka Blaq Tuxedo announced the release of their new mixtape "Tap In" on April 7th via Empire. Having recent writing and production credits with Ty Dolla $ign and Chris Brown, this is Blaq Tuxedo's first artist release since "Lit". Follow them on Instagram and Twitter for more. The Black Box management clients premiered two new tracks today:
The trappy "About It" exclusively via Pigeons & Planes:
and the more r&b influenced track "Over Due" on Earmilk:
Clairmont The Second visited the House of Strombo a couple of weeks ago to perform a couple of tracks, and discuss music, family, religion, the Toronto sound, his "Quest For Milk and Honey" project and more. It's a great listen. Give it a spin here, the interview starts at 2:21:30.
Thanks to Strombo and his team for the opportunity. And thanks to Vanessa Heins for the amazing photos.