This week, rising Australian producer GXNXVS has chosen to liberate a new remix project, showcasing electronic reinterpretations of a number of recent hit tracks. Upon working with the likes of CVIRO and Vanessa Elisha, the producer here presents the five-track EP in further promo of his own talents. We note GXNXVS going in on Drake’s “Too Much,” Banks’ “Waiting Game,” The Weeknd’s “Wanderlust” and more. To check out the Lately EP, simply see below.
In support of his recent underCOVERS EP release, rising Toronto singer-songwriter/producer Nick Nikon is back to deliver a set of aesthetics for one of the project cuts. The compilation showcased revamped covers of three classic tracks, as here Nick has chosen to focus in on Ja Rule’s “Put It On Me” record. This isn’t your average hip-hop cover, though. Nikon goes with reworked electronic-style production and rewritten lyrics to award with an EDM/R&B-type vibe. Throughout the clip you will see the artist recording and performing the reinterpretation.
Today Toronto singer-songwriter/producer Nick Nikon is back to deliver a new compact project, featuring three notable covers. The underCOVERS EP showcases revamped production from Nikon (as well as Eric Dingus on “Put It On Me”) and also new vocals from the versatile musician. Nick has chosen to rework Ja Rule’s “Put It On Me,” Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe,” and Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River.” Yeah, these are all impressive. Be sure to stream each below and then hit us with your fave.
Today, buzzing Texas producer Eric Dingus is proud to officially announce the formation of his Dream Sequence Records imprint. Comprised of a couple of fellow Austin, TX artists, Eric and company are commemorating the announcement by releasing an EP, DSR: 01, featuring each act. All production comes courtesy of Dingus, as you can now enjoy the seven-track effort via the stream below. If you’re really into it, be sure to head here to snag a download. Also, be on the lookout for more projects between Eric and a few high-profile hip-hop acts in the near future.
Today, rising singer-songwriter/producer Nick Nikon has dropped off his debut music video. The Zac Facts-directed clip showcases a pair of original tracks by the Toronto artist, “Mr. Nice Guy” and “Vengeance.” The coinciding footage stars Nick himself, featuring a split look as he is chasing after his love interest. The somewhat lengthy yet highly-entertaining aesthetic details the struggle of being the nice guy as well as the one looking for vengeance, all culminating to a meeting with some less-than-humane individuals. What will happen between Nikon and his lady? You’ll have to press play above to find out.