Pras: "His Creole is similar to Jackie Chan's English — no disrespect to Jackie Chan."
M.I.A.'s "Galang" came out in 2003, pianist Vijay Iyer's "Galang" cover came out in 2009, and now, in 2010, they are one.
The "nostalgic song captures that moment of excitement when a little boy gets a new pair of sneakers," explains 'Spin.'
Three free mixtapes, actually, featuring a decade of Beatz-ified songs.
Pretty good, no?
Complete with a Norman Mailer name-drop.
"We made it more intense and faster to fit our eccentric percussionists."
They ask for a "Like" and a "Share" on Facebook.
A pretty new song from the up-and-coming indie musician.
Also Isobel Campbell, Zola Jesus, High Places, and a dozen more.
It's doofily catchy enough to take off.
One features Kanye.
Featuring Spank Rock and Kyle Falconer.
Delilah — she'll cut off your dreadlocks while you sleep.
The song gets an electro-dance beat.
It's the title track off the band's forthcoming five-track EP.
Dancers going hard in the middle of a circle — works every time.
The D.C. rapper channels 'Seinfeld' in the title and artwork for his latest mixtape.
It just showed up on iTunes this morning.
All eyes on the eyes.
Aw. A sweetly croony song from the Swedish indie popper.
Produced by Pixies front man Frank Black!
It's the first song to surface off Mr. Hot in Herre's 'Nelly 5.0.'