I’ve been a fan of Macklemore since way back but seeing him live this past weekend made me a true believer in his movement. He’s been through quite the struggle and it’s nice to see that he’s finally getting the credit he deserves. Can’t Hold Us got him his first radio appearance, which in my mind was way over due. This man’s a poet and sounds great over Ryan Lewis’ organic production. Check him out.
Hi, everybody! Welcome to YOUR DAILY DOSE: MUSIC IS MEDICINE. We’d like to take a second to thank everyone for showing their support and visiting the page. Hopefully, after scrolling through our past pages and updating yourselves on all of the music we posted to legitimize the site over the last few months, you will feel motivated to continually check our site for new and, more importantly, high quality music.
As soundcloud’s basic package offers a very limited amount of minutes, we strongly emphasize going through our past pages and downloading the songs that seem appealing to you, as we will be progressively removing some of those older songs to make room for the newer ones.
We’d like to start you off with a DOUBLE DOSE. One of them is a bit of an oldie but still an absolutely fire song in Wings by Macklemore X Ryan Lewis. The song underscores the materialistic consumer driven aspect of American culture, with particular attention paid to Nike shoes. The other is the highly highly highly anticipated new mixtape by The Weeknd, Thursday.
Macklemore X Ryan Lewis, Wings:
The Weeknd, Thursday:
You think that the Blue Scholars and Macklmore are the only hot acts from the northwest? Think again! Sol is another soulful emcee from Seattle who will soon release yet another free project called Dear Friends Vol. III. This Shit features a smooth sample that gets you bobbing your head. The songs basically about his love for music/life as an artist and is no doubt meant to be listened to with the top down and volume up. #stratecruisin. You can cop his mixtape on his website on July 19th.