British artist Jessie Ware faced that exact dilemma with her song “110%,” which originally used the line “carving my initials on your forehead” from Big Pun’s “The Dream Shatterer.” Continue reading “Video: Jessie Ware – “Sweet Talk””
I’m not a particular fan of this video, too much Williams sister-style muscle twitching, writhing skin and boring black bra action. When the frame never lets up, except to show Freddie Gibbs’ face, it’s overwhelming.
Aaron Jerome’s second full-length album, and first under the name “SBTRKT” (pronounced “subtract”) is an explosive contribution to the loosely-defined dubstep genre. Part Massive Attack, part Tricky part something you’ve never experienced, Jerome worked previously as a producer, remixing for friends and underground artists around the world such as Zap Mama, Nicole Willis and Bugz In The Attic. On this self-titled work, the UK-based DJ teams up with a variety of singers with Sampha representing the male aspect and Jessie Ware, Roses Gabor and Yukimi Nagano of Little Dragon representing the female side.