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Crank up the volume on Crankdat’s menacing new dubstep cut, ‘BADFUTURE’

Sat, 07/11/2020 - 13:51
Crank up the volume on Crankdat’s menacing new dubstep cut, ‘BADFUTURE’Crankdat Approved Live Shot

Crankdat has made his return to Kayzo‘s Welcome Records with a battering new dubset cut, “BADFUTURE.” 2020 has already been a landmark year for Crankdat, seeing the producer releasing EPs on Kannibalen Records and Disciple Records, as well as two standout singles with Monstercat. Whether he leans melodic or heavy, Crankdat always manages to deliver, and “BADFUTURE” firmly lands him another win.

“BADFUTURE,” certainly makes a compelling case for dubstep jam of the summer. The song opens with bright vocal chops cutting through a tantalizing arpeggio, followed by a quick buildup. The drops feature Crankdat’s signature gritty, metallic sound design and tight drums, packed with energy from core to perimeter. With his discography expanding increasingly quickly year-over-year, “BADFUTURE” continues extending Crankdat’s track record of making impressive low-end ammunition.

Honey Dijon remixes Alewya’s debut single, ‘Sweating’

Sat, 07/11/2020 - 13:44
Honey Dijon remixes Alewya’s debut single, ‘Sweating’ALEWYA PRESS LEAD PRESS SHOT CREDIT Christina Ebenezer

In May, Alewya announced herself to the music world with her feature on burgeoning star Little Simz’ latest EP, Drop 6. Promptly after, the UK-based producer (pictured above) shared her debut single “Sweating,” a sultry dance track powered by Alewya’s catchy flow. Now, “Sweating” receives the full remix package treatment courtesy of fellow UK-based producer Honey Dijon.

In her remix, Honey Dijon strips away the original’s syncopated rhythm in favor of a classic four-on-the-floor house style. Additionally, a bouncy bass line compliments the accelerated tempo in the remix and dub mix. All in all, Alewya’s original slow burning “Sweating” is transformed into a dancefloor house heater that, in Honey Dijon’s words, is “Black Girl Magic at it’s finest. The future is female!”

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Make no mistake—dance music is born from black culture. Without black creators, innovators, selectors, and communities, the electronic dance music we hold so dear would simply not exist. In short, dance music is deeply indebted to the global black community and we need to be doing more. Black artists and artists of color have played a profound role in shaping the sound and culture of dance music and now more than ever, it is necessary for everyone in the music community to stand up for the people that have given us so much. Dancing Astronaut pledges to make every effort to be a better ally, a stronger resource, and a more accountable member of the global dance music community. Black Lives Matter—get involved here:  

Black Lives Matter

My Block My Hood My City

National Lawyers Guild Mass Defense Program

Black Visions Collective

Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Legal Defense Initiative

The Bail Project

The Next Level Boys Academy

Committee to Protect Journalists

ARTY lets vocals lead the way with new Alpha9 single ‘Tell Me’

Sat, 07/11/2020 - 13:41
ARTY lets vocals lead the way with new Alpha9 single ‘Tell Me’ALPHA 9 Photo 1

Following the release of “Dreams” and “All That I Can” earlier in 2020, Artem Stolyarov, known better as ARTY, has released his third single of the year under his Alpha9 alias. The song is titled “Tell Me,” and the release is the perfect display of the Russian producer’s ability to craft euphoric trance singles alongside his commercial leaning ARTY moniker.

The subtle new track is not overly orchestrated. Trance notes with dazzling accents and a kicking backdrop keep “Tell Me” light and airy. Smooth vocals weave in and out of the production, with an air-tight piano melody serving as the connection point between the production and the vocals. “Tell Me” is more vocal-led than many of his previous Alpha9 releases, making the song a distinctive addition to his catalog of releases.

“Tell Me” is out now via Anjunabeats.

Honey Dijon, Jamie Jones, Dubfire, and more lead first phase of BPM Festival: Malta lineup

Sat, 07/11/2020 - 08:00
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Come September 13 – 16, 2020, The BPM Festival: Malta will descend upon Uno Malta with a host of heavy hitters in tow. Festival organizers have spiked anticipation for the European event by revealing the phase one roster of talent, which includes more than 50 of the underground’s finest.

Honey Dijon, Jamie Jones, Dubfire, Charlotte de Witte, and Adam Beyer represent just a fraction of the artists tapped to appear at The BPM Festival: Malta, with more to be announced in the months leading up to the three-day electronic affair. General admission, VIP passes, and travel packages to the festival are available here.

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Electric Zoo postponed to 2021

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 16:36
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New York’s Electric Zoo (EZoo) music festival has formally postponed its annual Labor Day Weekend event to September 3 – 5, 2021. The news of EZoo’s 2020 cancellation follows a July 9 order from Mayor Bill de Blasio suspending all large events requiring a city permit through September 30.

Festival organizers announced EZoo’s postponement shortly after de Blasio’s order was issued, writing,

“Regrettably, we must stop all the preparations for 2020 Electric Zoo: Supernaturals and reschedule the festival for 2021. We’ve kept hope alive and continued planning and building Electric Zoo until today. While we are heartbroken, everyone’s safety is our #1 priority and we understand the Mayor’s decision.”

Ticket holders will have the option to either request a refund or roll over their passes for the 2021 installment. Those who keep their tickets will get a $50 credit on their 2021 wristbands to be used at the festival. Would-be attendees seeking a refund must submit their request here by July 24.

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Electric Zoo Family, On July 9th, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced all large events will be canceled ‪through September 30th.‬ Regrettably, we must stop all the preparations for 2020 Electric Zoo: Supernaturals and reschedule the festival for 2021. We’ve kept hope alive and continued planning and building Electric Zoo until today. While we are heartbroken, everyone’s safety is our #1 priority and we understand the Mayor’s decision. ???? We are all New York tough, let’s be safe and get through these difficult times together. We will return Labor Day Weekend 2021 with the Supernaturals theme and with the biggest line-up in the history of Electric Zoo! If you are keeping your ticket, YOU’LL RECIEVE A $50 CREDIT ON YOUR 2021 WRISTBAND to use for food, drinks and merchandise! ($100 for VIP/Platinum) and YOU DON’T NEED TO DO ANYTHING! We will follow up with you in the coming months with your new ticket and how to receive your credit. For refunds please fill out the form on See Tickets – link in bio. *refund minus service and processing fees We love you all, and can’t wait to welcome you back ‪September 3 – 5 2021‬!

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Chris Varvaro continues progressive house tear with ‘Intoxicated’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 16:11
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The 2020 festival season is but a passing mirage amid COVID-19 related cancellations, but self-taught instrumentalist, Chris Varvaro, is determined to preserve some of it. An extension of his progressive house proclivities, Varvaro’s latest output, anthemic single, “Intoxicated,” is his bid to capture and hold some of the elusive season, to bring the mainstage to listeners’ car and home speakers.

Written with the intent of composing a song that “thousands” could jump to, “Intoxicated” vigorously harnesses not only nostalgia for live events, where Varvaro’s record would serve as a crowd-galvanizing candidate for rotation, but also nostalgia for the heyday of progressive house. Varvaro keeps the heart of the genre beating in “Intoxicated,” which recalls his 2019 progressive showing, “Let Me Go.”

Kaskade shares lead single from forthcoming compilation album, ‘Destinations: Living Room’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 12:24
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After pushing the livestreaming game to its maximum potential with a set atop the Skywalk of The Grand Canyon, Kaskade is ready to indulge his more subtle side once again with “Parasite,” a chilled-out alternative dance tune produced alongside Lucid Luv.

Throughout his career, Kaskade has alternated between high-energy, mainstage house music and the restrained sound that he’s prolifically branded as Redux. This track takes Kaskade’s Redux aesthetic and morphs it, creating a distinctive identity that is completely separate from the four-on-the-floor beats that have long characterized his Redux efforts. Set atop a lush aural landscape decorated with plucked strings, the seething, fuzzy vocals of Luca Luv coast effortlessly on “Parasite.”

The prevailing desire to traverse different sonic territories influenced “Parasite,” the first single from the next compilation album in Kaskade’s Destinations series, Destinations: Living Room. The forthcoming LP will follow Arkade Destinations Iceland and Destinations: Tulum. Read Dancing Astronaut’s interview with Kaskade on his Destinations serieshere.

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KAYTRANADA teams up with Lucky Daye for ‘Look Easy’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 12:07
KAYTRANADA teams up with Lucky Daye for ‘Look Easy’Kaytranada Chances EP

KAYTRANADA has dropped off his first new material since his sophomore album, BUBBA, released in 2019. Recruiting New Orleans singer-songwriter Lucky Daye for his latest, the Montreal producer fashions a sensual, R&B-laced beat on his new single, “Look Easy.” The release marks KAYTRA’s first music delivery of the year and follows a flurry of visual treatments for BUBBA, including “Need It,” “10%,” and “Puff Lah.”

Characterized by seamless production and laidback instrumentation, “Look Easy” charms with Lucky Daye’s silky smooth vocals and sultry atmospheres. Encompassing layers of harmonization, dreamy synth pads, and glimmering embellishments, the track embodies KAYTRA’s sensibilities for crafting feature-suited compositions. “Look Easy” is out now via RCA Records.

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Make no mistake—dance music is born from black culture. Without black creators, innovators, selectors, and communities, the electronic dance music we hold so dear would simply not exist. In short, dance music is deeply indebted to the global black community and we need to be doing more. Black artists and artists of color have played a profound role in shaping the sound and culture of dance music and now more than ever, it is necessary for everyone in the music community to stand up for the people that have given us so much. Dancing Astronaut pledges to make every effort to be a better ally, a stronger resource, and a more accountable member of the global dance music community. Black Lives Matter—get involved here:  

Black Lives Matter

My Block My Hood My City

National Lawyers Guild Mass Defense Program

Black Visions Collective

Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Legal Defense Initiative

The Bail Project

The Next Level Boys Academy

Committee to Protect Journalists

Tiësto teases a return to his roots with new project, VER:WEST

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 11:54
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On July 9, Tiësto previewed a new project on Twitter, VER:WEST, that seemingly signaled a sonic reversion back to his coveted trance and progressive house roots. Verwest derives from Tiësto’s biological name, Tijs Michiel Verwest.

The track teased in the preview, which Shazam identifies as “5 Seconds Before Sunrise,” was played earlier this year at Tiësto’s Reconnected | Beatport Live set, and is expected to release on July 17 via his own AFTR:HRS. The tune uses delicate synths and a cushy bounce to diverge from the hands-in-the-air club style that Tiësto has built his sound on in recent years, breathing new life into a style that’s been largely forgotten along the way.

The upcoming single is likely a nod back to “Ten Seconds Before Sunrise,” the Tiësto classic that kicked off his 2007 LP, Elements of Life. The chief difference between the two tracks is the comparatively softer approach that “5 Seconds Before Sunrise” ultimately takes. Listen to the official teaser below.

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Seven Lions shares new single, ‘Don’t Wanna Fall’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 11:26
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“Don’t Wanna Fall” is quintessential Seven Lions. The Ophelia Records label head’s latest single begins with a dreamy, otherworldy soundscape that combines angelic vocals from HALIENE with an ethereal, twinkling piano as the backdrop. The track quickly builds, layering in supersaw chords that lead up to a melodic, bass-heavy drop.

Seven Lions, born Jeff Montalvo, has become synonymous with his ability to meld trance music with bass, resulting in gravity-defying creations like like his aptly-named new single.

Notably, “Don’t Wanna Fall” is the first collaboration between Montalvo and DJ/production duo, Last Heroes, who are signed to the label. Montalvo and HALIENE have a history of working together, combining musical skills for previous tracks such as “What’s Done is Done” and “Rush Over Me.” “Don’t Wanna Fall” is out now via Ophelia Records.

Malaa converts Rezz and Grabbitz’s ‘Someone Else’ into a virtual club treasure

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 11:18
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Having just passed 2020’s intermediate, veiled Frenchman, Malaa, has financed a scalding onset in the first half of the year. Just two weeks after the delivery of “Don’t Talk,” which guides his forthcoming Illegal Mixtape III, Malaa is now realizing his fifth release of the past seven months by assuming remix duties for REZZ and Grabbitz‘s “Someone Else.”

After previously pairing up alongside the former on “Criminals” this past Halloween, Malaa ventures out on his own to migrate “Someone Else” into the virtual club. The take, while marginally lighter than his illegal house counterparts, sees Malaa move to the groovier side of his catalog as he subs out the original’s perilous mid-tempo tone for a scorching four-on-the-floor variation.

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Fate of Electric Zoo 2020 looks dim as New York cancels all large events through September

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 09:25
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Organizers of New York’s Electric Zoo music festival have not formally waived the white flag amid coronavirus-related festival and event cancellations, but the prospect of hosting the 2020 Randall’s Island affair looks less promising following a July 9 order from Mayor Bill de Blasio suspending all large events requiring a city permit through September 30.

Parades and street fairs such as The West Indian American Day Carnival and Feast of San Gennaro are among the events affected by de Blasio’s motion. In an interview on CNN, de Blasio said,

“…We don’t need big events anytime soon. We’ve had a lot of success making New York City healthier and we’ve got to stick to that plan. The kinds of gatherings we’re used to—the parades, the fairs—we just can’t have that while we’re focusing on health right now.”

Although de Blasio and city officials are specifically focused on containing the crowds that parades and street fairs would normally draw, it’s not far-fetched to imagine that de Blasio’s stance on these events would not also extend to Electric Zoo and other music festivals hosted in the state. At present, the festival is still slated for September 4 – 6, 2020.

H/T: ABC 7

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Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli shares second solo jazz single, announces debut LP

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 08:45
Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli shares second solo jazz single, announces debut LPDominic Lalli 1

Dominic Lalli has always lead Big Gigantic‘s charge with his saxophone in hand. A classically trained musician, Lalli decided to return to his roots in the midst of quarantine when he released a jazz instrumental under his birth name titled “Together.” Back with his second solo jazz track, “A Blind Man’s Blue,” the Colorado-based talent has accompanied the sonic sequel with the announcement of the his debut album as Lalli, due July 10th.

Clocking in at an impressive ten minutes, “A Blind Man’s Blue” is a true testament to Lalli’s prowess as not only a producer but also a musician and composer. The rolling saxophone melodies suspended atop a frenetic drum kit pattern will make listeners feel like they’re in a smokey cigar lounge in the early 1900s. If his first two tracks are any indication, Lalli’s forthcoming album shows great promise for those with a refined sonic palette.

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Massive Attack hint at forthcoming EP, ‘Eutopia,’ breaking four-year musical silence

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 08:30
Massive Attack hint at forthcoming EP, ‘Eutopia,’ breaking four-year musical silenceMassive Attack Credit Josh Reynolds For Boston Globe

On July 9, UK-based trip-hop group Massive Attack took to social media to tease their forthcoming EP, Eutopia. The outfit has not released music in the past four years, so naturally, these cryptic posts are sending fans into a frenzy.

Although Massive Attack have not released any music for quite some time, they have not been completely silent. In April, the act was slated to perform at Minecraft music festival, Block by Blockwest, but a server crash and subsequent event rescheduling ultimately resulted in their inability to participate. The group has also been vocal online regarding ongoing COVID-19 struggles and Black Lives Matter protests, donating 10,000 British pounds to frontline workers and supporting the removal of statues depicting historically racist individuals in their own hometown of Bristol.

Unfortunately, no release date has been announced for Eutopia, but fans can rest easy, assured that new music is on the horizon. In the meantime, a series of Instagram posts featuring mysterious photographic negatives and trippy videos continues to unfold on the group’s official account, each captioned, “#eutopiaEP.”

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Hudson Mohawke shares new solo material, ‘Black Cherry’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 07:45
Hudson Mohawke shares new solo material, ‘Black Cherry’Hudson Mohawke

For most of 2020, Hudson Mohawke has been quiet, releasing only his Jimmy Edgars collaboration, “BENT,” and his July 6 collaboration with Tiga, “Love Minus Zero.” Now, he’s back with his third production of the calendar year, “Black Cherry.”

Mohawke’s first solo release to hit major platforms since his work on Watch Dogs 2’s soundtrack in 2016, DeadSec, “Black Cherry” is classic HudMo. The track is centered around grandiose horns and bombastic percussion reminiscent of Lantern tracks “Scud Books” and “Very First Breath.” On social media, Mohawke says he has “Been getting hassled for [‘Black Cherry’] for ages,” and noted that the track has been heard in FIFA 20, among other places.

Will Ferrell now has a Billboard-charting song

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 07:15
Will Ferrell now has a Billboard-charting songWill Ferrell

Will Ferrell‘s accolades now include “Billboard charting artist.” Yes, you read that correctly. Nielsen Music/MRC Data chart statistics show that Ferrell and My Marianne’s “Husavik – My Hometown,” from Netflix film, Eurovison Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, debuted at No. 16 on the Digital Song Sales chart dated July 11. The movie inclusion also amassed 8,000 downloads in the United States in the week ending July 2.

The Eurovison Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga soundtrack’s chart performance isn’t too shabby, either. The production entered the Soundtracks chart at No. 5. It also clocked in at No. 170 on the Billboard 200 with 7,000 equivalent album units. The news of Ferrell’s first-ever Billboard-charting sonic effort follows Tiësto‘s “Euro 90s Tribute Remix” of the film’s “Double Trouble.”

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Todd Terry makes house music ‘Black Again’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 07:15
Todd Terry makes house music ‘Black Again’Todd Terry 1

Todd Terry unleashes some grooving house on his new double release of “Black Again,” which includes an extended version of the original. Through a mist of kick and snare ambiance, Terry’s vocal narrative swings alongside the groove while the hook provides a lower octave vocal change with a tad of reverb on “making house black again.” A bass line lingers below the track, adding a subtle low end melody.

Terry is known for bolstering the Chicago house music of the mid ’80s in the New York scene by cross-sampling Chicago house and its Detroit off-shoot with New York hip-hop breaks. His sound cultivated an energetic wave that jump-started acid house and rave movements in both the United Kingdom and United States.

“Black Again” isn’t Terry’s sole activity of 2020 to date. This year, the Grammy-nominated producer also remixed of one of his own originals, 2016’s “Can U Dig It.”

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Make no mistake—dance music is born from black culture. Without black creators, innovators, selectors, and communities, the electronic dance music we hold so dear would simply not exist. In short, dance music is deeply indebted to the global black community and we need to be doing more. Black artists and artists of color have played a profound role in shaping the sound and culture of dance music and now more than ever, it is necessary for everyone in the music community to stand up for the people that have given us so much. Dancing Astronaut pledges to make every effort to be a better ally, a stronger resource, and a more accountable member of the global dance music community. Black Lives Matter—get involved here:  

Black Lives Matter

My Block My Hood My City

National Lawyers Guild Mass Defense Program

Black Visions Collective

Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Legal Defense Initiative

The Bail Project

The Next Level Boys Academy

Color of Change

Committee to Protect Journalists

Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero celebrate inaugural collaboration with virtual back-to-back [Stream]

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 07:00
Armin van Buuren, Nicky Romero celebrate inaugural collaboration with virtual back-to-back [Stream]Nicky Romero

Armin van Buuren and Nicky Romero‘s tenure in the music industry considered, it’s hard to believe that the dance-pioneering producers have not convened for a collaboration before now. Fortunately, there’s a first time for everything. Titled “I Need You To Know,” van Buuren and Romero’s inaugural one-off evokes the casually emotive, festival-suited sound of 2012 and 2013 electronic.

A debut collaboration comes but once, and van Buuren and Romero intend to properly celebrate their seminal co-project. At 1 p.m. EST, the genre-propelling pair will play a live, one-hour back-to-back set. The commemorative performance will be broadcast via Armada‘s Twitch, van Buuren’s Facebook page, and Romero’s YouTube channel.

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Here’s your chance to have Zedd review your song

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 07:00
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Zedd‘s following typically listens to his sonic outputs, but on July 11, it’s his turn to play listener. The producer has invited the aspiring DJs in his fanbase to submit their original productions for review in a live feedback stream that Zedd will host on his Twitch channel at 6 p.m. EST/3 p.m. PST. Zedd announced the forthcoming feedback session in an Instagram video, stating,

“I will be going through all [your] ideas, or at least as much as I can.”

Those hoping to receive feedback from the Grammy Award-winning artist can turn in their respective submissions for consideration here.

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This Saturday 3PM PST ‼ twitch.tv/zedd Submit here on the #TwitchReview channel starting Saturday morning: discord.gg/zedd

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Kid Cudi and Eminem unveil animated new single ‘The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady’

Fri, 07/10/2020 - 06:50
Kid Cudi and Eminem unveil animated new single ‘The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady’Kid Cudi Dancing Astronaut

Kid Cudi and Eminem have joined forces. The two rap icons come together for the former’s latest single “The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady,” which dropped digitally Thursday at midnight. The release does what many collaborations or features cannot, pulling off a true artistic amalgamation of the two styles while concocting something fresh along the way.

‘The single’s highly stylized video depicts the rappers as comic style superheroes (Moon Man and Slim Shady), taking on everything from substance abuse and religion, to current events like COVID.

Bunch of half-wits up in office (What?)
Half of us walking around like a zombie apocalypse
Other half are just pissed off and (Yeah)
Don’t wanna wear a mask and they’re just scoffing
And that’s how you end up catching the shit off ’em
I just used the same basket as you shopping
Now I’m in a fuckin’ casket from you coughin’ (Damn)

The release continues Kid Cudi’s 2020 hot streak, including the recent announcement of his animated series alongside Kanye West, and “The Scotts,” his aptly named single with Travis Scott.

This January, Eminem released his 11th studio album, Music to be Murdered By, but has since divvied his time between the studio and helping those in need.

Listen to “The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady” below.

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