Welcome back, lovers of the Zoo! Even though this week is off to a rough start (RIP Robin Williams), we hope all is well with you.
Anyways, music news was a little quiet in the past week and as a result, I am here to present some new music.
So, without further ado, check out this new music:
French Montana rolls out his new single “Don’t Panic”.
The aforementioned single is the first one to come off of the Montana’s forthcoming sophomore effort, Mac and Cheese 4 (that is a strange name, which says a lot considering that I am forever side-eyeing people like Nicki Minaj for her fascination for naming her albums using anything “Pink” or “Roman” related).
Montana was recently filming the video for the new track back in July. The rapper was also joined by his girlfriend, Khloé Kardashian. The song’s artwork features the two in some questionable garb—the two are sporting clown masks and also have weapons in tow.
Honestly, they look like they came out of the film The Purge. And my reaction to that is this:
Anyways, you can check out the song and artwork below:
Mac and Cheese 4 will be hitting theaters sometime in November 2014.
Raury debuts new music video for the “Cigarette Song”.
Singer/Songwriter Raury recently unveiled the new music video for his song “Cigarette Song”. The titular song is one of many that will be featured on Raury’s upcoming EP Indigo Child. Personally, I find the song pretty catch, especially due to its usage of the guitar.
This is what Raury had to say about the video and song:
“Everybody has an addiction” (Billboard).
You can check out the new song below:
“Indigo Child” will be hitting stores August 25.
Daft Punk’s Human After All album (and all-related remixes) finally makes it to the US.
Even though many of us can agree that Daft Punk’s recent musical effort—Random Access Memories—was pretty bad-ass and almost universally liked, it would be a little ignorant to assume that the duo had not released more, divisive works.
Universally-love Random Access Memories album, meet the uber-divisive and contentious Human After All album.
Regardless of its weird, divisive status, the 2005 album did end up producing a lot of awesome remixes featuring people like Vitalic, Peaches and etc. But for a while, only places like Japan had access to it.
However, I am happy to announce that that is no longer the case.
This past weekend, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter finally succeeded in bringing the album to the good ‘ol red, white, and blue. To celebrate the occasion, Honem-Christo added yet another remix to the album.
You can purchase the album here or stream it below:
Like this music? Got any recommendations for us? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Billboard, Spin
Images From: Notebooksisters.com, Imgur.com, Numiko.com, Byebyebullshit.wordpress.com, Gifsec.com