Sonic Selects favorite, Marc E. Bassy knows how to get the spring/summer season on the right track. His infectious vocals and tremendous beat selections are the perfect pairings with the warming weather.
His latest release “Rot Your Brain” gives us a soulful look into Bassy’s mind state while he scrolls through his Instagram feed.
Bassy provides an interesting perspective on getting sucked into social media with lines like: This about the time I realize where I'm at/It's been 45 minutes/I’m still here on my back/I can't stop looking/Shit is like crack/If I did take a break/Pornhub and a nap”.
This is just a taste of bigger things to come from the San Fransisco based singer-songwriter.
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Get your AUX cord, roll down your windows, and turn up your speakers. The next installment of our In Rotation playlist series is about to take you on a 12-track musical journey.
In Rotation: Open Road starts with a quartet of introspective hip-hop tracks. Selections from Omen, Logic, G-Eazy and J. Cole will keep you grounded while Open Road starts to heat up.
The moment 2Pac’s “Do For Love” plays is when this introspective journey starts to blossom. The meat of this playlist seamlessly blends 90’s R&B alongside these hip-hop heavyweights. Listen closely to Wale’s “Black Is Gold” which features an excellent sample of D’Angelo’s “Lady”.
The tail-end of your musical journey is an excellent case study for how much R&B has evolved since the 90’s. Tracks from Drake, Kehlani, and artist on the rise Jorja Smith will give you some nice, smooth vibes.
Buckle up and prepare to experience a wide range of emotions with In Rotation: Open Road.
Back in 2015, Kehlani caught our ear with her collaboration with Chance the Rapper, "The Way". The standout track off her Grammy-Nominated mixtape, You Should Be Here, Kehlani paints a vivid picture of a relationship filled with mutual respect and crazy love. Her infectious vocals flow flawlessly over the alt-R&B production by Jahaan Sweet.
What makes Kehlani a star is her ability to evoke raw, candid emotion on each her songs. With her debut studio album, SweetSexySavage, set to drop this Friday (January 27th, 2017), Kehlani is set to become a fixture for Contemporary R&B and burst into the mainstream.
Before her debut album drops, get familiar with the songs that shaped Kehlani's artistry in our latest Starter Pack Playlist.