London based songwriters The Invisible Men turn a track from Coldplay’s Mylo Xyloto in to something that could be in a spy movie. Urgent, tense, and interesting, this is great production work. Download link
Trust me, I wouldn’t post a remix to such a beautiful Coldplay original if it wasn’t extremely well done. Vocals fit in perfectly, and the track builds and builds in such a cheerful manner. If this doesn’t get you going, I suggest serious anti-depressants (disclaimer: I am not a doctor. But I know my beats). Check out more of Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman at their SoundCloud. To add to their credibility, I will tell you: they are Swedes. Download link
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It’s not often you see Christmas themed hip-hop songs, especially one with coke raps, but here’s a stacked one titled “Christmas in Harlem” featuring Kanye, Jim Jones, Cyhi Da Prynce, Pusha T, Big Sean, Teyana Taylor, Musiq Soulchild.
You can’t go wrong with Coldplay, unless you are trying to get pumped up for battle or something. They sound like Christmas when they are not even trying, so it’s only right that they came out with this x-mas track, titled “Christmas Lights”.