HOT: The xx “Together (from #TheGreatGatsby OST)”

If you got the multi-hyphenated, multi-million worth producer Jay Z at the helm of production, expect nothing but the best. And so far, all of the songs featured on #TheGreatGatsby soundtrack haven’t disappointed anyone yet. Listen to yet another intense track from the film’s OST below, Together, from indie heavyweights The XX. Advertisements

LISTEN: Lana Del Rey “Young And Beautiful” (#TheGreatGatsby OST)

  The music from #TheGreatGatsby are starting to be revealed one by one as we draw near to its official release date. You might have heard LDR’s version on the snippet of the trailer, and today stream the song in its entirety. Lana Del Rey sings, “Will you still love me when I’m no longer young … Continue reading

LISTEN: Fergie x Q-Tip x GoonRock ‘A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)’

AS previously reported, the Jay-Z-curated The Great Gatsby film adaptation soundtrack is star-studded. A proof of this is the epic collab of BEP’s Fergie teaming up with Q-Tip and GoonRock entitled A Little party Never Killed Nobody. Stream the new track below and start party-rockin!

HOT: Jay-Z ‘Open Letter’

Mr Carter looks pretty busy these days. Apart from helping out on the soundtrack of The Great Gatsby, hip-hop’s reigning king Jay-Z surprised his contingents by dishing out a scorching new track Open Letter. Stream the Timbaland/Swizz Beatz-produced song below.

#Soundtrack for the Weekend: The Great Gatsby

Baz Luhrmann‘s film adaptation of The Great Gatsby basically has a star-studded soundtrack, helmed by Craig Armstrong, produced by Jay Z. Check out the trailer below and listen to the music of Lana Del Rey, Florence and The Machine and a cover of Amy Winehouse. Expect that we will be talking about this in the coming … Continue reading

HOT: Kendrick Lamar “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe remix” feat Jay-Z

Kendrick Lamar teams up with the prolific Mr Carter aka Jay-Z for the remix of his good kid, m.a.a.d. city track Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe, which he debuted over at SXSW. And today we can hear the studio version below.