Posts Tagged ‘The Dean’s List’

This past month has seen incredibly pop-ular posts featuring E-Dubble, S-Preme, and The Dean’s List. To celebrate their success, we’ve decided to do an encore post, this time featuring some dope new remixes each of the hip-hop artists have recently released. First up is the latest freestyle friday release from one of our new favorite artists E-Dubble, rapping effortlessly over Miike Snow’s “Animal” beat. We’re definitely going to keep an eye on E-Dubble, and you should too. Next up, we have the mastermind between the “Popular” post we featured a few days ago, S-Preme. This time he’s back with a re-working of B.O.B’s radio hit “Nothin’ On You;” and after listening it’s clear, everything this man touches turns to gold. You should definitely check it out and add it to the summer playlist, it’s truly an impressive blend of remix ingenuity and talented delivery. Last but certainly not least, we have The Dean’s List, one of the best emerging hip-hop groups New England can claim. They are back with a fresh new take on The Script’s “Breakeven” titled “Valley Girl.” Enjoy!

The Dean’s List – Repeat

Posted: July 1, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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Today marks the beginning of July…so how about some summertime tunes? Look no further, ┬áThe Dean’s List is here to supply you with enough hip-hop/pop/electronic hits to fill your beach-filled summer days. Composed of Dj Mendoza, Sonny Shotz, Mik Beats, and Jordan Brown, this emerging group out of Boston, MA is ready to be heard. Though New England isn’t exactly a breeding ground of dope rappers, the changing hip-hop scene has acted as a gateway for a greater involvement, and in cases like this, we’re all thankful. Down below, check out the new single from the group entitled “Repeat” as well as “I’ll Be Okay” – an older song reminiscent of the introspective Kid Cudi we saw on Man On The Moon. More from The Dean’s List here. Also, if you are new to this site and don’t know how our Soundcloud player works, all you have to do is preview the song by pressing play and then if you deem it worthy of your iTunes, hit the downward arrow on the right side. Bam.

The Dean’s List – Repeat

The Dean’s List – I’ll Be Okay