Music is full of breakup songs but few have ever captured the sound and emotion of decaying memories and blossoming heartache and like “Home”. As 1/2 of the former indie-rap powerhouse Das Racist, Heems established himself early as a captain of swagger, flow, and honesty. I guess I just never expected it to ever come out so beautful. But damn I glad it did.Â Read more
Songs are pretty amazing things. It’s magical that such a small thing can be so powerful. In the blink of an eye a song can make you smile, dance, cry, think, laugh, etc. These are the ones that did all those things for me the second half of 2011.Â Read more
yo i think they don’t usually like violence, they like to roll their eyes when i tell ’em i beÂ rhymin’
As the half of Das Racist who doesn’t already have a side project, Heems gets up to some stuff. And thank goodness that he does because as a result the Hitch-obsessed hip-hop-head has bestowed this gem upon us (curious punctuation included). Heems waxes poetic about the many virtues andÂ facetsÂ of the fairer sex, giving dudes everywhere an anthem to sing to their ladies. And sing loud and proud we shall. Thanks womyn. And thanks Heems.Â Das Racist’s first official album will be out September andÂ appropriatelyÂ titledRelax.
(And thanks toÂ StereogumÂ for the album art)
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For more jams by any of these artists use the â€˜tagsâ€™ links at the bottom of the post!
NEW RELEVENT JAMS
â™« Peter Bjorn & John – Breaker Breaker / PBnJ are back andÂ wieldingÂ way more buzzsawÂ like-abilityÂ than on their last sleeping pill! Wooo! Second taste “Second Chance” is also a jam! Gimmie Some is out 3/29.
â™« The Forms – Fire To The Ground [ft. Matt Berninger] / A little more Read more