Thundercat‘s latest shockingly enlists legends Michael McDonald (Steely Dan) and Kenny Loggins for an alluring track built on plenty of blissful synths entitled “Show You the Way.” The vocals meld perfectly over the beat crafted by Flying Lotus and Thundercat himself. Look for the track on his next LP, Drunk, which will feature Pharrell, Kendrick Lamar and Wiz Khalifa dropping February 24. Definitely press play below if you’re in need of a melodious escape.
After Flying Lotus dropped his trippy project contemplating the afterlife, leftovers from You’re Dead have now surfaced for your listening pleasure. The tracks are short, powerful instrumentals called “You’re DEad! – TDC Alt Experiment,” and two Thundercat collaborations titled “You’re Dead! – Haleys Line//thundercat” and “NO Feeer Thunnderrrcatt2010.” Enjoy all three exquisite pieces below.
Watch the new video for Kendrick Lamar‘s “These Walls” off of his heralded sophomore studio album, To Pimp a Butterfly. A cameo by Terry Crews offers comic relief as a prisoner tells a tale about a wild night with K Dot and some strippers. Watch the short film directed by Colin Tilley and The Little Homies below.
Yes, you read that right. Flying Lotus, Shabazz Palaces and Thundercat have all come together to form a supergroup by the name of WOKE. Their debut track “The Lavishments of Light Looking” features George Clinton and the groovy track is currently streaming on Adult Swim‘s site.
After dropping his latest single “Them Changes,” bassist and R&B crooner Thundercat drops the follow-up to Apocalypse called The Beyond/Where the Giants Roam. The mini album, co-produced by Flying Lotus, can be streamed via Spotify.
Listen the to latest from Funky crooner/bassist Thundercat. “Them Changes” will be off of his forthcoming mini album, The Beyond / Where The Giants Roam, which will feature longtime collaborator Flying Lotus and Herbie Hancock.
Listen to Kendrick Lamar perform a new untitled track as the last musical guest on The Colbert Report. Accompanied by Bilal, Thundercat, Terrace Martin on the saxophone, and Anna Wise on vocals, the song is produced by Astronote.
Enjoy the new song from SZA and Thundercat called “Sobriety.” The TDE songstress’ full-length debut album, A, is due next year.
Listen and download the new mixtape by Mac Miller called Faces. The album features Rick Ross, Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Sir Michael Rocks, Mike Jones, Thundercat and Vince Staples.