Allow the funk to seep into your soul on the Dam Funk assisted “Don’t Trip” from Blu and the Union Analogtronics.
Blu prepares to drop another project alongside Union Analogtronics. But first comes the lead single featuring Oliver DaySoul titled “City Dreams.”
Hopefully, you are bumping that new Blu & Nottz project Titans In the Flesh. But there’s always room for a remix and J57 puts his own spin on “Atlantis.”
Blu and Nottz make good on their promise to produce dopeness as their Titans In The Flesh EP is released. Featuring the likes of Torae, Bishop Lamont, Skyzoo, Exile, DJ Revolution and Mickey Factz, it’s certainly worth your time to hit play.
“The EP is themed around Greek and Roman mythology, with our own personal twist,” Blu told Noisey. “Instead, Nottz and I play the Gods and Titans, along with all the lyrical beasts featured on the record. The title means ‘be strong,’ be more than you are, be a God or be a Titan, and run with it!”
This Blu and Nottz album is shaping up to be one hell of a project. The latest leak finds Blu and Nottz employing the services of Bishop Lamont, Torae, Skyzoo & DJ Revolution for “Giant Steps.”
Cali and Virginia team up as Blu and Nottz drop the first single from their collaborative project Titans In The Flesh.
Brooklyn’s Ace Clark makes his presence felt alongside Blu and Skyzoo for “Reality” off of his upcoming Life is Good album.
Continuing with his Craft Singles 45 series, Alchemist unleashes this track with Blu, Big Twins, Killa Kali and Planet Asia titled “Palisades.”
For those that didn’t get their hands the posthumous album Jay Love Japan back in 2008, you’ll be happy to know that it will be re-released on May 6th. With that comes the official release of “Sun In My Face” that features Blu along with a guy named Miguel Jontel that you may know.