DX Digest: Dr. Octagon Unearths Vintage “RedEye” Track & Big Boi Performs “Mic Jack”

Octagon — Kool Keith, Dan The Automator and DJ Qbert — titled “RedEye,” which is one of five previously unreleased tracks included on the upcoming Dr. They’ve shared one of the tracks,   “Shine A Light”   featuring   Thaddillac, which was recorded and mixed by Blood at Protect and Exalt Labs: A Black Space in Seattle. The video serves as a precursor to his next full album, The Motion Picture Soundtrack. In the meantime, check out “RedEye” above. Music from Shabazz Palaces, TrakkSounds and A$AP Ferg, GoldLink and L.A. Featuring MC Fiji, the raucous track is taken from his forthcoming album, Trilliam 2. Falcons f. As the vinyl reissue of the album inches closer to its May 19 release date, one of the five unreleased tracks included on the project, “RedEye,” has made its way to the internet. The track comes from Big Boi’s upcoming solo album, Boomiverse, which is expected to arrive this summer. A$AP Ferg – “Never Tipsy”

Houston producer TrakkSounds has linked up with Killa Kyleon, A$AP Ferg and Maxo Kream for “Never Tipsy,” which pays homage to the late, great Pimp C. Curren$y   – “Chu Saiyan”

Curren$y has returned with yet another video, this time for “Chu Saiyan,” which is taken from his latest mixtape, The Fo20 Massacre. trakksounds f. The thunderous track touches on the hardships of maintaining healthy relationships while on the road via modern technology. producer Falcons, Wale and PnB Rock, Well$, and Lecrae co-signed artist Aha Gazelle also makes the cut. chance The rapper   – “waves (Live)”
Yo @chancetherapper just performed his original version of Waves live WOW @TeamKanyeDaily pic.twitter.com/9DDEhQcPzZ
— Carlo Miguel (@MIGGGGA) April 25, 2017

Chance the Rapper kicked off his tour Monday night (April 24)   at San Diego’s Valley View Casino Center, where he performed material from Coloring Book, as well as a couple tracks from Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo. mc fiji – “momma house”

Signed to Lecrae’s label, Reach Records, New Orleans native Aha Gazelle has surfaced with a fresh single, “Momma House,” a nearly four-minute track with animated   single art. Check out Monday’s edition here. Shabazz Palaces   – “Shine A Light”

Shabazz Palaces plans to drop Quazarz: Born On A Gangster Star, the duo’s third album, on July 14 through Sub Pop. Octagonecologyst vinyl reissue. WANT MORE? Quazarz: Born On A Gangster Star is the follow-up to 2014’s   Lese Majesty. Octagon moniker —   Dr. pnb rock   – “dilemma”

Wale and PnB Rock have teamed up for the “Dilemma (F*cking Tonight)” video, a track that will end up on an upcoming mixtape from Wale and DJ Luna. Closely behind is a performance of “Mic Jack” from Big Boi on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, a live video from Chance The Rapper’s San Diego show, and Curren$y’s new visual for “Chu Saiyan,” which round out the Top 5. well$   – “rosé”

Charlotte, North Carolina-based MC Well$ is back with his latest single, “Rosé,” which is produced by Vacay and Tommy Coyote. wale f. Goldlink – “boo you know”

Los Angeles-based   producer Falcons has enlisted GoldLink for “Boo You Know,” which was released via Fool’s Gold. This marks his first offering since 2016’s “XXX.”
Aha Gazelle f. The collaborative track comes from TrakkSounds’ new album,   The Other Side. With over 23 million cumulative streams to date and performances   with notable artists like Travis Scott, Metro Boomin and Kaytranada, he’s poised to have a breakout year. One particular Twitter user captured a live rendition of Lil Chano’s own version of “Waves,” which can be seen above. big boi   – “mic jack (Live)”

Outkast MC Big Boi stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon   on Monday night’s episode (April 24), where he performed   “Mic Jack,”   one of his two new singles. Octagon material is on the way. Dr. The two linked up last month on their Before I SHiNE project. The DX Digest for Tuesday (April 25) finds a new track from Dr. Octagonecologyst. Dan The Automator recently spoke to HipHopDX and assured fans that brand new Dr. Octagon   – “Redeye”
Gifted producer Dan The Automator, otherworldly MC Kool Keith and one of the best scratch DJs in the world, DJ Qbert, came together in 1996 to deliver their magnum opus under the Dr. Although Maroon 5’s Adam Levine sings the hook on the recorded version, Sleepy Brown, who co-wrote the song, handled the live performance.