Stewart Villain twists up Load B’s “Umerica” with some Weeknd inspired sampling.
An audible design that paints a picture for the listener of what creates an everyday villain. Pain, turmoil, torture, revenge. Submitted for the Hans Zimmer Bleeding Fingers contest. The contest required using one of several audio stems and reincorporating it into an original piece. I used the flutes that come in at 58 seconds.
Guitar by Ryan Cutsforth.
Off their new album, Money Power Respect, Philthy Rich and Dubble 00 release their second single Never Get Enough featuring Mikey Vegaz.
Mixed by Flatline Studios
Mixed by Mat Randol.
Born in 1991, Vinnie Dewayne was raised in North Portland, Oregon in a small low-income neighborhood called St Johns. He grew up in a lively household with his parents and five older siblings. The soulful sounds of Al Green, Aretha Franklin, and Jerry Butler resonated throughout the house non-stop. At six years old, Vinnie began being drawn to another genre of music and was heavily influenced by the Hip-Hop sound of DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. Vinnie’s oldest brother saw his attraction to the culture and taught him how to write rhymes and compose verses in the structure of songs.
Photo by Kevin Hasenkopf
Art Direction by Alexander Wright
This reDesign takes you on a much darker and melancholy personal reflection of Vinnie’s highs and lows as an artist.
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