Cass’ Cuts – M.I.A., Wale, Duffy, Squidly Cole & Morgan Heritage

posted on November 1st, 2008 by in Audio, Cass' Cuts, Video

via NY Times

1. Let’s start with a brand new M.I.A. track called “Shells”. That’s how worldmusic should sound like. (via Fader)

M.I.A. – Shells

2. While Duffy isn’t really my cup of tea, Wale one of the much talked-about hipster rappers turns her hit song into a real masterpiece.

3. Squidly Cole, son of the legendary Stranger Cole, has released his first solo album “Babylon Days”. You may not know him by name so far, but surely you’ve heard some of his productions and drum work for artists like Amy Winehouse, Chuck Fenda, Lauryn Hill and Joss Stone.

Squidly Cole – War And Violence

You like it? Make sure you check out his music at his website, the iTunes store or your local record dealer.

4. Morgan Heritage – “Nothing To Smile ‘Bout”. That’s it. Have a nice weekend.

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