L’Orange & Kool Keith “Twenty Fifty Three” feat. Mr. Lif (Single)

L’Orange & Kool Keith “Twenty Fifty Three” feat. Mr. Lif (Single)

Time? Astonishing by L'Orange & Kool Keith L’Orange & Kool Keith “Twenty Fifty Three” feat. Mr. Lif # About The Upcoming Album Coming July 24th on Mello Music Group, Time? Astonishing! is the latest dimensional warp from hip-hop’s premiere astral traveler. His union with MMG producer L’Orange finds him exploring uncharted terrain: choppy volcanic rock planets, ice glacier moons, new surgical procedures, and fresh rappers to toss into the ether. The scalpel remains eternally sharp. Even a flying DeLorean seems too conventional for the Bronx legend. He’d more logically orbit…

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L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae “Ignore The Man To Your Right” ft. Homeboy Sandman (Single)

L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae “Ignore The Man To Your Right” ft. Homeboy Sandman (Single)

The Night Took Us In Like Family by L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae   L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae “Ignore The Man To Your Right” ft. Homeboy Sandman Deep kick drums, ticking hi-hats, irregular rhythms, a spatial Moog filter, and Victrola static all over golden age vocalizations combine to provide the black & white soundscape over which Chicago emcee Jeremiah Jae delivers deadpan lyrics. Stones Throw spitter Homeboy Sandman ties his verbals to the track on the second verse to complete the unsettling song. Taken by itself L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae’s singles…

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L’Orange “After The Flowers” (EP)

L’Orange “After The Flowers” (EP)

After The Flowers EP by L’Orange In the aftermath of L’Orange’s 2014 album The Orchid Days, the After The Flowers EP is a warm vignette- a glimpse into life after the end of the world. Waking up to a surreal heavenscape, our tragic figure searches for his place somewhere between life and death. Expanding on the themes of love and loss, L’Orange teams up with artists Chuck Inglish, Meyhem Lauren, Red Pill and producer Amerigo Gazaway to bring us a stream of consciousness epilogue to his 2014 album The Orchid…

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L’Orange “Need You” feat. Blu (Video)

L’Orange “Need You” feat. Blu (Video)

L’Orange “Need You” feat. Blu L’Orange unveils some stunning visuals today from director EmaLee Arroyo for “Need You” featuring Blu. The track waltzes casually between swing era production allusions and underground head nodding flow. Add to it a post-apocalyptic Adam & Eve story shot in the texture rich Rustic Canyon of California among abandoned bomb shelters, water storage tanks, and bunkers. The scrawl of urban decay washes over everything in this video of love & destruction. l orange need you feat blu

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L’Orange “Until The Fall” feat. Boog Brown (Single)

L’Orange “Until The Fall” feat. Boog Brown (Single)

The Orchid Days by L'Orange After releasing the emotive album The Orchid Days, L’Orange has added a post-script with a new vocal version of Will Wait helmed by poet Boog Brown.  The new song, Until The Fall, finds Boog revealing a love story with intimate candor and vulnerability.  A rare jewel in the Hip-Hop landscape, Boog matches the tremoring production with her own reminiscing on a love lost.   Download here     l’orange until the fall

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L’Orange “The Lost Nova” feat. Mr. Lif & John Robinson (Single)

L’Orange “The Lost Nova” feat. Mr. Lif & John Robinson (Single)

The Sound Prohibition era soul samples combine with lingering smoke in the air on L’Orange productions. Able to bring the crackle of vintage radio back in head nodding introspective journeys, L’Orange’s ability lies in making complex productions seamless, allowing listeners to slide into another world. L’Orange’s talent as a producer is his ability to develop full visions that create environments for artists and listeners alike. L’Orange is somewhere between early DJ Shadow, Madlib, Portishead, and Billie Holiday. The Instant Grat L’Orange recently recruited Mr. Lif & John Robinson for his…

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L’Orange & Stik Figa “Blind Tiger” (Video)

L’Orange & Stik Figa “Blind Tiger” (Video)

Continue on The City Under The City’s dark and abstract journey with the visuals for Blind Tiger. French noir rooted in stateside malaise makes this new visual from producer L’Orange and writer Stik Figa come together with unsettling ease. Director: Josh Browning Executive Producer: John Westbrook Jr. Produced L’Orange Album: The City Under The City Label: Mello Music Group Color: Matt Blume Film Co: 7Lucky7   Purchase from iTunes here       l orange stik figa blind tiger

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