Watch Krum’s Oddball video –

Krum (fka Playdough) has always had that acoustic driven hip-hop sound on lock. If you dig that, you’ll love the Oddball video.

He shared, “Oddball has been of the best received songs from my latest album “Blue Eyed Devil” so we decided to give it the video treatment. Thanks to everyone that let me know they were feeling it. I couldn’t think of a better way to convey the vibe of the song than sitting on a Texas porch mid summer playing my guitar. This one is dedicated to the weirdos so make sure you pass the link to someone that’s as weird as you (if that’s possible).”

Read more about the track in this interview published by Fort Worth Weekly.

Video: Oddball

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Krum “Swang” video (Produced by Theory Hazit)

Krum drops a surprise single/video for “Swang” over hypnotic Theory Hazit beat.

“Sorry it’s been so long since you’ve heard from me. I’ve been working hard on a few projects but I wanted to make sure I stay in your ear in the meantime. SWANG is a loosie produced by Theory Hazit. We both agreed that this vibe had to be out there at this exact moment for the world to hear,” shared Krum.

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Video: Swang

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Sphere of Hip Hop Podcast episode 137

Sphere of Hip Hop Podcast episode 137 is mixed by DJ Tony Tone BKS.

In this episode, enjoy tracks from: The Ambassador, Corey Paul, Dre Murray, Krum, Mouthpi3ce, Rio 24k, Shai Linne, Sivion, S.O., Tim Pounds, Tony Tillman, Trant, Ty Brasel and more.

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Sphere of Hip Hop Podcast episode 137 play list

1. Sivion “Really His (feat. Krum)”
2. Nomis “Act of Love”
3. Ty Brasel “Play This Song (Vibes)”
4. S.O. “All My Life”
5. The Ambassador “Pop Pop Pop”
6. Tim Pounds “Victory”
7. Trant “No Choice (feat. Dre Murray, Tony Tillman, and Corey Paul)”
8. Rio 24k “Save My Life”
9. Shai Linne “Lift Him Up”
10. Mouthpi3ce “Jesus In The Streets”

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Sivion & Krum collab on “Really His” single

Really His is the final single leading into Sivion’s Dark Side of the Cocoon release via Illect Recordings.

Sivion shared a little about the creative process and the songs meaning with us.

Sebastian Hochstein really captured a type of hip hop/reggae/dance-hall fusion on the production for this song. And I wanted to further emphasize that vibe in the way I wrote the chorus. But before that happened I realized this would be a great opportunity to enlist the talents of fellow Deepspace5er, Krum (formerly Playdough), for this feature.

I love how the song turned out. It’s an anthem of sorts to unite all of us as God’s children, whether we know it or not. We all have different perspectives, wants, desires, and needs…….with different thoughts on our true identities and what defines us. But if God truly created us, then when it’s all said and done we’re REALLY HIS, whether we embrace that or not.

Audio: Really His

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Sivion announces “Dark Side of the Cocoon”

Sivion and Illect Recordings announce the upcoming release Dark Side of the Cocoon.

Sivion’s Dark Side Of The Cocoon is a record about struggle, uncertainty, failure, pain, and redemption. The overarching theme is “love” as seen through the lens of growth and patience developed from adversity and challenge. Sivion delivers passionate words with soulful melodies to the organic, fluid, and emotionally-charged music compositions of German beat-smith, Sebastian Hochstein of the crew, Scribbling Idiots. What results, is a heartfelt collection of works that display transparency at a level not previously seen by Sivion. The door is open, waiting for you to accept the invitation to come in.

Though the butterfly lives a life of absolute freedom and beauty, the caterpillar enters the darkness of the cocoon faithfully holding onto the hope of attaining this same freedom. And so, each of us must enter the darkness of our own cocoon…,” Sivion shares.

Dark Side Of The Cocoon Track list
1. Darkness
2. Burn
3. Alone
4. All In
5. Pendulum
6. Stand
7. Relax
8. Really His (feat. Krum)
9. Darkness (Instrumental)
10. Burn (Instrumental)
11. Alone (Instrumental)
12. All In (Instrumental)
13. Pendulum (Instrumental)
14. Stand (Instrumental)
15. Relax (Instrumental)
16. Really His (Instrumental)

Dark Side of the Cocoon releases October 6, 2017 via Illect Recordings.

Pre-order limited edition Vinyl or CD packages at Bandcamp to receive exclusive bonus tracks & remixes.

Also available at other download and streaming outlets including:

Apple Music
Google Play
Vinyl + CD

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