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theWHOevers “NYNM”

theWHOevers celebrate the release of a so fresh so clean new website — thewhoevers.com — with a brand new tune for your chill vibes playlist: “NYNM”. Both J. Arthur & DotKom do their thing with the verses and even share some local love throughout (I am now instantly craving some Maxwell’s hot dogs.) Maybe also because it’s 2pm and I haven’t eaten lunch yet.

Anyway, the beat also rides smoothly with the outro standing out and inspiring a repeat listen. J. Arthur put another nice one together there. Enjoy and find out more about “NYNM” below, accompanied by more amazing photo edits/artwork from @KnowPassion up top.

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Dan Kanvis “Never Too Much” f/ theWHOevers [Music Video]

Dan Kanvis (formerly DK) is an artists of several talents. He is the curator of the monthly Heavy Rotation event series at Tonic Room. He’s also a dope emcee that delivers us his latest visual “Never Too Much” as Kavis makes his directorial debut. The SpazzbotEXE production is a laid-back, and easy going track that you can vibe and is also a great summertime anthem as we transition into the fall.This is also the first single to Dan Kanvis’ forthcoming project “Windows”.

J.Arthur f/ DotKom “What’s It Gonna Be”

Get this now for your end of summer playlist, simply put.

Together, J.Arthur & DotKom make up theWHOevers, whom you’ve most definitely seen across these pages since the duo formed. Today, they join forces yet again but for something separate: J.Arthur’s upcoming solo EP, black&white.

Even just a few seconds in, you’ll have the lightbulb moment as to why because we find J.Arthur, rapper/beatsmith, harmonizing over an addicting guitar melody, soulful horns, and a “hey hey hey!” sample that gives “What’s It Gonna Be” a hip hop edge. Barrio Lopez produces this instant sound for summer vibes with J.Arthur telling that good R&B tale. DotKom appropriately rocks a smooth guest verse to wrap things up, which now sounds in greater contrast compared to his partner-in-crime. I dig the fit and am on repeat listens already. Lookin’ forward to where else J.Arthur explores both sonically and visually for black&white. Keep it locked.

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