New Music | Futuristic – F*ck You Mean (Official Music Video)

I know that I’m a huge house fanatic, but every now and then I’ll throw on some hip-hop & chill out. But if you’ve read my blog in the past, you know I’m all about finding artists that aren’t quite famous, but they have music that is worth checking out. Sidenote: Remember, if you happen to be a musician, filmmaker, designer, etc and have something worth showing to the world, then feel free to send it my way & I will blog on. Email me at:

Okay, now that we’ve covered that, lets get back to topic of this post, Futuristic. So since I’m always running across new artists, you might recall that not too long ago I wrote about Futuristic (Mr I Had To Do It), an upcoming rapper from Arizona. He’s had the opportunity to share the stage with MGK, Yelawolf, Afroman, E-40, Yung Berg, Sean Kingston, YG, Snoop Dogg, and the New Boyz. He has been making quite the name for himself, and his latest track “F*ck You Mean” is one that you can’t help to listen to it.

The beat is dope! But not only does the song have a good beat, the video is pretty hilarious & as usual Futuristic does his thing with the typical swag that basically resonates with his slogan, “Mr I Had To Do It.” I don’t know what he had to do, but whatever it was…he did it.

Peep the visuals for Futuristic’s “F*ck You Mean” below & be sure to cope his album Dream Big when it drops on February 19th.

More on Futuristic and his music at his official Facebook page,

©Jasmine McGee.ThinkSoul25.

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DJ Le Baron feat. Heidi Vogel – Show Me The Way (BBwhite Lovefull mix)

Not really sure how I ran across this track, but when I heard the soulful intro I knew I had to post it.

The track is a nice soulful tune from DJ Le Baron & it features the vocals of Heidi Vogel. The name of the track is “Show Me The Way” and the BBwhite Lovefull mix is the version you need to be listening to. It’s not really a deep house track, but a little more on the soulful side; driven by vocals and the piano.

Have a listen to the track below, and be sure to check out some more vocals from Heidi Vogel. I haven’t heard of her before, but she is a UK based singer that has the chords to elevate this track to that pure soulful level.

©Jasmine McGee.ThinkSoul25.

Spoken Words | Boddhi Satva feat. Osunlade & Athenai – “Flesh Of Your Flesh”

When it comes to house music that has an organic/native vibe, I tend to opt for a track from Osunlade or Boddhi Satva.

Both producers have a knack for crafting house tracks that usually have an organic vibe (especially when they incorporate African vocals.) One of my favorite house songs that features that atmosphere of nature/native elements is “Warriors of Africa (DJ Le Saint Remix)” by Boddhi Satva & Fredy Massamba. 

“Warriors of Africa (DJ Le Saint Remix)” is an awesome track worth checking out, but the latest track from Boddhi Satva features Osunlade & Athenai; a track that is worth listening to repeatedly. The song is called “Flesh of Your Flesh,” and it’s a house song that captures that organic vibe, yet is brought to life with beautiful spoken word (lyrics & notes for the soul.)

The track is such powerful message for the soul, especially when it comes to dealing with pain, regrets, and family ties. The song is about a woman who is addressing her father and admitting that she is the flesh of his flesh, but she is different. Her path is written by God, and her decisions are going to be hers to make.

When I listen to the track it just touches my soul. It makes me want to dance (of course, it’s house) but it also touches my soul. It makes me thing of my family and the ancestors before me; decisions made & and the things spoken & unspoken. Many people try to differentiate themselves from their parents, especially if they made bad decisions. But at the end of the day we are the flesh of our parents flesh, but that doesn’t mean we will make the same mistakes as them. Yet, even if we do make the same mistakes, we still have to remember that we still have to realize and admit that we are often of flesh of their flesh. So no matter what, we’ve got to proud of where we come from.

I’m proud of where I come from and I’m proud to be the flesh of my parent’s flesh, but at the end of the day I’ve got my own path, my own life, and my own journey to take. Luckily I look up to my parents and the path they have walked, but I’m still on my own journey of discovery. Yet the journey is copacetic because my parents gave me insight that I can hold onto years. So at the end of the day, I’m thankful for everything my parents have done for me thus far, and how they continue to inspire me daily to find my own path.

©Jasmine McGee.ThinkSoul25.