The Chicago spitfire returns with a new single.
Alternate/Endings is shaping up quite nicely.
According to Prefix Mag, Sacramento-based producer Lee Bannon and New York upstart Oscar O'Malley are joining forces for a 13-track project. No other news outside of that has been released, but as a long-time supporter of Bannon and an early fan of Oscar, this news is dumb exciting to me and I can't wait to hear what they come up with.
Celebrating his new signing to Ninja Tune, the Sacremento beatmaker producer released his Place/Crusher EP. A 22-minute, one-track journey that spirals in and out of genres with some vocal assistance from Poliça, clpng and our main man Sunni Colón. Take a listen below, download here (or purchase here) and get ready for his Ninja Tune full-length,
On this episode of “Rhythm Roulette” Mass Appeal is joined by Sacramento-born producer Lee Bannon. Lee’s been showcasing his production skills alongside rappers like Souls of Mischief, Ab-Soul, Strong Arm Steady, The Alchemist and more recently Joey Bada$$ and his Pro Era clique. Outside of hip hop, Bannon has been experimenting with drum and bass
With his Summer Knights EP originally slated to be released to the masses today but will instead be pushed back to a later date, Joey Bada$$ doesn't leave us hanging and gives us the Lee Bannon-produced "95 Til Infinity." PREVIOUS: Joey Bada$$ Debuts New Verse Off His Summer Knights EP (Video)
As the freaks begin to come out, Lee Bannon puts us at ease with his latest instrumental project. The follow-up to last month's Caligula Theme Music features darker vibes and a web of noise to get caught in. In other words, a perfect way to end the night. Stream below then hit Bannon's Bandcamp page
After revealing on Twitter that his PNCXX Tour with Travi$ Scott would be postponed, Casey Veggies made it up to everyone by offering up some new music. Here's the Lee Bannon-produced "Money Don't Buy Time." PREVIOUS: Casey Veggies – Young N*ggas f. Juicy J
On the latest track from Lee Bannon, we're taken on a dark ride through the Sacramento producer's macabre world. Lee Bannon's "Rellahmatic" licks at the nape of your neck with a scaly black tongue. It whispers distorted incantations, transforming as there spoken and disappearing into nightmarish memory. Is this hiss from the darkness real, or
Now that Blu's NO YORK has officially been released, Lee Bannon puts his twist on track five.