A fan favorite, Skeezo, is back at crafting some newness by releasing, not one, but two singles. No Seeds is a track that is completely smoothed out with some saxophone laced production by Ruen, while Full Moon has a little more bounce to it. Both tracks feature some very focused lyricism from Skeezo, who seems even more poised then ever to take audio waves by storm.
One of my all time favorite emcees is back with a single from his forthcoming album, Gold Standard. If I could use one word to describe Supastition it would be ‘authentic’. When you listen to his music you are getting the real deal…his thoughts…his music…his vision. This track, Flawless, produced by Praise, sounds like a celebration of lyrical integrity to me. Also, a special set of props is deserved for that Great Kabuki line….(I know most of you won’t get that one…)
Rome Cee is back with some new music and this is something to vibe to in a dark room while plotting on improving some things. Producer, Ancient Soundz, crafts an Asian inspired instrumentation so that Rome Cee can hit the listener with a deluge of crisp and poignant lyricism.
His new project, Sevencees, is dropping on May 28th.
Wow. It’s been a minute since I had seen a Donny Goines project. I am really glad to see he has a new project, Gala, out now. The project is not based upon length (it’s only three tracks long) but more on the potency of the music. The track Settle Down demonstrates Goines’ heartfelt execution over dope rhythms provided by J.Cannon.
Cool FD does his thing by blending soul and boom bap into sublime fusion while Mic Handz and Ali Starr bring their rhymes front in center in the ‘High Definition’ fashion. The two emcees sound like they’ve been rocking mics together for the longest while in truth, this is there first cut. I hope this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes this union of skill. This is most definitely a live track.
This is an incredibly dope song from Estee Nack and Purpose from the soon-to-be-released album, 14 Forms: The Book Of Estee Nack. There is so much to love about this track. The production with the piano keys creates a somber soundscape for incredibly introspective lyricism about time and how it relates to our lives. The word weaving and knowledge dropping is certainly a few steps above the rest.
The album drops on June 23rd.
The original Jedi Mind Tricks team is back at it again with Stoupe and Vinnie Paz reuniting for their forthcoming album, The Thief and the Fallen. Deathless Light finds the two once again in perfect step crafting some dark and devious imagery.
The new album will hit shelves on June 2nd. Mark it on the calendar.