Album: The Messiah Complex
- God’s Watchin
- Raze The Banner
- 6ft Under
- Rum N Coke
- Gladiator Sport
- Can’t Refuse
- Grime Rate
- Mark Of The Beast
Album: The Messiah Complex
Ty Farris is one of my favorite emcees. If I see his name attached to something, I don’t even need to hear it before I purchase. It’s an auto-cop. And this track produced by Thelonious Martin is one of the best I have heard from him and that’s saying alot. I love the production here, as Martin literally laces Farris a beat that sounds like a prayer. And Farris’ bars are unparralelled…
Underground superman I took the lowest (Lois) lane….
Dude is just so ill. His first sixteen on this song is one of the best verses of the year.
The new project, Ramen Noodle Nights, drops on June 8th.
Rome Streetz and Ankhlejohn released a collaborative project that took me by surprise, Genesis 1:27, just dropped a few days ago and it’s HIGH on the list to check out in it’s entirety. This is an interesting pairing here. Rome Streetz has got a very polished way of emceeing and Ankhlejohn has a more grimy appeal and a raspiness that sets himself apart. But over this production from Rare Scrilla…that pairing just works. Dope music.
Evidence invites Boldy James to spit some heat over this slow roller. The two emcees spit on some life narratives and personal mantras as to how they go about their business. This from the The Unlearning Vol. 1, which is dropping on June 25th.
The HRSMN’s album, The Last Ride, is coming on June 18th. For years, this super group was heralded as one of the greatest lyrical gathering of talents of all time. These guys have over a hundred years of rhyme experience in the game, and if you look at their collective careers, it’s easy to see why folks would get excited about the union of talents in Kurupt, Ras Kass, Canibus, and Killah Priest. Legendary by ANY standards. But they never pushed this agenda, and after a long hiatus, they ride again. And as you can see and hear, the skills are sharper than ever, and this video is pretty impressive.
Ea$y Money and Fabeyon team up with Termanology for this banger producer by DJ Supa Dave, from their project, Beyond Ea$y. The three emcees go straight bars over this production that features a rock infused guitar and neck-snapper drum pattern. This joint is furious…and damn…Term closes this out in furious fashion.
Another dope track from the man, Ren Thomas. I love the distorted guitar sample from Nem Nieves. It’s different and instantly grabs your attention and Thomas flows like few others. He has bars for days. I love his flow, along with his creative punchlines, and humor. This joint is coming off of their future collaborative project, Thirty Thr33.
You know the deal! If you see Daniel Son on a track, best believe I am copping and this is no different. This is a collaborative joint with German producer, Renji56, and it’s really dope. The beat has a subdued simplicity but keeps the head nodding with the synth and drums. And Daniel Son NEVER fails to deliver the goods.
Used to sit around waiting for signs stressin’ / You gotta get up and get it…number one life lesson
Ramson Badbonez is a London base producer, and has an album dropping on August 27th entitled, Lead By Example. And here we have the title track featuring Recognize Ali, Skyzoo, and Juxx Diamondz. Heavy on the snare and horn, with this bevy of emcees, this joint is a sure thing. Definitely looking forward to the full length later this summer.