Artist: Astro Vandalist
1. DV alias Khryst – Astroduction
2. D-Strong – The reaper
3. Declaime feat Georgia Muldrow – Helicopters
4. Rasco – Live & learn
5. Blaq Poet feat Born Unique – In the danger zone
6. Ruste Juxx – Viking verses
7. Dro Pesci – Keep it street
8. Sadat X feat Nine – Nomical
9. Dirt Platoon – Bellyache
10. Born Unique – Dirt naps
11. El Gant feat Shabaam Shadeeq – Vandetta
12. FT feat Godsunz – Astro beast
13. Akbar – Off the grid (OTG)
14. Beneficence – Up in ya era
15. El Da Sensei – Bars & boastin’
16. John Robinson – Music never ends
17. Maylay Sparks feat DJ Too Tuff – Tally up
I am going to start featuring one album from the previous week every Monday because there is so much good music that I believe is going unheard. And this album from French producer, Astro Vandalist, is something that you guys need to be made aware of. It’s 17 tracks of unadulterated and potent hip hop. The beats really hit hard and you can see by this lineup of emcees that there are some heavy hitters on here.
Check out and cop the whole thing as it is worth every penny, but here are my favorite tracks if you want a sampling!
In my mind, Mooch has one of the nicest flows in the game right now. He assembles his bars with the best of them. On the track, Look At Me Now, he shows you what’s what on his way to the position that he maintains right now. Da Cloth brethren, Rigz, provides the chorus.
Producer AJ Munson has a project called Cigarettes & Coffee dropping on January 7th with an assortment of dope artists. Two of those artists are Ruste Juxx and M-Dot…and they do their thing over his soulful production.
Here is my favorite joint off of Eto and Vinyl Villain’s new release, New Crack Era. Holes In The Sand has an incredibly dark and dope vibe to it. Eto flips some darkness without leaving even trace evidence. What’s beef? Eto and the Villain keep you in the loop with this dope track.
Check the whole EP!!! It’s dope!
From the highly acclaimed album, Future Former Rapper, Zilla Rocca releases the visual for his track, Make The Sickness, Sell The Cure, featuring the incomparable Curly Castro dropping some bars and providing the chorus. Not everyone is going to get this song, and if you don’t…then it’s not for you. I think you have to be from a certain era to understand what is meant by “….my hip-hop is dead“.
Check out the album, and also be aware that Curly Castro’s project, Tosh, drops this coming Friday.
New video from Main Flow and Mil’s album, Sound of Silence. It’s got a mellow flow and vibe to it, but Main Flow isn’t playing around on the mic. He is bringing you the heat in the coldest of seasons, so if provoked to the extend…you Already Dead.
Here’s another tough track from Vinnie Paz’s album, The Pain Collector. The track is co-produced by C-Lance and Rob Viktum. Paz is constantly giving you the real and we would expect nothing less….he delivers just that here.
Milano Constatine and Oh Jay’s album, Attache Case, is certainly a standout from this year and here they release one of the smoother tracks from an otherwise pretty gritty endeavor. So enjoy The Main Event, you are most certainly invited to the show…
Cop the album fools!
Producer RobertDeniro drops a heater from an upcoming project, Galesi Brescia, featuring verbals from Madhattan. Beats and pen game straight off a New York street corner.
I don’t have any information for the project but I will share when I know. DeNiro’s name has been buzzing as of late so I am guessing we are going to be hearing a lot more from the man in 2019.
B.Dvine connects with Goretex for some heat over production from Sean Strange. Strange puts some strings together that sometimes set a frenetic pace for the aforementioned emcees, as they stay true to…The Recipe.