“I’m just a product of stories untold…” and so the song goes. Foul Monday and SPNDA go in over some dope…almost troubador-esque production from Prete Rosso which is pretty fitting. Really nice joint to share with you on this Saturday.
This is what the world needed right now…K-Beta connecting with DJ J-Scrilla for this fire yet, deeply personal and introspective track. Which really, in turn, makes it even more personal. This make is some extremely powerful material that Beta is talking about here, and Scrilla utilizing this Styx loop over these drums really conveys the point.
Can’t wait to hear more.
I didn’t get to post this video a week ago, but I am still going to be sharing it because it’s that kind of dope people need to hear. You’ve got Rigz and Milano Constatine paying homage to the legend Big L with this short but compelling joint. Constatine laces a nice beat for Rigz who really represents. This joint goes hard.
Don’t confuse talent with pride, that’s just your ego / At once side you can dunk a little, but lack a free throw.
Reks and Little Vic get busy over a fresh production for the single, Reversed Latin. The lyricism and cadence of each emcee is complimentary, making this short track packed with quotables such as this one from Vic.
You ain’t got no fucking power here / Try to wrestle my thoughts , leave em’ cauliflower ear
Muggs and Eto linking up proves to instantly be an ill combination. Muggs is lacing up something that can best be described as sinister, with this latest production, and only made more so with the visuals. Eto, meanwhile, is making an early push for busiest emcee in the business. He is bringing a gritty fire to this track.
Hells Roof is the forthcoming album, and this has all the trappings of something great.
First single from Waterr and Farmabeats new project which is dropping on 02/22/2019. This is smooth and yet haunting at the same time. Waterr and guest Ty Farris navigate the dark corners of Farmabeats’ production, with survival tactic and the differential for what it takes to make it in the hustle.
I just listened to this album last night and was reminded how much I love Locksmith’s flow. His introspection and observational lyricism puts him in a class by himself. He and Benton are a really great pairing.
We always promote Nutso and his music. 2018 was a really quiet year for one of our favorite artists but he’s already setting a dope tone for the new year. If you haven’t been in the know…get familiar!