Jay Royale seemingly only makes heat rocks. He had that one joint with Kool G Rap earlier this year that was total flames, and then this joint, The Wise & Lakid, he’s got Havoc dropping some heavy bars. And this production from Ray Sosa very much has a 1990s Mobb Deep flavor. And the pen game proves razor sharp on both ends of these sixteens.
Ty Farris is back with the video single for the title track to his new project, Pain For Ya Vein. And if you don’t know by now Farris has bars for days. This song is relentless in his abilities, and shows why he’s one of the most sought after features in the last few years. Definitely cop the new project along with his discog. Ill without fail.
They used to laugh when I was loungin in last but I outworked them and I polished my craft now these rappers talking about a collab
M-Dot and company fired this video single off to me, and it’s super fresh. German production team, SoulRocca, provide and excellent and energetic backdrop for one of our favorites to sink his teeth into. I say this all the time, but the track Toil again hits this note for which M-Dot is famous. It’s that hard work infused with talent that sets him apart bar by bar from others. Love this joint.
And you can hear more from SoulRocca off their new album, In Good Company. A lot of dope features on there and you can hear the talent from behind the boards.
Terror Van Pooh and Vinny Idol are back at it again, but really did they ever slow down? Emcee, Leanah Cane, also drops a quick sixteen over this frenetically paced production. The production actually gives the sense that verbal shots are being fired from all angles. Another dope track continues a track record where that has just become the expectation.
Q-Unique proves that he can do it all with his new track, Torch Them All. He produced something special with that sitar , along with writing some verses that induce a scorched earth policy.
Here’s an ominous heatrock from Che Uno, and his recently released project. FUEGONHIGH. King Bondalero concocts a beat that just sounds grimy and dark. The bassline just says you should turn off the lights when listening to this joint. And the contrasting styles of New Villain and Che Uno play really well off of each otther for this song, Chariots.
People are not talking enough about this Johaz and Nottz collaboration that dropped a few weeks ago entitled, The Haz Orphanage. This track is bananas and Nottz continues to etch his name in hip hop lore as one of the top producers period. I love the samples and sound he builds here and Johaz delivers a lyrically energetic and impressive performance.