New music from the hard working Ca$ablanca! TITO hits you the piano early on and then the drums come on…but it’s the piano work that give it that ‘feel’ or special vibe. We all know that Ca$a relishes every beat and puts this one to work perfectly, but TITO, who I am not all that familiar with, really illustrates a great mic presence as well. This is just great music! Enjoy!
I am of course late on sharing this but this is my favorite track from M-Dot’s album from 2018, Ego And The Enemy. I assuredly have featured this track previously but now we have the video single released and it narrates (visually) M-Dot’s tale perfectly. I love that they went with the 60s(?) cartoon format to illustrate what sheep people have become and slaves to an invisible standard.
As I have said before…M-Dot encapsulates the trending mindstate without flaw while Hi-Tek creates a most compelling audible journey. Simply an amazing song (and now video)!
I am riding with Chuck N Lock for the evening as you can tell. Here’s another heater from the duo that can be found on the DMT project, Blunted On The Mothership. And if you are going to plot an execution, this is how it should be done. Vinyl Villain provides the soundscape. Enjoy!
Making my triumphant return to blogging after a terrible hiatus that involved the death of my father, I bring you a legitimate headcracker with Chuck N Lock’s EP, Phobias, produced by Hobgoblin. This is is a legitimate vicious piece of work.
I was originally only going to post a single but then realized that the song Geraniums, could not be singled out by itself. So I am going to showcase the whole bloody project. You’ve got Chuck N Lock’s clever and witty lyricism coupled with the notorious head not effect of producer Hobgoblin.
This is dope. Tell me I am wrong.
Fresh video single from Big Shug’s new album, The Diamond Report. It’s a really dope cut that features bars and talent from Boston’s own, M-Dot and Singapore Kane. All different styles with a very consistent message. The age of the ‘real rapper’ is dead so everyone needs to stop frontin’. The production comes from Reel Drama and is a stand out.
Serge Severe is back and rhyming with a razor’s edge with his new project Dream Under Fire. To illustrate the blade with which he cuts we have the lead track from the album, Guillotine Dreams, which features production from Theory Hazit. Every time Severe illustrates the skill…it’s worth peeping the painting.
Mooch and Giallo Point release the video single for the title track to their new project, Dopanese. I am a big fan of this joint and the whole Dopanese project. Mooch has swiftly become one of my favorite artists. He has such flow and command of his rhymes and that couples well with his associate Rigz (who is equally as adept) over these impeccable Giallo Point sounds!
Nomad Carlos made sure I bore witness to his new video single, Duppy Mecca featuring Falcon Outlaw and produced by Inztinktz. I am glad he made me aware. This track is tough! Inztinktz puts together a gem of a beat here. The drums get your head bobbing and our emcees provide testament as to the cost of the street life.
This is definitely something to put on repeat! New project from Nomad Carlos Blxvk Desert dropping on November 20th which is 72 hours away! Enjoy!
Producer L’Orange and emcee Jeremiah Jae put together some pretty poignant music with their recent release, Complicate Your Life With Violence. Behavior Report is a piece of that project. The visuals, along with the music, conveys the message of the indoctrination of violence in war. L’Orange produces with soul, while Jae broadcasts a message through the twists and turns of rhyme. I really felt this album, and if you are a fan of this track, I am sure you will enjoy the project in it’s entirety as well.
This is my favorite track off of Ruste Juxx and Tone Spliff’s new album, Magma. I love the guitar laden riffs that Spliff lays down. It gives the track a nasty and dirty sound. Keeping it grimy. And that’s a great canvas for Juxx and UG to paint on as they are an excellent pairing to keep the suckas out of their circle. The styles really play well off of each other.