Mooch (Da Cloth) – Hit The Deck (Video) (Prod. (Farma)

You already know that if Mooch has some new music out, it’s going to get a proper write up here. And now he’s got Farmabeats back for a Heroin Farms 2 project on the way?! This just made my day. These two make some really dope art. The first project gets played all the time. And they are picking right up where they left off with their lead single, Hit The Deck.

Now is the time of Da Cloth. No getting around it.

Lateb x L.O.B. – The Heat (Video)

Lateb needs some recognition for his album, Undone, with producer, L.O.B. This is the perfect opportunity. And while this is not my favorite track from the album (that accolade goes to the track Grey Sunshine), this is certainly a hot one. Some artists, shouldn’t do their own choruses, but Lateb has the talent and skill to do that effectively, which really enhances the vibe of the song. He does that on several tracks on the album, and gives the project a rich, yet haunting dimension. Check it!

Krum – Halo (Video)

Did I know that Krum and Playdough are the same person? Did I realize and forget? No matter. He was dope before, and he’s just as dope now, dropping great music with great messages. I love the production, the lyrics, and the power behind the track. Really dope cut.

He’s got a new album, DART, dropping on October 26th. I would check for that.

Single You Out: Recognize Ali – Godly Men (ft. Vinnie Paz & Ill Bill)

Recognize Ali is staying busy with yet another release on it’s way, Underground King II. And while that does not have an official release date as of yet, we do get the frist single, Godly Men, featuring Vinnie Paz and Ill Bill, produced by Sultan Mir.

And when ever Rec Ali puts his pen to work you know you are going to get a high quality music. This is certainly no different, only made moreso working alongside these legends.

Single You Out: G Fam Black x P-Ro – Don’t Try Us (ft. Skanks The Rap Martyr)

Man, this track is EXTREMELY flammable. First and foremost, P-Ro, laced a banger! I love how he uses that vocal sample in conjunction with the piano. It gives the track this dark and ominous vibe.

Secondly, I am going to say this for the hundreth time: Skanks is one of the sharpest lyricists in the game. This is the second verse I have heard from him this week where I thought it was one of the top this year. G Fam Black also delivers a barrage of dope lyricism that proves unhealthy for the competition. The trio of artists make this one count to the ears of the fans.

The project, DRAW, is dropping in a couple of days on the 28th of this month so make sure you check for that.

IceRocks x Rome Streetz x MadHattan – Kennedy (Video)

Crossing The Rubicon, is the really dope album from producer IceRocks, featuring a host of talented emcees. Two of those emcees, Rome Streetz and Madhattan, join him on this soulful banger, Kennedy. I love how IceRocks uses this sample to his beckoning while the emcees flip precise sixteens.

Both of these emcees really get it done, professionally. I’ve been listening to ALOT of Madhattan over the last couple of years, and very few have put in the work Rome Streetz is doing over the same time period.

Rasheed Chappell & 38 Spesh – We Outside (ft. Maf & B.A. Badd) (Video)

Rasheed Chappell and 38 Spesh got back cooking in the lab and have a new project on their hands, Checks & Balances. I just copped it yesterday and haven’t given it a full listen yet, but this track probably says it all.

We Outside is another haunting banger produced by 38 Spesh, who I will argue adamantly is one of the TOP producers in the game. Chappell and guests, Maf and B.A. Badd, drop some really impressive bars that show case how dangerous the street corners can really be.

A top choice track for 2021!

Noveliss – Sincerity and Reverence (Prod. by Dixon Hill) (Video)

Noveliss is dropping some knowledge gems over this smooth track from Dixon Hill. I am REALLY feeling this laid back vibe and the energy on the track. Some times music is just built to make you feel good, and this is the case here, while at the same time being layered lyrically in Noveliss’ life perspective, which he articulated perfectly.

He states in the description of the video:

Inspired by the 20th Hexagram in the I Ching: The Ancient Chinese Book of Changes; Observing/Contemplation.

I will have to take his word for it. What I do know is it serves as inspiration to the listener as well.

New album, Book Of Changes, entirely produced by Dixon Hill, is coming November, 19th.