Production team Soulslicers are starting to make flames again and I for one am so very thankful for their return. And lookie-lookie who they’ve got to drop some dope bars over their incredibly dope beat…yes, none other than M-Dot.
M-Dot drops the tale of adolescent revenge against a once abusive teacher manifested in adulthood. It’s not something you hear every day. Dope concept. Dope execution.
I can’t wait for the project!
Here’s a really dope cut from artist, Leftside Deafinit . I love how the drums mingle with the classic guitar sample. This Arcitype beat definitely will have that head nodding. You also have a great assortment of lyricism gathered for this track. Leftside Deafinit certainly showcases his gift alongside heavyweight emcees Slaine and M-Dot. It’s life testament…let’s all take note.
After hearing this track I am anxious to hear what more this artist has to offer.
M-Dot jumps on the mic over this superior production from Whatson out of Germany. The two have collaborated on a couple of occasions before and you can really see the mutual appreciation in the craft they way emcee and producer go hand in hand. DJ Access on the cutz pushing this song to the penultimate. Other emcees are served an eviction notice for not paying their dues!
This song is coming off of Whatson’s forthcoming album which has yet to be named but we should all be checking for it! More information will be passed when I know.
Tenacity and D.R.U.G.S. Beats collaborated on the recently release album, Discussions. This particular piece of fire, Twin Dracos, features the accomplished J57 and is my personal favorite track from the album. The appeal is undeniable to hip hop heads everywhere.
Ras Kass, El Gant, and J57 are giving the kids a glimpse of the Golden Era on their latest single from the incredible Self-Titled EP. Remarkably, the project is available for FREE. I mean, I would have bought this project like five or six times over, so the fact you get it for free should speak volumes.
This project is impeccable.
Here’s a single from Cloud City Project’s album, No White Flags, which has been out for a couple of months now and remains exceptionally ill. If you love that hardcore boom bap, this is going to be right up your alley. This beat is like street gospel right here and all of the emcees really deliver the goods on the quality of bars, plus you get that EMS flavor when Revalation knocks out his sixteen.
Artist: Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger (Sutter Kain x Donnie Darko x Apollo Valdez)
Album: Until It’s My Time To Die
- Moments OF Death
- Cocaine Rap (ft. Sutter Kain x Danny)
- Nigh Vision
- Raw Rap (ft. Sediztikk)
- Jedi (ft. Lavar Ave)
- New Jersey Drive Pt. 3
- Trigger Music (ft. Taino)
- Knights Of Doom (ft. Taino)
- Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger (ft. Taino)
- Until It’s My Time To Die (ft. Sutter Kain)
- Slums (ft. Sabowtaj)
- Street Poems (ft. Sabowtaj)
- Bloody Snow (ft. Rhythm Writers)
- Everyday Stuggle Pt 2 (ft. Mike Sanders)
- Cocaine Rap Hanover Remix (ft. Charles Clear x Kaot Kraftsoff x ATRX)
- 2004 (ft. Conway x Black & Dirty White)
- Street Tales (ft. Jakk Frost x Black & Dirty White)
I have always been a fan of Never So Deep Records. So much so, that they even have their own category on this website. But 2017 was a very quiet year for the team musically. Actually it could be said the last couple of years it seemed that there was little music making coming from the camp. As they resume crafting the music that have endeared themselves to so many fans across the globe, it was important for the team to make a big splash in 2018. Hence we have the collaborative effort from Sutter Kain, Donnie Darko, and Appollo Valdez, known as Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger.
M-Dot and Effiscienz? Yes, please! M-Dot is legit at the peak of his game and Effiscienz is THE label right now. It has an outstanding habit of dropping outstanding albums every year. And you know what it did a week or so ago? It dropped the appropriate titled, Out Of Nowhere, that features some of the best doing it right now. DJ Brans on the boards for this one which gives this cut certified status. Enjoy the duo’s music as they run through Paris like nobody’s business.
Well…well…well…DJ Bless and the team are back it again and delivering nothing but music to murk to. This joint is more than just a little vicious. It’s really hard to put into words a description of the production, other than it’s intense. And that fits Donnie Darko and Appollo Valdez’s styles just fine. It’s aggressive and a ‘take no shorts’ approach to music and I expect nothing less from this camp.
Self Titled album drops on January 15th. You have been warned!
This post is a week late in the making from producer Jon Glass’ weekly series. And to be honest, I don’t follow weekly series such as this because I have a hard time keeping up, but this one features favorite M-Dot. So we definitely have to share. Glass utilizes a jazzy piano loop, a soulful vocal sample, and some snapping drums for M-Dot to flip on. And the emcee, goes over the history and formula of separating himself from the pack as an artist. It doesn’t take you long to figure out why.
I hope that Jon Glass makes this series available fo purchase at some point because I would like to hear it in it’s entirety.