Little Vic has a new dope single out that you are all going to want to hear. He keeps is consistently fresh, this time on both the mic and behind the boards. This may be one of my favorite productions from him and of course, his penchant for flipping the English language in rhyme is on display just as brilliant as ever. Enjoy!
Free Enterprise is comprised of emcees Supreme Cerebral and Nowaah The Flood and because I have been away for a majority of the month, I missed out on this track and therefore didn’t even know this was coming. But here you have two ill emcees collaborating with another dope artist in the form of producer, The Kurse. You can hear the ill chemistry in this soulful cut, appropriately entitled, The Gospel. It’s contrasting yet complimentary styles.
When you see that BigBob is on the production you know you are bound to get a banger! And that holds true with this cut featuring Milano Constatine and Mic Handz. You’ve got the organ in the background taking you to the darkest of places with methodical drums for the two accomplished emcees to rock over. Plus, at the end, you get LDonTheCut chopping it up at the end to literally put the finishing touches on a dope track!
Jay Royale links up with Daniel Son for this haunting tune produced by Finn. It’s eerie and threatening in simultaneous fashion. Dopeness that i hope to hear on someone’s forthcoming project.
I am waaaaaaay behind on things but if I can’t get you ready for the Nomad Carlos and Farma Beats project, Cipher, coming out in a few days then what good am I pray tell? None. Farma impresses with a well layered soulful and jazzy production. Nomad Carlos’ voice cuts through the production distinctively making definitive ‘progress’. This project should be a highlight just like the single!
Napsndreds and The Bad Seed drop another single off of their forthcoming album, The Return Of Biggs & Wayne, and it’s that dopeness that will make you crave for some more music from the duo when backed with fiya produced by Kelz With Tha Heat (that seems pretty appropriate after listeing to this track).
New joint from Serge Severe which is an autobiographical narrative as to how the artist made his climb to the position that he is in today. It’s a soulful joint, and it has an ethereal quality to the music. Severe is doing what he does best and that’s connecting with people through music. He is giving you something you can relate to in the most beautiful of ways. Reyna Mallare plays the songstress and producer Haze Felix laces the beat.
I missed this Little Vic track from over a week ago, but it deserves A LOT of love. This joint produced by Erick Sermon is sounding all sorts of epic! Sermon’s production here is nothing short of remarkable. I love the horn sample and the drums hit hard. Vic then demolishes the track with wordplay that only he’s capable of putting together. I mean he is flipping on names on this track that will have you rewinding and playing back again. You can’t say that about too much material these days!
Ill Bill and Stu Bangas have a project dropping this coming Friday, Cannibal Hulk. This is a single from that very project that features longtime collaborator and friend, Goretex. It’s dark, creepy, and maybe even a little sadistic…which is alright with me.
Oh yea! Diabolic is back and as ruthless as ever when on the mic. He has so many quotables it’s hard to keep up with and I have been a fan of his from probably over a decade ago. And he feels right at home flippin’ on this production from Vanderslice. That’s a good thing considering they have an album called Collusion dropping on April 12th.