New single from Eff Yoo teaming up with Fastlife over some heat from producer The Kurse, as they keep the pressure on with yet another banger from their project, Spicaso Dos. Eff and Fastlife prove to be a nice combination as their flows compliment each other quite well. And The Kurse remains unable to pigeon holed with his production talents, in a lane all his own.
New single from Supreme Cerebral’s forthcoming project, Gaddafi. This time linking up with Hus Kingpin for some bars over production from Slum Lord. Both of these artists really embody the message: “where talent meets hardwork”. They really have put in a great deal of work reflecting their God given talents. It’s only fitting their drop a cut together to close out the year.
Here’s a dope, tough track from artist Lee Ricks, with production from BigBob. First, the beat just knocks. It’s got that dark and ominous vibe with the strings and the bell. And Ricks has some serious bars. I am eagerly anticipating their collaborative project, Beats For Breakfast.
Spoda and Whavy Da Gawd connect again for another solid single. Whavy finds the perfect rhythm equipped with a strumming bass line and guitar licks. Spoda then lyrical stalks on this creeping production. He’s got a really nice flow and presence when spitting his bars and so far shows some real consistency in the music he is putting out.
Producer AJ Munson has a project called Cigarettes & Coffee dropping on January 7th with an assortment of dope artists. Two of those artists are Ruste Juxx and M-Dot…and they do their thing over his soulful production.
Here is my favorite joint off of Eto and Vinyl Villain’s new release, New Crack Era. Holes In The Sand has an incredibly dark and dope vibe to it. Eto flips some darkness without leaving even trace evidence. What’s beef? Eto and the Villain keep you in the loop with this dope track.
Check the whole EP!!! It’s dope!
Producer RobertDeniro drops a heater from an upcoming project, Galesi Brescia, featuring verbals from Madhattan. Beats and pen game straight off a New York street corner.
I don’t have any information for the project but I will share when I know. DeNiro’s name has been buzzing as of late so I am guessing we are going to be hearing a lot more from the man in 2019.
B.Dvine connects with Goretex for some heat over production from Sean Strange. Strange puts some strings together that sometimes set a frenetic pace for the aforementioned emcees, as they stay true to…The Recipe.
Here’s a single from Curly Castro’s forthcoming album, Tosh which is dropping on December 14th. Ital-You-Can-Eat is a creative and eclectic blend of talent that just comes together and an impeccable blend. You’ve got a master of musical fusion in Blockhead concocting a production that is reggae-asian-hiphop infused. And then you add bending lyricism from Castro and billy woods to the mix, and your palette is set. Enjoy the feast!
Spoda is someone we haven’t featured on our pages before but I saw a wealth of talent demonstrated on this single Homicide produced by Wavy Da Ghawd. The horns with the gritty feel of the track create the canvas needed for Spoda “make a killing” on the mic, and that’s exactly what he does. We will look forward to hearing more from him as an artist.