Eff Yoo and producer The Kurse release the single, Saturn’s Rings for their recently dropped album, Spicaso Deluxe, which is out now! Everything is great about this track. The haunting production, the bars from both Eff Yoo and Recognize Ali both ring bells, and then you get the scratches from DJ TMB which takes the track to next level in my opinion.
If you love this joint, you really should obligate yourself to check out the album.
Planet Asia is an originator and the style and vision he has shown have been the template for so many artists, and I think it’s about time people give credit to where it is due. He’s been cultivating his sound for almost two decades and remains a gold standard for me and my ear over the years. And he’s back at it, flipping his smooth style along with comrade, TriState, over another delicious treat from Dirty Diggs.
His new album, Keita, is in the works and we should hopefully be seeing that soon.
Here’s some music I wanted to feature from Chicago artist J-Merk. I think the man has a blesssed flow over this DJ Lethal that is supremely demonstrated over this production from DJ Lethal. Definitely peep his new EP, Never Die Eazy, which has a lot of gritty lyrical flavor. I think you guys will enjoy.
Five Steez and producer Mordecai redefine what it means to be on the smooth tip with their latest cut, Dreamer. The title of the song is pretty appropriate as the cut has a dreamscape vibe to it. You can see yourself truly zoning out on music such as this as the rhythm and flow just take you places.
Here’s to enjoyable music!
You know what it is!!! It’s time for that Physics Of Filth (Daniel Son, Asun Eastwood, and Futurewave) project and Baby Tech is the first offering featuring Da Cloth’s Mooch. This production is a bit unorthodox , a jazzy madness, that really allows you to focus on the lyricism of the aforementioned. I am excited about this one!
Here’s a new single from the hitter, Supreme Cerebral, rocking over some unique and haunting production from The Kurse. The contrast between the aggressive flow/lyricism and the easily haunting rhythm is stark but paints a beautiful portrait en totale.
This song is off the forthcoming Cerebral project, Gaddafi, due out in December.
Eff Yoo and The Kurse are back in the lab and cooking up some heat. If you add such chefs as G.S. Advance, Spit Gemz, and Aye Wun to the mix then you have music as food for days.
The Kurse puts together a beat as a blessing for the emcees to launch salvos over. This vocal sample echoes in the background, while there is some savagery occurring on the mic.
I can’t wait for the new project to arrive.
He’s back again with another banger! Ca$ablanca has some fire for you eardrums over some production from B-Sun. As an artist, this man is relentless, releasing a stream of high-quality tracks over the course of 2018. Superior talent continues to produce superior music. You all can jot that down, and associate his name with it.
Here’s a single off of Zilla Rocca’s forthcoming project, Future Former Rapper. The track features rhyme compadre, Curly Castro. The production is pretty unique. It’s a slowed down tempo with a futuristic and almost robotic feel to it. But let’s face it Zilla Rocca has always been an innovator in music, and here is expounding and expanding.
New album drops tomorrow.
Here’s a tight posse cut from the EMS unit off of Kore’s new album, Koreiculum, which is out now for purchase. Kore not only wrote the lyrics to the album but also produced all the tracks as well showing a great deal of talent in doing so. Of course, I am going to partial to this EMS posse cut, not only because of the depth of the talent pool, but the production sticks with you.