Recognize Ali and C-Lance join forces for this illness entitled God Of Doom. And Ali sounds so good over this Lance production. The track has a certain intensity to it which leads to a very aggressive flow from our emcee. I really like the viciousness we have here. And the cuts from Tone Spliff only accentuate that.
Lance and Ali have a project coming out that will undoubtedly be a must-cop for this year.
And if you haven’t done so, make sure you check out our 2018 Artist Of The Year Interview with Recognize Ali. It’s must reading!
Supreme Cerebral does not stop dropping that fire. He is quickly becoming one of the hardest working emcees in the game dropping consistenly and ferociously. And speaking of ferocity…that’s exactly what you get with this Vinyl Villain induced track. This track’s destiny lands as the second single from The Ultimate Mind, set to drop in either June or July.
Oh this joint is that fiya! Quincy Tones laced something epic in my mind here! This beat and that sample are just a ridiculously dope combination. It’s perfect some lyrical roughness from Billy Danze, Lil Fame, and Teflon to rock over. It’s very gully.
And I am super excited for this Danze project, 6 Pack, to drop. I have always felt his verse and long since thought we needed a solo effort from him, and thus we have been duly rewarded.
Enjoy this record!
Grieves’ music always resonates with me. His perspectives on relationships and life just hit home. And this is yet another song of his that I will have on repeat for quite sometime.
I can’t even hear em’ anymore…don’t even make a difference at all?
“I’m just a product of stories untold…” and so the song goes. Foul Monday and SPNDA go in over some dope…almost troubador-esque production from Prete Rosso which is pretty fitting. Really nice joint to share with you on this Saturday.
This is what the world needed right now…K-Beta connecting with DJ J-Scrilla for this fire yet, deeply personal and introspective track. Which really, in turn, makes it even more personal. This make is some extremely powerful material that Beta is talking about here, and Scrilla utilizing this Styx loop over these drums really conveys the point.
Can’t wait to hear more.
Reks and Little Vic get busy over a fresh production for the single, Reversed Latin. The lyricism and cadence of each emcee is complimentary, making this short track packed with quotables such as this one from Vic.
You ain’t got no fucking power here / Try to wrestle my thoughts , leave em’ cauliflower ear
First single from Waterr and Farmabeats new project which is dropping on 02/22/2019. This is smooth and yet haunting at the same time. Waterr and guest Ty Farris navigate the dark corners of Farmabeats’ production, with survival tactic and the differential for what it takes to make it in the hustle.
DZ The Unknown and C-Lance channel the darkness and cook up a witches brew of sobering effect. The dark strings, guitar, and sample provide ample shadow for DZ’s Inner Demons.
I have heard now two songs from the forthcoming project, Observe and Adapt, and I am looking forward to it greatly.
This track is a couple weeks old (nearly) but it’s going to get a proper feature on here because I am really feeling this combination of Lee Ricks on the mic and BigBob on the boards. Ricks articulates the travails of life and BigBob interweaves the iconic AZ song from the 1990s to perfection between bars. LDontheCut providing the scratches. Love this!