Another dope track from the man, Ren Thomas. I love the distorted guitar sample from Nem Nieves. It’s different and instantly grabs your attention and Thomas flows like few others. He has bars for days. I love his flow, along with his creative punchlines, and humor. This joint is coming off of their future collaborative project, Thirty Thr33.
You know the deal! If you see Daniel Son on a track, best believe I am copping and this is no different. This is a collaborative joint with German producer, Renji56, and it’s really dope. The beat has a subdued simplicity but keeps the head nodding with the synth and drums. And Daniel Son NEVER fails to deliver the goods.
Used to sit around waiting for signs stressin’ / You gotta get up and get it…number one life lesson
Ramson Badbonez is a London base producer, and has an album dropping on August 27th entitled, Lead By Example. And here we have the title track featuring Recognize Ali, Skyzoo, and Juxx Diamondz. Heavy on the snare and horn, with this bevy of emcees, this joint is a sure thing. Definitely looking forward to the full length later this summer.
Ohhhh damn…you all are not ready for this…but nonetheless here it is. RJ Payne is one of the most sought over collaborative talents right now. His pen game is just ruthless. And here you have The Tangiers (Benefit and Kaine) inviting him along with M-Dot to trade bars over a track that is also produced by M-Dot. The end result is just spectacular. This joint is exceptional and gets you hype on the abundance of rhyme and rhythm.
This track is coming from The Tangiers forthcoming album, The House Always Wins.
Apathy’s discography takes up quite a bit of hard drive space on my computer with all the projects he has put out and songs he has done over the years. He’s been one of the most consistently dope emcees over the course of the last decade and a half or more. And now, he’s got a new one coming next Friday, Where The River Meets The Sea. We Don’t Fuck Around is the first single from the project and is self-produced with cuts from Tone Spliff. And nothings changed here…Ap’s flows remain razor sharp, while the production is quite dope.
Deuce Ellis teams up Che Noir for this low key banger, Spit Acid. The production is pretty sparse which really allows you to hone in on the bars. There’s some really great lyrics in here…Ellis’ Mukkbang line was a distinct ‘rewind moment’. As was Noirs’….”give a bitch an inch…and they like to drive the car”.
Assassins on deck!
A dark banger from Moemaw Naedon and Calig Contra! I like the dark synth that cascades up and down through the track. It gives the song a ‘demented’ type of vibe that I am sure the artists were going for on here. The bars are equally slanted to the dark side, and along with Lord Goat, these emcees sound good in the element.
This is lifted off the forthcoming collaborative project, Cult Theatre, due out June 3rd.
This track is mad nice! I love what Dray Yard did with the production here. The drum pattern with the staccato strings is the perfect backdrop for the bars that Dango Forlaine, Ronnie Alpha, Iron Lungz, Cochise MC, and Primo JAB spit. Each emcee really drops sixteens in strength. There are no weak bars to be found here!
This track can be found on the forthcoming project, Rugged Gems Made By Rusty Razors, Book II
New single out from Prozack Turner as he touches on relationships and heartbreak. It’s laced with a little bit of soul, and emotion, and a whole lot of skill. Anyone who has loved and lost can appreciate the vibe. I sat and reminisced on a few relationships while rocking this song. Good music…and the following sound advice.
“…never fall in love with potential…”
The Wrecking Crew has a compilation project dropping on June 4th, called Steel’s Kitchen. This is the first offering from that project. PremRock and Curly Castro (ShrapKnel) are joined by Zilla Rocca on the mic as their bars intermingle with an abstract production from DOOF. This is not for the faint of heart, so put your listening caps on for this one!