Single You Out: Zaza God – Heard You (ft. Pro Dillinger & Grea8Gawd) (Prod. Irie-1)

This song is THE joint right now. Wow. I really feel this jazzy boom bap beat from Irie-1. It really hits hard, yet has a melodic appeal. Zaza God, Pro Dillinger, and Grea8gawd all drop some stellar sixteens, but the opening verse (Is this Zaza God? I am guessing so) is a superlative introduction to this artist. From the jump, after I heard him flip the word “king” I was sold.

This is flames.

Single You Out: Comet – Closed Door Meetings

Comet is back with a single (that I missed), Closed Door Meetings, from his upcoming album, Authentic Kloth, with production from Swab. It’s that uncut realness that we would come to expect from Comet. Dope beat, samples, scratches, along with the lyricism give this track those hardened street edges that we love here.

And actually, you can cop the CD from Bandcamp right now and this will hit DSPs in about a week.

Single You Out: Planet Asia & Snowgoons – Metabolism (ft. Flash (N.B.S.)

Planet Asia and The Snowgoons have an album dropping? This is the second single? Well, hell yes! Great combination. One of the best emcees to ever do it teaming up with one of the most influential production units of their time! Metabolism is more of a downtempo joint that allows the listener to focus on the wordplay of guest emcee, Flash (N.B.S.) and PA Medallions. Dope material as to be expected, and excited to see what these legends concoct by way of an album.

Single You Out: Faf – Medaliano (ft. Planet Asia)

Really wanted to share this project from producer, Faf, entitled The Haymaker. It’s a really dope project that I stumbled across and listened to today. I strongly encourage you all to do the same. In order to prompt that listening pleasure, I am showcasing this joint he did with Planet Asia which is that necessary weekend fire. I love how he contorted this Indian music sample, and you can NEVER go wrong with a P.A. Flow. Never…

Single You Out: Midaz The Beast – War I Bring (prod. by Sherm LaRock)

New music from Midaz The Beast, and this time backed by the strength of Sherm Larock of whom I am a big fan. This joint is a straight banger, and being that it’s been out for a few weeks, you are all missing out. LaRock has got those drums, bells, and an ominous “war” vocal sample, while Midaz has razor sharp bars to sever heads. This is one of my favorite joints so far in this early year.