G FAM BLAK released his project, Foul Features last month and I think you should hear a track off of it. The joint is Kimchi, featuring Slant from Heddshotts. This is one of those tough as nails joints that just slaps hard. I really liked the whole project so consider copping the project!
Free Enterprise is comprised of emcees Supreme Cerebral and Nowaah The Flood and because I have been away for a majority of the month, I missed out on this track and therefore didn’t even know this was coming. But here you have two ill emcees collaborating with another dope artist in the form of producer, The Kurse. You can hear the ill chemistry in this soulful cut, appropriately entitled, The Gospel. It’s contrasting yet complimentary styles.
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.
I usually don’t post freestyles, but the exception to rule is Taboo. There are several of his freestyles that I listen to on the regular and this another that I will add to the collection. His wordplay is unparalleled. So listen to what he does on the Prhyme beat!
Supreme Cerebral is just getting started with 2018, after dropping his God’s Gift project just weeks ago, he unleashes another banger produced by Pete Twist, and featuring fellow beat abuser, Born Unique, to share the mic. This song is just tough. The piano, the drums, and vocal sample by Twist, are an ominous precursor to verbal fireworks.
This is yet another single from Kings Throne 2 which is due out on August 22nd. Mark it on your calendar because all of these tracks have been tough.
Planet Asia is gearing up for another album, Mansa Musa, which is set to drop in a couple of days and since the man can do no wrong, and you love hip hop, this is an auto-cop. Who has consistently dropped more dopeness than Planet Asia over the years? No one has delivered what he has with this type of consistency.
I am pretty familiar with Tone Spliff and surely know Recognize Ali at this point with as many as gems as he’s unleashed over the last couple of years. But it’s about time we all get up on Young Lo. Wait a minute! Check that…Young Lo, is actually an artist that we’ve helped promote sometime ago, when he went by the name Emilio Lopez. He was dope then and it’s really good to hear him doing his thing again. His flow sounds filthy over this Tone Spliff production, casting mumble rappers over the ledge.
Really dope song, hailing from the forthcoming project, Tape Deck Music, dropping in June.