John Jigg$ and producer BP have one of the best EP’s of 2021 on their hands with the recent release of The Madness. And here we have the video single of the title track featuring, A-F-R-O. Every track on this album knocks and is consistent with what you hear here with the single. This track is fun, maniacal, sophisticated, and lyrically stacked. I also really love the neon visuals. Very well done all around.
This track has been out for a while, but I simply have to post it. Better late than never and this head simply has to be recognized. Spit Gemz and Eff Yoo combine talents to form Rikers Island Boxing School. And these guys have a vicious spit game that they are bringing to the future on this track, Rifle Experts. They are surveying the post-apocalyptic landscape of Queens in 2099. And they visit courtesy of the production of Project Porter. This is a dope track that signals a dope project is on it’s way.
The prolific and timeless JMT frontman, Vinnie Paz, has yet another project on the way, seemingly adding to his mounting musical legacy. Burn Everything That Bears Your Name is the title of the album, and that is dropping on April 23rd. For this particular track, Paz, joins forces with producer extraordinaire, Stu Bangas. And they cook up a high energy joint that is sure to appease fans. Enjoy and mark the date!
Daniel Son and Cuns linked up for a new EP, and this joint can be found in the line up. Daniel Son delivers a fire sixteen over this dope production that build from Karate Kid movie samples into controlled burn. These artists never disappoint, and they are not bound to start now. Check out the project, Dojo.
M-Dot gets a little crazy over this C-Lance beat, and too me it sounds like he’s having a lot of fun going maniacal. He sounds as sharp as ever flipping on the off-kilter tip. He enjoys playing with razor sharp object…bars my friends….bars.
Be on the lookout for more material throughout the year. This man is relentless.
Days Are All The Same is my favorite M-Dot track…period. This track resonated with me when it dropped four years ago. It hit me again when M-Dot released an animated video for the joint. And this time you get a new video re-rendering of the same dope music. This is one of those joints where everything just comes together…the meaning…the lyrics…the flow…and the superlative production from Hi-Tek. I love this joint.
A dope cut from Jamal Gasol’s project, The Ghost Of Fritz. It’s a smooth joint citing the times he was doubted, overlooked, or people attempted to hold him back. In spite, Gasol has been consistent in dropping dope music over the course of the years. Definitely a pillar in the independent hip hop scene.