DJ Illegal of the Snowgoons linked up with Side Effect for a new project this past Halloween called, Musica De Los Muertos. There’s something a little maniacal in the lyricism, music, and the visuals. It’s a little like an audible walk through a distorted funhouse. Enjoy!
WateRR is quickly becoming one of my favorite artists. His voice and delivery is just unique. He has a gravel to his tone, but an effortless flow…hence his moniker perhaps. Here’s his channeling Mashawn Lynch for the track, Lynch’n, off his collaborative project with Doc Da Mindbenda, Chinese WateRR Torture, which is out now. The track fuses both smooth and raw elements of hip hop for audible splendor, and if you like this one you are going to love the other two tracks off the short project. The title track is absolutely amazing in my humble opinion.
Here we have an aggressive single from Fortunato backed by a hard-hitting, frenetic symphony by Scopic. The song knocks from all angles. From a lyrical perspective Fortunato demonstrates a rapid-fire flow and delivery that is chocked full of rewind moments.
This song can be found on his new project, MDCXVII.
Apollo Brown and Joell Ortiz have a new collaborative album out called Mona Lisa which is quite dope. This track, Cocaine Fingertips, is not just given the video treatment, but more or less the cinematic treatment. Brown drops a tight beat in stealth mode with Ortiz painting some ill lines with his super refined flow, all mingled in this video between a Pablo Escobar-esque story line.
Very entertaining….COP THE ALBUM.
Here’s the second video single from the outstanding album from Def3, Small World, produced entirely by Late Night Radio. This track is one of the more uptempo and fun tracks from a great album that is filled with dopeness and positivity. If you love hip-hop, and I know you do, you are going to love this cut and this album.
Blaq Poet is back and bringing you that hardcore New York sound live and direct into your speakers! Poet has that grimy street hip-hop on lock and these two cuts are sure to knock for the masses.
Awar gives two tracks from his album, Spoils Of War, the cinematic treatment with a combined visual single. I listened to the album yesterday and it’s all the way dope. But these two tracks are among my favorite. I just really feel the lyricism and the vibe these joints provide. Dope and relatable. These tracks are produced by Vanderslice and Jake One respectively.
This video is pretty damn awesome! Frank B. released some definitive illness and visual amusement when Space Ghost and his reality collide for this track which is produced by Git Beats. The perfect trip dreamscape. Dope, clever, and inventive.
I am really anticipating his project…Let Me B Frank.
I honestly can’t get enough of Mooch’s new EP, Heroin Farms, which was produced entirely by FarmaBeats. Every song is potent on this project, and Can’t Relax is just another illustration. Mooch is going for the win, and when you are in for the success…you simply can’t relax. Da Cloth has mad some serious moves this year and the entire team is poised for that success.
Here’s another video single from DJ Muggs and Roc Marciano’s album, Kaos. This song just sound, looks, and feels like nostalgia. Muggs lacing the vibe with some dusty jazz flavor while Marciano fills in the gaps with a flow and rhymes completely unique to the industry. This collaborative project was a genius move. The two artists fit so well together.