N.B.S. is vastly underrated in this game. They are so very consistent when it comes to dropping the illness. They always go heavy with that Boom Bap. They prove it once more narrating street tales over a neck snapping DJ Tray beat.
The new album, SwissVets2 should be dropping early next year. CDJ Trayan’t wait!
Here’s the new, new from Copenhagen’s finest hip hop artist, Sicknature. The beat is banging and the rhymes are raw. This track will be found on the new project, Copenhagen Kaiju, which is due out this coming Friday if I am not mistaken.
Twin Eagles is the combination of Sycksyllables and Dephchyld and they really bring their A-Game with this new track entitled, Godflow. And of coarse you add dope production from C-Lance and guest bars from Ras Kass isn’t going to hurt the cause. Very hypnotic production with strong lyrical fortitude is always going to equal a win.
Be on the lookout for more from Twin Eagles…I believe they may have an album dropping on December 7th if the research is right.
New video out from the man Saipher Soze and his accomplice, Finn. It’s lifted off of Soze’s latest album, God Body. It’s one part jazzy boom-bap, and two parts that hardbody hip hop. It’s artists like this that keep it moving and in turn keep hip hop alive.
I didn’t support Tone Atlas’ release, Water To Wine, as much as I should have, so let me make some atonements. It’s a dope release with strong production from ELEMNT. This particular track has a natural street flavor in the same vein as Meyhem Lauren or Action Bronson and the flows that Atlas’ is giving us, sound effortless.
Here’s a super tough track from Boogieman Dela with the man Skrewtape. Just some of that aggressive hip hop music that your are going to blast in the late hours of the evening while cruising the city in your whip. Production comes courtesy of Deet The Beat Machine.
If you are diggin’ it check out Dela’s new EP, Broken Watch.
Some dope material coming off of Stoneface’s forthcoming album, The Stone Age, which is due out this Friday. 4th Dimension features some pretty stellar lyricism from Stoneface and guests Ras Kass and William Cooper. Definitely something for lyrics’ lovers to sink their teeth into.
Very few artists tackle relationships and emotion like Grieves. And the perfect example here is this video for, Faded.
If you vibe with Grieves, then check out his latest album, Running Wild, from where this song comes from.
Here’s some more goodness from Eff Yoo and The Kurse’s EP, Spicaso. In the video, the artistry of the world mirrors that of Eff Yoo’s rhyming precision.
Check the EP!
Nems is back to doing music and you know what that means? This beat is getting bodied. The man is delivering that hardcore street shit…and I mean that quite literally. This man took you to his streets and gave you a sneak peak, visually and lyrically.