RedRum is back with a new video single for their upcoming project, The Messiah Complex, which is due out on May 14th. And they are spitting flames from the dark underbelly of the streets on this new single, Mark of Da Beast. The two emcees will go to any lengths to stop anyone who stands in their way. Nickel Plated is on the boards providing dark ominous shadows. There is a terror on the loose…cop it next week!
Bronze Nazareth and Recognize Ali have this new album out that you need to get familiar with, Season of the Se7en. Both of these artists have established themselves as ‘elite’ in their own craft and they unite to bring you something rather spectacular. As you can hear on the track, God Aura, both artists are bringing that energy to the craft as Nazareth laces a banger with horns orchestrating the way, while Ali fires gritty line after gritty line at you. You certainly need to peep.
Video from Eddie Kaine and Wavy Da Gawd’s project, Twelve 24. And Not A Game is that raw hip hop where Wavy leads with the flute and then hits you with the drums, while Kaine gets relentless with those bars. I’ve been very impressed with Eddie Kaine and always check for his project. You should all be on the same vibe.
Beneficence and Confidence have a collaborative album out now entitled Stellar Mind. I just copped it last night and while I have yet to listen to it in it’s entirety, if it’s anything like this cut in it’s consistency, I am in for an audible treat. Hip Hop in it’s purest essence with El Da Sensei dropping a guest verse to round out the verses. Check it out!
Not many are grinding harder than Ty Farris, right now. He’s dropping an assortment of dope projects with talented producers. Slave In The Night is off of his most recent venture with producer Machacha called, Dark Nights & D Fitteds. This one has a very dark vibe to it and is night stalking music if you get my drift. But the constant here is Farris’ command of the language, and constructing bars in death dosages. This is an artist who can flip on any assortment of production and illustrate what is means to emcee. Check out that project above!
Whooooooo! Yep….Skanks is back with some heat again…and you are going to want to stand by the furnace and warm up because he constantly laces dope sixteens with incomparable bravado and talent. He can be your hero, or your worst nightmare depending on where you stand…I would prefer to be the former. Legend Of The Eyepatch is real and it’s coming in full force once his new album, M.O.S.T., drops…you’ve been warned.
Milano Constantine and Showbiz put the rest of the world on notice as the Cavalli Champ which is the first song on their most recent project., Eating But Still Hungry. If you are familiar with these two artists body of work, I shouldn’t have to say too much here. Milano’s flow is top shelf and to date has not put out anything less than stellar, and Showbiz is a legend beatsmith. So let’s let the word “champ” ring true here.
Nobody is better equipped to talk about what it takes to make it in the game better than M-Dot. All these other artists looking at hip hop with the “fast food approach” but they weren’t prepared or equipped to take it there through hard work. And as the old adage goes…hard works always trumps talent. But with M-Dot you don’t have to split hairs there, you get to see what happens when hard work accompanies talent!
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.