More heat from Nowaah The Flood and Ca$ablanca with production courtesy of The Kurse. The emcees ride this smooth guitar laden track, but deliver a series of tough bars regardless of the tempo. Really feeling what they are bringing to hip hop these days.
Left For Dead is the re-emergence of west coast emcee and artist, Capitol I-Man. Hip Hop heads are going to remember Capitol I-Man as part of the group The Mexakinz. And what we find here with this new song, Buzzard, is that even though it’s been a long time between projects, his lyricism remains sharp. It’s a party, and don’t you dare be a buzz kill.
New project, Company Head Change, is available as both physical and digital.
This video from Pete Flux & Parental has been out for a couple of months but I had just seen it and it’s too dope for me not to present to our audience. The production is smooth while the lyrics are sharp as fuck. They are trying to build some art that’s time tested, and not trying to be a flash in the pan.
I kick the philosophy…you spit the bumper stickers….
I love that line in the chorus! Check out their latest project, Infinite Growth.
Sinical gets to work on the mix with Termanology for this latest video single, Dreams. The production from 1st Official is on some boo-bap/slap your momma type ish. The well positioned Biggie sample take it over the top. You can hear the hunger in the bars from Sinical and Term laces his sixteen like a vet who is only getting better with time.
It looks like this artist has put together a string of dope joints so hopefully an album is going to be on it’s way.
Slaine delivers the video single for the Leedz Edutainment project, Eastern Standard. We are all looking for a source of power, and Slaine takes us through a multitude of options all of which are internal, and not the illusory visions of power that are forced upon us.
Aesop Rock is unlike any other artist. His rhyme schemes are unusual. His wordplay is unorthodox. And by his own admission, the song Klutz, is some stream of thought rhyming without structure, which consequently displays itself in the form of pure genius. You could rewind this track back 100x over and still pick up a line’s meaning that you missed before.
Evidence hits us with a new video single from his amazing album, Weather Or Not. This track, which features Krondon, is super dope. The organ and the keys follow the drums in perfect unison which go hand in hand with Evidence’s trademark flow. Nottz is simply a remarkable producer.
Get this album. It’s Ev’s best to date!
Production team Soulslicers are starting to make flames again and I for one am so very thankful for their return. And lookie-lookie who they’ve got to drop some dope bars over their incredibly dope beat…yes, none other than M-Dot.
M-Dot drops the tale of adolescent revenge against a once abusive teacher manifested in adulthood. It’s not something you hear every day. Dope concept. Dope execution.
I can’t wait for the project!
N.B.S. is a duo known for dropping that boom-bap shit and this time they link up with none other than Tragedy Khadafi. The three emcees add some lighter fluid to an already hot production from DJ Tray.
You can find this joint and a host of other dopeness on the their latest album, SwissVets2.
Snowgoons drop Black Snow 2.0 tomorrow which is a reworking of the original release from five years ago. The album is 36 tracks deep and is loaded with boom-bap and symphonic goodness. This is just a taste featuring member, Sicknature.