Good grief! Did Rome Streetz just annihilate a 32 bar verse! I believe he did! Wow. That was impressive. And Mooch and Rigz also body this beat from Farma Beats. Da Cloth is just as clutch, as this song is dope.
Rome Streetz new project is dropping on Monday! I am about to check out all the older material. Shit this cut was inspiring.
Stand out cut from Kyo Itachi’s latest album, Rest In Power, featuring hip-hop veterans D.V. Alias Khryst and Lord Have Mercy. This is one of my favorite joints from the album. I love when these two unique voices link up on a song.
Nino Bless throws the establishment under the bus, and orthodoxy to the wind with his new V-Mask Way. Bless has had enough of how the business of politics has been handled, and he’s taking matters into his own hands visually and lyrically.
His rhyme schemes are a problem! Unique and thought-provoking content with a delivery unlike any other.
You can find this track on his new album, Illuminati Reject 2.
Here’s a video single for Priceless Flow, off of Nujerican’s ( Sol Zalez x Joey Dynomite) new project, A La Mala. The joint properly illustrates the skill level of the emcees over some uptempo production from group’s very own Joey Dynomite.
I have copped the project but have not given it an entire listen yet, but look forward to doing so.
This was sent to me as a new single although the video information dates from last year. Whatever, the song is quite dope. It leads me to believe that a new Donnie Darko project is on the way. The production from DJ Bless is as always…remarkable. It’s that hardcore material we have come to love from NSD.
I just fell upon this track from Boob Bronx featuring Eto, and feel like it should be shared. The flows are proper over this nice production. You can find more jawns like this from Bronx’s album, Kings Run Doli, which dropped in February.
Superbad Solace of Timeless Truth, drops a video single for the title track from his recently released project, Sol Controller. It’s that jazzy kind of boom bap that just kind of settles into your eardrums. Enjoy and pick up the project if you are so inclined by testament of this track.
Few are bringing the rough and rugged like Da Buze Brovaz. They are owning the gutta and grimy right now. The production from Gosilla is just plain mean. And that is used in the most flattering way. This track is just nasty and destined for strong replay.
They say this cut is from the album, Niggativity. I can’t find the album out now, but I am hoping it drops soon. This is that fiya!
Here’s a pretty dope track off of JK’s new album, Opinionated Facts, which I am highly inclined to check out after hearing this joint. The beat and the scratching are really fire on this joint. DJ Deadeye is definitely setting a tone here with this one. Flows from JK and Silly Grinn (also on the production) are dope, and Reks is just on his A game with these bars.
If you are a fan of hip hop. You are going to want to check this out!
Son Of G Rap is one of my most anticipated albums this year, ever since I head the first single, Upstate 2 Queens. I loved the way Kool G. Rap and 38 Spesh exchanged their bars over that beat. That song is in steady rotation.
This song is extremely dope in its own right, adding Cormega for the chorus. The emcees go in on the struggle and the survival tactics needed to make it in this day and age. There are a multitude of dope bars and visuals painted on this track. Speaking of the visuals: I am really feeling the animation here. Midnite on the production.
Album drops for everyone on July 20th, and you get the early release on the 6th if you cop the CD.