This is the best cut off of Gorilla Twins (Nems & Ill Bill) album. I love this beat from Stu Bangas and the way Nems and Bill narrate the ups and downs their lives and careers have taken. Any one who partakes in life can feel this track. Definitely check out this album if you have not already!
Really dope cut off of Craig G’s new project, The Fragile Ego, which just dropped today. There’s a lot to love this track. I love the the production with the flute and precise cuts, which goes hand-in-hand with emcees dope commentary about how so many crave and will do anything the limelight.
38 Spesh is another artist that simply can do no wrong. He surprised us with his latest EP, 6 Shots, and this is a gem from the project. What I think makes Spesh remarkable is that is equal parts producer and emcee, and is remarkable at both. The mans has beats and bars in abundance and every project is something that needs recommendation.
M-Dot has let us into his life as an artist through his music before, but this time you can visually see the endurance it takes to keep up with his kind of grind. It takes not only the talent, but the willingness to sacrifice the things that many of us take for granted, in order for success to be achieved.
And I’ve said it before, not many fuse talent and hustle like M-Dot has for many years. I’m also going to go as far and say this: So many talented artists have folded their tents for as long as I have been writing, but M-Dot is a testament to that necessary resiliency.
Whatever moniker these guys put out their music under, Futurewave, Asun Eastwood, and Daniel Son only drop gems. Ever since they got their sound out a few years ago, their names stay ringing. And we all keep close tabs on when they are going to drop their next projects. So now we have Bite The Bullet, a subsequent offering from last year’s joint, Physics Of Filth (which I still bump steadily). It’s potent material that hip hop fans are going to be sure to love.
This song has a lot of bite behind it! This is my favorite track from BP’s latest EP, The Supreme Seven. This beat from BP knocks doors off hinges. I love the the keys being pushed here along with the snapping drums. And damn…RJ Payne and E Class annihilate the production. These are some insanely tough bars. Probably will be one of my favorite tracks from the year when it’s all said and done. I feel it that much.
Dope song and video from legends Shabaam Sahdeeq and Nick Wiz off of their forthcoming collaborative EP, Cabin Fever. This joint truly knocks and should have any fan of hip hope eager to cop the project when it drops. The strong lyricism and flow over some cascading boom-bap has us yearning for more!
Bad Seed and Reckonize Real dropped their collaborative release, The Smoke EP, not that long ago, and this song illustrates the intensity that you will both feel from the emcee and the producer. Damn. This is a song that takes no shorts…at all.
It should not go unnoticed that over the course of the last couple of years Bad Seed has really upped the octane in putting out dope project after dope project…we see you working!
New collaborative project, Season 7, from Toronto based rhyme slinger, Daniel Son, and French producers DJ Duke and DJ Low Cut. And if you are familiar with just ONE of these artists, you know this project is going to knock. I am well versed in all three, and so copping the project was a no brainer.
Right now, there is few hotter than Daniel Son and he continues on his roll working in the sounds of the boom bap from Duke and Low Cut. So check the cut and the cinematics, then purchase the album!
Off of the new DJ Enyoutee and Starvin B project, Code Of Ethics, which is out now! Starvin B is a highly underrated artist in my estimation. He is a top flight emcee and has an extensive discography to prove that exact point! Check out the project and respect one of the best on the mic! Screwaholic on the beat.
“Can’t handle the bars, bunch of unicyclists”