Wow. I was caught off guard by this and really am not up to par on The Shelter. But they made an indelible impression. The combination of tracks on this video single, Deadlift and Magic Johnson, really prove a point that their project, Opus, is something we ALL need to check out. I haven’t listened to the album yet but I did cop it. It’s also put out by Soul Spazm and that label has never done me wrong.
Planet Asia and 38 Spesh prove to be a deadly combination throughout their collaborative project, Trust The Chain. And the video for Winter Time is just that…a cold cut. Enjoy!
This is a video combo single from the Snowgoons’ recent album, Snowgoons Infantry. It’s two dope tracks mashed together to showcase some of the talent that’s contained on their many highly regarded projects. The first track features (once again) Recognize Ali, Lord Goat, and DJ TMB. The second cut features bars from Ren Thomas who is just vicious with his sixteens these days.
This track from Kut One’s new project, Live Wires, is sheer and unadulterated fire. The strings and symphonic sound build such an amazing intensity and it features one of my favorite emcees in Recognize Ali. It’s a fire starter to be sure.
It’s my favorite track from the project but certainly not the only dope one. The whole thing is insanely good. It was honestly tough to pick a joint to feature so do yourself a favor and cop the whole thing!
I just happened to come across Enels new album, Forgotten 2, and it has a lot of gems on it. It was a really good project which I can easily encourage others to check out. Lots of great beats and rhymes, with solid guest spots throughout.
In order to fuel your curiosity, I am going to share with you one of my favorite cuts.
Holy shit! This is super dope! I am highly anticipating this album from Jamo Gang, Walk With Lions, even more so now! The combination of El Gant, Ras Kass, and J57 seems like an unstoppable force and you and this cut is a prime example. This track defines ferocity. J57 puts together a head nodder that infuses a rock rhythm into some boom bap and Gant and Ras Kass put on a verbal demolition for all of us to hear.
Album drops on April 10th!
365 is given the visual testament as a tribute to Apollo Brown’s project, Sincerely, Detroit. Here you have that vintage Apollo Brown sound incorporated around wordsmiths, Ro Spit, NameTag, and Ty Farris. And I find myself really focused on Farris’ sixteen as his cadence really keeps you on the hook here.
Make sure you have this project in your collection!
I can’t just drop a few posts and ignore the combination of talent represented in M-Dot on the rhymes and the legendary Pete Rock on the production! This song represents insane levels of skill on several tiers. It’s intense and unrelenting and an unveiling of what is sure to be one of the best projects to drop this year in egO anD The eneMy 2: A Dissolute Paradise. This is to serve notice, that the project is coming to fruition and you should keep your ears peeled!
This is the short Lil Fame solo track from the joint venture with the late and great Sean Price, Price Of Fame. And with Fame you always get that high energy microphone mastery this time over some amped horns produced by the man himself. Definitely check this project from 2019 if you have not already.
Fastlife and Madhattan drop off the visuals for the single Chopt, from their recently released album, No Politics. You also get bars from Nems which is always a bonus around these parts.