The ill combo of WateRR and DirtyDiggs is back at it with a new single, Lord And Master. This union has proved to makes some incredibly dope music before, and that trend flourishes with this new release. There is something special to behold when WateRR’s deep bravado flows over Diggs’ soulful musical elements. Enjoy!
It’s been a minute since I have heard some new music from Words, so as soon as I saw this I had to give it a listen. And here he is linking up with the very talented and respected DJ TMB and emcees Napoleon Da Legend and Venomous2000. It’s a dope track as could be anticipated and coming off the forthcoming album, The Winterborns.
Some new music that involves the good Brothers M-Dot and Rev is always welcome and they find themselves on the song Big Bossman Tokyo which is produced by Bay Area producer duo, Butch Swim & Tha Anthom. Tha Anthom also handles a sixteen in between the Boston emcees, and all verses hit their mark on this Tekken inspired track.
New Jedi Mind Tricks album is on the way and this is just the precursur! The Funeral & The Raven is up for pre-order now and I know fans of the group and myself are anxious for the release. Very few hip hop artists have stood the test of time in this era as the likes of JMT, and done it by consistently dropping dope music. On Second Hand Smoke, Stoupe unleashes his version of a music box mixed with sharp snares for Paz to spit over.
Nems invites his contemporaries from around Brooklyn to represent their area of Tha Boro. Eddie Kaine, Ill Bill, and Rim all drop bars to showcase their residence off of this joint from the CONGO album which is out now. This joint has a nostalgic feel about as each emcee has a story and perspective to tell. Dope!
Lord Juco and Finn just released their collaborative album, Details, on Golden Era last week. It becomes available on DSP this week. And this is just a meager taste of the soulful vibe that is put on display from the two artists for you. As Juco flips on the comfortability of being around the ones he loves, and love him over some crooning vocal samples. Definitely something to check!
M-Dot’s new single, Decadence, takes us through time when he invites emcees Kool G Rap, M-Dot, and Revalation to drop some verses over a beat from The Might V.I.C. The production, for my ears, harkens back to 1990s, with losts of synth elements, appropriately placed horns, and scratches from DJ Jean Maron applying LL Cool J samples. Each emcee picks takes on a time frame and takes us back to that place from their own perspective. The concept is articulated perfectly and I am positive all will enjoy.
I am not going to mince words here: Savage Souls just released a project called Barbarians, that after first listen I can tell will have an amazing replay value! This EP is grimy and gritty, with dope flows and lyricism, and the sample selection, and how they are utilized by the production team, is the best in recent memory through the course of an entire project. Set It Off, produced by Vanderslice, is a really dope track as you can tell, but may just be the tip of the iceberg.
DEFINITELY check this project out. Certified HHD MAX endorsement
New single from Jamil Honesty, featuring Mickey Factz and produced by JSoul and then you get the chops from one of the greats in my opinion, DJ Grazzhoppa. This is just areally great track featuring all the things that can make a hip hop song exceptional.
This is coming off of Honesty’s forthcoming album, The Greatest Dope.
Chuck N Lock have got a new joint out, Upper Decker produced by Sproot, and the results are dope as to be expected. The emcees have that distinctive flow and lyricism that differentiates them from the flock and their style shines over this ethereal production.
I am pretty sure that these guys have a new project out. I am not sure about the when, but I’m surely going to find out.
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