Here’s some real dopiness from Cashus King and Yamin Semali. I am not sure who produced it, but the production really moves and gets that head nodding while King and and Semali use their contrasting styles to offer insights on an assortment of different topics. The dynamic between the two artists is pure. They really play off of each other well. I REALLY hope to hear more from these artists.
This video from Guerrilla Alliance has been out for a while but I failed to post it and I am trying to rectify that now. The dark production is created by Mac The Rebel with cuts by Tone Spliff. Ill Bill joins the Alliance as they spit bars that reference Iluminati, the Occult, and the Biblical. It’s deep stuff for the enlightened mind.
If you like this cut, you can check out their album, The Dark Rift, out now!
3.Trouble [Ft. E Class Wright]
4.Make believe [Ft. Berry Boo, P General & Halie Ali]
5.Prison riot [Ft. Ruste Juxx & Kasim Allah]
6.Half baked [Ft. Haz Diggs]
7.The pain of life
8.Straight out da NYC [Ft. Shatike & Rim da Villain]
9.Mercy [Ft. E Class Wright]
10.Legends live forever [Ft. Daddie Notch]
11.Serious no Joke [Ft. Mic Handz]
12.Omnipotent [Ft. Tragedy Khadafi]
If I understand the story correctly, producer Endemic Emerald and emcee Skanks The Rap Martyr of Bankai Fam met each four years ago in NYC and there began a mutual respect for each other’s talents. This album, Rapsploitation, is culmination of that admiration and it is us, the fans that reap the benefit.
This is an ill cut from Double Negative’s (Taboo x Coal Cash) album Krackatoa with cuts from DJ TMB. The production is dark and heavy and the rhymes have a violent tendency. Disengage. Unplug from the matrix. Check this album!
Side note: Taboo is one of my favorite writers/emcees right now. A true wordsmith.
Token drops some of the most intense and relevant music in the game. I mean he makes you feel EVERY BAR OF EVERY VERSE in this new joint, New Problems. The first verse tells the story of a girl he met in Idaho. The second about an industry connect that’s gone sour. And his last verse pertains to the strains on the relationships his career is putting on him.
The Brown Bag AllStars are back accompanied by The Alkholiks’ Tash for their new cut, 11 Steps. The production is orchestrated by Kev Brown. Everything really comes together for this cut as it comes complete with a slick beat, fresh rhymes, and an assortment of debauchery.
I hope there is more in store from the camp. My record collection needs a boost.
Blacastan and Stu Bangas are all but set to release their new album next week, The Uncanny Adventures Of Watson And Holmes. And this song definitely sets the tone for the release. Stu Bangas really has developed some sickness from behind the boards on this one. The bass line…guitar licks…with the drums is premier stuff. Blacastan delivers his bars like a hell hound. He’s got firey bars and owns this rhythm.
Can’t wait to see what’s on tap with this album.
Mr. Complex has a new project that dropped yesterday, Forever New, and dude is a constant innovator intermingling storytelling, humor, and a unique flow. And Lesbo Flo is a highly entertaining three verse narrative of Complex and his lesbian neighbors.
Nobody is tackling music like Complex is…and that is a breath of fresh air!
Check the album!
Here’s an appropriately titled loosie from producer Giallo Point featuring emcees D Strong and Dro Pesci called, The Heat. And that’s exactly what this trio bring you on this cut. It’s pure and unadulterated fire. Giallo continues his run of lacing banger after banger for dope emcees. Strong and Pesci are laying heads to rest on this track…you all had your chance!
I don’t know why I thought Decompoze was just a producer, because obviously that is incorrect. His pengame is tight along with his apt production with the Motown Funk for his latest single, The Breakdown, which will be off of his forthcoming album, Maintain Composure which is due out on July 4th. His cohorts for this particular arrangement our Ro Spit and OneBeLo.