How about this new-new from Da Cloth fame (Mav Montana and Rigz) along with Illanoise and Spittzwell? It’s a subdued joint production wise with light piano keys in the background but the emcees definitely do their thing, each narrating their particular street tale.
Grieves is back with some newness, and I have actually been sharing a lot of craft about town locally these days. He just has that knack for hitting on feelings and issues that everyone has gone through at some point. A maestro of emotion we shall call him. So enjoy this new cut with his brethren Greater Than as they involve that crazy chick we have all grown to love to hate haha.
Late last night, I was speaking on Twitter about how Ca$ablanca is one of the hardest working talents in hip-hop and there’s no better way to solidify that point with this post.
I have here three incredibly dope yet different singles he has put out within the last month…and since I am little behind in posting I am going to share them all with you so you get the full effect as to what he is capable of as an artist. As a matter of fact I am missing a couple of tracks from this period.
We’ve got a solid an eclectic production sampling here from The Architect, Chapter 19, and Rob Deniro along with guest bars from Supreme Cerebral.
Did you expect anything less than in your face gully bars from a track featuring Nems? If you did then you have been misled. Bub Styles and Nems are verbally stepping on the neck with this new track, Fat Farm, produced by Ace Fayce.
Here’s some fresh music from the Loyalty Digital camp featuring lyricism from Ras Kass, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and Ed OG rocking over a fun and uptempo production from Fokis. This track means that a Recognize Your Power 2 EP.
Recognize Ali and C-Lance join forces for this illness entitled God Of Doom. And Ali sounds so good over this Lance production. The track has a certain intensity to it which leads to a very aggressive flow from our emcee. I really like the viciousness we have here. And the cuts from Tone Spliff only accentuate that.
Lance and Ali have a project coming out that will undoubtedly be a must-cop for this year.
And if you haven’t done so, make sure you check out our 2018 Artist Of The Year Interview with Recognize Ali. It’s must reading!
Supreme Cerebral does not stop dropping that fire. He is quickly becoming one of the hardest working emcees in the game dropping consistenly and ferociously. And speaking of ferocity…that’s exactly what you get with this Vinyl Villain induced track. This track’s destiny lands as the second single from The Ultimate Mind, set to drop in either June or July.
Oh this joint is that fiya! Quincy Tones laced something epic in my mind here! This beat and that sample are just a ridiculously dope combination. It’s perfect some lyrical roughness from Billy Danze, Lil Fame, and Teflon to rock over. It’s very gully.
And I am super excited for this Danze project, 6 Pack, to drop. I have always felt his verse and long since thought we needed a solo effort from him, and thus we have been duly rewarded.
Enjoy this record!
The ill combination of Daniel Son and Futurewave is back at it again. The track Cold Chicken is short sweet and oh so smooth. Enjoy!
Milez Grimez is highly underrated in my opinion…he brings the real and the rugged every time he touches the mic which makes his pairing with Kyo Itachi an inevitability. These guys know how to deliver grimy hip hop flavor and this video single just exemplifies that fact.
There is a project by the same title on the way so be on the lookout for that!