Fresh off the release of Sir Diggy’s EP, Gold Frame Portraits, drops the video single for the cut Illest Ever Made. Nickel Plated puts the panic in the production, Juxx on the chorus, and Diggy with AG Da Coroner on the sixteens. This joint surely jumps!
I copped and checked the EP and it all bangs as hards as this track, so check it out if you are feeling this song.
AG Da Coroner unleashes a new single from his forthcoming album, Sip The Nectar. My Truth is produced by ATG, and is more of an autobiographical joint detailing his background and where his confidence is derived from.
Get ready for this album!
AG Da Coroner and Statik Selektah come out and ring a few bells with this The Game Changer single. They’re tired of the nonsense and repetitiveness that has become of hip hop. They are here to make a statement. Point made.
When I think of ‘tough’ bars these two are some of the first to come to mind. Nems and AG Da Coroner play like the Grim Reaper on this banger of a track (production?). This is some ‘go out and smack a hipster’ type of music.
There are originators and impersonators. Care to guess which category Ag Da Coroner falls into? Good answer…originator. Crushed Grapes is a true piece of art from last year that was given the review treatment last year. If you haven’t given that a listen, please do so. Also be on the lookout for his new album, Sip The Nectar, due out this summer.
Artist: AG Da Coroner
Album: Crushed Grapes
1. Welcome To My World
2. Problem (ft. Lord Nez)
3. Not Gonna Cry
4. Ghetto Love (ft. Lord Nez & M. Reck)
5. Luca Brasi (Sleep)
6. Stars Are Born (ft. M. Reck)
7. What We Have (ft. Meyhem Lauren)
8. Live From Cheeta (ft. Lord Nez, Nutso, Spit Gemz, Realm Reality & Termanology)
9. New York Never Left
I saw AG Da Coroner make comments on Twitter a few weeks ago suggesting that some underground fans didn’t like Crushed Grapes because it wasn’t all just “hot bars”. I couldn’t fathom it when I read it, so I feel obligated to set people straight. This project is full of not only top notch bars, but also production, guest shots, and content. There’s really no other way to put it. I have never heard the Coroner make anything remotely soft or borderline and to suggest this project is less than stellar seems sacrilegious in the house of hip hop.
Meyhem Lauren drops this video for Drug Lord, from Respect The Fly Shit. The song features guest bars from AG Da Coroner and Action Bronson. Production is done by none other that Harry Fraud. The video is extremely creative. I don’t think I’ve seen anything like it in terms of a music video.
Album: I Plead The 5th
Listen. I am going to make this easy to understand. If you like that raw, grimy, New York boom-bap, then Nutso is that dude. I don’t know if there is a doper delivery in the Rotten Apple than his. Sure there are people who have clever rhyme schemes and intricacies but when it comes to straight flow and emotion, Nutso has got it on lock.
When I was on hiatus I evidentially missed this video. The homie Spit Gemz asked on Twitter who was a Top 5 artist in the New York and Nutso was one of my choices. He just makes the music I like with an incomparable flow. Every single one of these emcees on this cut lets loose though. There are no weak bars and with J57 on the beat, you know the production is straight fire. This is something to turn up loud and flagrant.
You can cop Nutso’s latest project, Behind These Bars.
Here we go on some ‘Soldier Of Fortune’ type sh-t or do we? I was expecting some banging boom bap but this cut has some real bluesy flavor and very musical. I am really feeling this. It is very different in it’s tone. Of course you add heavyweights such as Maffew Ragazino and AG Da Coroner and it’s going to be hard to pass this one up. This cut is off of Dj Brown 13’s forthcoming EP, F.A.T.