Artist: Rome Streetz
Album: Noise Kandy 2
- DMT Vape Pen
- Piss Moet
- Colombian Neck Tie
- Dead Face Notes
- Master or Servant?
- Foaming Out The Mouth
Rome Streetz is ending his 2018 on a highly productive note, dropping another project entitled, Noise Kandy 2. All six tracks are heat…but if you are asking me and I know you are…my favorite tracks are the following.
Make sure you show love to the music Rome Streetz is making. My guess is we got a lot more in store come 2019.
Here’s a single from DJ Rybe’s recently released album, Channel Zero. Power Bars features Planet Asia and Agallah on the mic ripping up a production from Rybe that features heavy synth and a sort of shrouded mystique.
The album is really dope and something you really need to check! It goes heavy!
Here is a track, Ferocious, from Saran Rap’s recent EP, Heavy Crates. I am putting this out there because I think some heads are missing out on this project. It’s got a few heavy hitters in terms of emcees, and definitely has that boom bap appeal. I certainly think it fits the mold of what we are trying to do here at HipHopDependency.
Of course on this track you’ve got Agallah, Smoovth, and Spit Gemz slaying mics, and who doesn’t like that line up. Enjoy!
Nems is about to unleash his latest project, Planet Of The Apes, and this is the latest single from the project. He enlists long time associate George Burnz and Danse to help murk the beat which is incidentally produced by a resurgent Agallah (this name has been ringing extra loud lately).
This is a single from Agallah’s new mixtape, Don Status. This is actually my first taste of music from the project and it’s making me think I should check the whole thing. The production from Organik Poisons has a really smooth sound with the cascading sample. The emcees each do their thing effectively, but Spit Gemz’ bars are the showstopper.
I just got done listening to Operation Restore Lyricism the other day and this was one of my favorite cuts. MURDOC and AGALLAH prove to be an adept combo with a similar, aggressive approach to gripping mics. I respect music like this to the fullest. It’s that “challenge-us-and-take-a-loss” music.