Here’s a fresh single off of producer B Leaf’s forthcoming album featuring emcees, Akrobatik, Krumbsnatcha, and Weapon E.S.P. There’s a lighthearted vibe to the track but also a certain intensity brought by the emcees and scratched in by DJ Slipwax.
I am not too sure about the project on a whole but I am sure we will hear something in the coming months. Enjoy for now.
Mr. Lif and Akrobatik are back as The Perceptionists with their track Hose Down from the forthcoming album due out on July 28th entitled, Resolution on July 28th.
First off this song has dope dancehall vibe to it, the chorus and production bring you immediately into The Preceptionist’s fold as they start to articulate the current state of affairs as it pertains to police treatment in the black community. The video and lyricism points out that there is probably not very much differentiation between the days of Civil Rights demonstrations and what is taking place today.
Dope way to relay a message!
Nasty P out of Scotland has assembled a who’s who from the Boston Hip Hop Scene for his track No Tellin. The stairwell in this video has never seen so much illness! This is one of those tracks that just goes. The beat is hype and the cuts on the tables are precise.
If you look at this lineup you know you are going to get an intense lyrical salvo. Ed O.G. drops this line with Chechens and Russians that should keep even the most ignorant heads up on global dynamics.
If you are feeling this track, Nasty P has an EP out where this track is featured. There is also a remix for this song that is completely sick. Check that out!
Man, I feel like I have been waiting for the new Soulslicers and Mayhem project for nearly a year, and this track with Akrobatik makes the anticipation all the greater.
If you are familiar with the Soulslicers production team, you know you are going to get top notch beats that are steepened in boom-bap. And when EMS vet, Mayhem links up with Akrobatik, the listener receives a bleak view of this bitter world we live in. It’s stark realism.
Can’t wait for the album, Soul It May Seem, coming soon!
Akrobatik and LX Beats invite a few friends to rock over one of their cuts and the results are as expected: Dope. It’s a mingling of known and unknown quantities. We know what Reks, Akrobatik, and Chino XL are prone to deliver, but Redrama and Are stand a little less familiar, but it’s all good as everyone delivers a nice touch to the production from LX-Beats.
This is the new single from a forthcoming Akrobatik and LX Beats collaboration. Shotgun is an expose on the all-powerful position when you are riding in someone else’s whip. I love the way Akrobatik rides this laid back beat and details all the benefits of taking over that front passenger seat.
There’s no said date on when the EP will be released but you ca bet we will update our Release Date section when we have word.
It’s been a minute and I am going to try an ease back into this music scene. But I really have to mention this video from the rhyme vet, Akrobatik. Built To Last is the title track from his latest album (which you should be copping). The song epitomizes the word – banger. The beat and the rhymes are heavy handed and leave an indelible impression on the listener.
More dope hip hop coming from the EMS frontman, M-Dot. These cuts are nothing coming off of the RUN MPC Remix album that dropped late last year. These tracks feature some other dope artists, like Akrobatik, Keith Murray, and Punchline. These tracks are dope but the whole album is worth copping so why stop there…check out the music and then support by putting some money down on the album.