Tenacity and D.R.U.G.S. Beats collaborated on the recently release album, Discussions. This particular piece of fire, Twin Dracos, features the accomplished J57 and is my personal favorite track from the album. The appeal is undeniable to hip hop heads everywhere.
Last single before the Jamo Gang EP drops on January 31st. You know that shit is going to be flames…and no…not lighter flames. Like California Forrest Fire type arson! J57 laces ANOTHER incredible uptempo banger, that accomplished wordsmiths, El Gant and Ras Kass stake claim to another bout of verbal armageddon. Does that sound over-dramatic? Not really.
Here’s the video for the recently released single from Jamo Gang (El Gant x Ras Kass x J57), All Eyes On Us. I’ve already told you how I feel about this song. This beat surrounded by this lyricism just makes for an incredible track.
The EP is coming in a couple of weeks and I can’t wait.
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.
I am not sure about anything on this Koncept track other than the fact that it is dope. He’s taking us back to the school yard on this one and causing a hell of a lot of trouble. I am not sure who produced this joint as no credits are included, but whoever is responsible did a remarkable job.
Soul Khan is back in force with the backing of the Audible Doctor to bring you that BBAS flavor. The doctor lays a super soulful foundation for Soul Khan to build bar upon bar. Even though his music has been more sporadic over the course of the last couple of years, it is no less potent.
Koncept and J57 drop something truly melodic with this cut, Live Forever. J57 melds the drums with the piano for something that has a classic and vintage vibe and Koncept puts together bars that encourage living life to the fullest and shunning the nonsense. A lot of us put so much work in to life that we need to take time to love the moment.
The Fuel EP drops on November 20th.
The Audible Doctor just dropped the latest project in his ‘seasonal’ series, entitled The Spring Tape. The EP is only four tracks deep but there’s a lot packed into those four tracks musically. The track that I wanted to touch on is Danger featuring Hus Da Kingpin and Tragedy Khadafi. This is a track that blends both tough and smooth elements to create something that stands alone. You have each of the emcees killing their assigned verses while The Audible Doctor composes a horn laden cascading rhythm. Beautiful indeed…
Shabaam Sahdeeq and J57 are cheffing something delicious with their new single, GMR. I am convinced that nobody is has been spitting harder in the last couple of years than Shabaam Sahdeeq and when you had some J57 production along with DJ Eclipse cuts you get nothing but the premiere experience. Enjoy.
The Audible Doctor is protecting what is his til the death on his latest track, The Burial Plot. The track is equal parts dark and entertaining and I like this direction he has taken for his latest release. The hook by Davenport Grimes is the subtle nuance needed to separate those verses being simple and not overpowering. The project, Can’t Keep The People Waiting, is due out this month.