If you are digging this make sure you check J57’s Wax Aesthetic EP.
This is a great song! I knew Snak The Ripper was a talented emcee but this is a great track that everyone can relate to. Everyone throws around the phrase “…that’s karma”, but Snak The Ripper puts the word to proper use over another impeccable Audible Doctor banger! I believe The Ripper’s new album drops on Tuesday? I am pretty sure…
Jus Daze and J57 link up to remiss on some better times with the track, I Miss… The track has a dichotomy about it in the sense that it’s both serious and playful. The latter is much in part to the production from J57. The press release that accompanied this track suggests a new EP is in the work for Jus Daze which is always welcome news.
Soul Khan was sorely missed in 2013. He did put out a few songs and a revamped EP but we so wanted more because as fans we are selfish bastards. Well, the song Supreme Righteous certainly is vintage Soul Khan. The pace of the track is certainly deliberate as if Khan wants you to get each and every clever turn of phrase. He’s got quite a few lines on the track that include movie references which will take you a back. Quality music. The production is handled by Walker Swain.
Good lord, man! I mean double good God! Seven Hail Marys and Three Holy Mollies! J57 is an outstanding producer in his own right but what Exile did on this track, with that sample, is on some ‘holier than thou’ tip. That’s just outstanding. I get down for some good production but that’s remarkable. And not to get lost in the mix is that J57 can hold the mic right. He’s a very underrated emcee, mostly because he’s known as a great producer. Things might start changing when it comes to being underrated when people here his new project, Wax Aesthetic, dropping January 28th.
New track from the collective known as Coarse Company, which is comprised of Koncept and Tenacity. And for these Bohemians the sky is the limit when rocking over this uncredited (as far as I can tell) production. The two emcees really blend their unique styles for the sake of making some good hip hop. That’s selfless.
Their project, Same Page, drops for free on December 17th (a mere day away).
The Audible Doctor has been putting together a lot of visuals this year, and I don’t mind. Dirty Nigga is one of my favorite tracks off of The Audible Doctor’s, The Summer Tape. The chemistry with Chaundon is undeniable. I honestly would like to see an EP/Project between the two of them. They really compliment each other’s styles very well.