Single You Out: K-Hill – The Ride (ft. Precyce Politix)

a2647373492_10K-Hill is back with some new music rocking over a production from D.R.U.G.S. Beats.  There’s so much dope content packed into just over two minutes from both Hill and Precyce Politix.   Check out just a segment of these bars. The Rolling Stones reference is so on point.

When your people try to tell you  that your time’s up, it’s ego pain / Hoping years of writing for y’all weren’t done in vain /  And promoters don’t want to pay you but they rape your brand / Then they talking shit about you because you force my hand / When you disrespect your own, how you taking shots at Macklemore? / One cultures’ trash is another cultures’ opens door / Only genre with an old school category / Jagger gets the money Keith Richards getting gory

Single You Out: Don Streat – Pistol Grip (ft. Sullee J & Lord Baltimore DDS)

Oh…so Brooklyn represented earlier but not to be outdone are these B-More boys!  Don Streat, Sullee J, and Lord Baltimore DDS slaughter this production from D.R.U.G.S. Beats.  I was really captivated by the bars from Sullee J.  He was spitting with a rapid fire and intense delivery.  It got me amped just sitting here.   I am not sure if this song is off of any project in particular but it certainly belongs in your collection!

Father Jah & D.R.U.G.S. Beats – Like U Never Seen Crystal Ballz? (Video)

This video and song are a little trippy but there’s something very addicting and appealing about it.   It’s just not something you hear every day.  And that dude, D.R.U.G.S. Beats is on a roll right now!  I count three albums to date that he has completely produced in 2013.   That’s what you call staying busy!  Father Jah has a very unique style and this is just a sampling of his new album, Manuscripture of the Father as Inspired by D.R.U.G.S. (Dope Real Under Ground Sh*t)

Poe Mack – Mistaken Fortune (ft. Rhaaz) (Prod by D.R.U.G.S. Beats) (VideO

Wow.  This is just plain good music.  There is a lot to love about this track.  D.R.U.G.S. Beats puts together a dandy of a beat that sounds like it was based in piano bar.  Poe Mack rides the beat effortlessly, keeping his head in the game and his eyes on the prize.  Rhaaz puts the icing on the cake with some perfectly laid vocals.  This was orchestrated really well to say the least. Don’t you agree?