BigBob and Raf Almighty connect as Big Almighty again for their most recent and self-titled album. Bible Paper is the current single. This is everything thing you would expect from these artists. You know there is going to be that uncut and raw hip hop flavor that Dirt Platoon fans have come to expect, backed by the boombap of BigBob. The duo is set to smoke the competition like bible paper.
G-Stats (Bankai Fam) , Raf Almighty (Dirt Platoon), and producer Rawmatik are The Ruler Gods and they just dropped a project today which you can find digitally…everywhere. On this, the title track, they join forces with the legend Ras Kass. I love coming across something dope and unexpected, and this is exactly that. I am definitely going to have to cop the project.
The Dirt Platoon represents again with Raf Almighty coming thru with another banger (but would we expect anything else?) Superlative production comes courtesy of Bombdrop. The pairing have an unmeasured intensity that will be hard pressed to be rivaled.
This track is a single from the upcoming Kujo album dropping in November, so stay tuned for that.
Some newness from the almighty Dirt Platoon and you know they are coming for heads on this track produced by DJ Low Cut. This pairing of emcees continues to prove to be a great combination. Low Cut has an outstanding knack for creating bangers and the Platoon has that certified roughness to make the most of the effort.
This track is off of the newly release Parimore EP. You should definitely cop!
Artist: Astro Vandalist
1. DV alias Khryst – Astroduction
2. D-Strong – The reaper
3. Declaime feat Georgia Muldrow – Helicopters
4. Rasco – Live & learn
5. Blaq Poet feat Born Unique – In the danger zone
6. Ruste Juxx – Viking verses
7. Dro Pesci – Keep it street
8. Sadat X feat Nine – Nomical
9. Dirt Platoon – Bellyache
10. Born Unique – Dirt naps
11. El Gant feat Shabaam Shadeeq – Vandetta
12. FT feat Godsunz – Astro beast
13. Akbar – Off the grid (OTG)
14. Beneficence – Up in ya era
15. El Da Sensei – Bars & boastin’
16. John Robinson – Music never ends
17. Maylay Sparks feat DJ Too Tuff – Tally up
I am going to start featuring one album from the previous week every Monday because there is so much good music that I believe is going unheard. And this album from French producer, Astro Vandalist, is something that you guys need to be made aware of. It’s 17 tracks of unadulterated and potent hip hop. The beats really hit hard and you can see by this lineup of emcees that there are some heavy hitters on here.
Check out and cop the whole thing as it is worth every penny, but here are my favorite tracks if you want a sampling!
Artist: DJ Enyoutee
Album: Power Of Words
1. Milano Constantine – Flying Saucers produced by DJ Enyoutee
2. King Magnetic & SmooVth – Broadcasting Live produced by Haleem The GodBrother
3. Alpha Faktion – Creative Control “Re-Program” produced by Venom
4. D Strong & King RA – VLAD TV produced by Supreme Da Almighty
5. Realio Sparkzwell – Save My City produced by Plague MD
6. Zagnif Nori & King Author – Head Hunting produced by Plague MD
7. Dirt Platoon – ’88 produced by 3I’sYd
8. Rap P – Make It or Take It produced by Supreme Da Almighty
9. The Bad Seed – What I’m On produced by Tensho
10. Alpha Faktion & Starvin B – Inner Savage produced by Plague MD
11. Planet Asia, Tone Cuff, Krumb Snatcha – Sacred Math produced by Plague MD
12. I.N.F. – The Cycle produced by Plague MD
13. Reap – Who Knows? produced by Plague MD
14. Toxsicpreme Al-Amin – Shine produced by Rebelxgenius
15. D.V. Alias Khryst, Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Lord Have Mercy – Veteran Status Remix produced by DLP
16. Whichcraft – Bring The Light produced Plague MD
17. Born Unique & Milano Constantine – Destruct produced by DJ Spinna
18. UG, Skanks the Rap Martyr, King Author, Nowaah The Flood, DJ Tekwun, The Bad Seed, Zagnif Nori – Strength In Numbers produced by The Custodian Of Records
19. Planet Asia & Goretex – Return To Power produced by Supreme Da Almighty
20. L.E.O. & Last Measure – Ample Time produced by Plague MD
21. Alpha Faktion – Breaking Ground produced by Chess Pain
22. IDE – Mic Hog produced by DJ Enyoutee
23. Planet Asia – Over The Airwaves produced by Plague MD
24. Starvin B – The Flame Thrower produced by Plague MD
25. Planet Asia, Tone Cuff, Krumb Snatcha – Sacred Math Remix produced by Mr. Jack
I have yet to listen to this but I HAD to get it out there. DJ Enyoutee started releasing some singles months ago, and I had made the suggestion that these should be compiled in some form or fashion and I was told that was definitely going to be happening. And the Power Of Words is that thought to fruition.
I mean just look at this lineup! There are so many ill spittas and producers on this thing you can not go wrong! This is the kind of project that we run this site for! Awesome lineup and technically you can get it for free. But if you don’t put something down on a project of this nature…I am calling it right now…bitch move.
Put to the cause and support good music!
There are very few artists who drop harder hip hop than does the Dirt Platoon. And you place the duo on this guitar/drum driven track from Rawmatik, it’s an almost certain game over. Music like this gets the adrenaline pumping and you can find plenty of these type of joints on Rawmatik’s latest project, The States Vs. Rawmatik. You absolutely need to have that album. HHD certified!
Last video from Makhno’s album, Party Discipline, featuring the Dirt Platoon on the mic. What would you expect with a Makhno and Dirt Platoon collaboration? That’s right. You are going to get some of that hardbody hip hop. Raw beat. Rough rhymes. Great combination!
Make sure you check the album if you have not done so already.
This is the third single from Dirt Platoon’s latest album, Bare Face Robbery. This has been a ‘go-to’ album for me since it came out. I have at least bumped it ten times since it dropped, and that almost never happens in this day and age. Dirt Platoon and DJ Low Cut put a project together that’s simply laced with banger after banger. You never get any weak shit from these guys. They drop it strong and heavy.
If you are feeling this cut, be sure to check that album.
What do you know about the slumz? Not a thing. Not a thing. But Raf Almighty and his compatriots, Snook and Wyld Bunch, are familiar with those surroundings and they break out the pain brushes and give you the picture with this cut. And having Brans on the boards is like a the seal of approval for freshness.
If you haven’t checked out Raf’s new album, G.T.F.O.M.Y., you should get on checking it. A lot of people giving it top consideration for one of the best albums this years. Heads recognize…