Gary Rue is back with a new joint from his forthcoming album, The Burgeoning Nihilist, which is due out in late June. I am pretty excited for his new project, as everything he has put out to this point, I have really enjoyed. Deadbolt is produced by Vic Grimes (quite remarkably by the way…love this sound) with DJ TMB on the cuts.
So dope! Enjoy!
This is a video combo single from the Snowgoons’ recent album, Snowgoons Infantry. It’s two dope tracks mashed together to showcase some of the talent that’s contained on their many highly regarded projects. The first track features (once again) Recognize Ali, Lord Goat, and DJ TMB. The second cut features bars from Ren Thomas who is just vicious with his sixteens these days.
I always enjoy new music from Elz Sinatra and this one is epic and hits you with some extra fervor. I am loving this beat from DJ TMB while Sinatra and Ragnar Vallon come with a rugged display of lyricism.
Eff Yoo and producer The Kurse release the single, Saturn’s Rings for their recently dropped album, Spicaso Deluxe, which is out now! Everything is great about this track. The haunting production, the bars from both Eff Yoo and Recognize Ali both ring bells, and then you get the scratches from DJ TMB which takes the track to next level in my opinion.
If you love this joint, you really should obligate yourself to check out the album.
Recognize Ali links up with Vinnie Paz to exchange sixteens over a banger from B-Sun. I really enjoy the guitar sample used by B-Sun on this track, and DJ TMB really adds some excellent scratching to the joint. And let’s face it, Ali has become one of the preeminent names in hip-hop, while Paz just shows he’s only getting better with his now legendary grind. Excellent hip-hop.
New project, Recognition, is coming…when…I know not.
Not super up on Eclyse, but I am definitely familiar with Daniel Son and Recognize Ali. I actually had to delay posting this because Daniel Son was popping up on all kinds of singles. Dude is working hard.
All in all, pretty dope track with Lost Beatz on production and cutz by DJ TMB.
Venemous2000 and Trilian are linking up again for another project, which is follow up to their 2017 album, Sounds Of The Great Ones, which we received plenty of rotation here at HHD,
If this latest single, I Ain’t Particular, is any indication, well…these guys literally haven’t missed a beat (no pun intended). It’s that dope material through and through with DJ TMB on the cuts.
Be on the lookout for the album dropping soon!
Here’s another single from Recognize Ali’s forthcoming album, Allah’s Favorite, featuring Chicago emcee Verbal Kent and the result is ill. Eyedee laces a stripped down production, yet one that certainly bangs. That production is escorted by scratches implanted by DJ TMB. Kent and Ali prove to be an imposing force on this track. I have high hopes and expectations for this project.
This is an ill cut from Double Negative’s (Taboo x Coal Cash) album Krackatoa with cuts from DJ TMB. The production is dark and heavy and the rhymes have a violent tendency. Disengage. Unplug from the matrix. Check this album!
Side note: Taboo is one of my favorite writers/emcees right now. A true wordsmith.
Artist: Venomous2000 & Trilian
Album: Sounds Of The Great Ones
- Know Things (ft. DJ TMB)
- Hot Damn (ft. The Artifacts, Tiye Phoenix, and DJ Trickalone
- Rock The Bells (ft. Reks, C-Rayz Walz, and DJ TMB)
- My Grandma Used To Say
- Products Of The Environment (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq and Cella Dwellas)
- Marvelous (Planet-ill)
- Make Ya Speakers Pop (ft. 9th Prince, Inspectah Deck, NLZ, and DJ TMB)
- Psalms 76
- It’s Over (ft. DJ TMB)
I am not going to start off this review by telling you how much I have been a fan of Venomous2000 over the years. That would be disingenuous. As a matter of fact, you won’t see too much music from him posted on this site since it’s inception. Honesty being the best policy, while I respected the man’s talent, I was never really “wowed” by his previous bodies of work, and I had purchased more than just a couple of projects.