We’ve got an uptempo and high octane single to share today from UNiK-StYleZ with whom I have some familiarity and may have a project or two in the library. Here he’s flexing his own lyrical dexterity over some production from Duzk Beats and cuts by one of the best in the business, DJ TMB. Enjoy for your listening pleasure.
It’s been a minute since I have heard some new music from Words, so as soon as I saw this I had to give it a listen. And here he is linking up with the very talented and respected DJ TMB and emcees Napoleon Da Legend and Venomous2000. It’s a dope track as could be anticipated and coming off the forthcoming album, The Winterborns.
Another dope track from the man, Ren Thomas. I love the distorted guitar sample from Nem Nieves. It’s different and instantly grabs your attention and Thomas flows like few others. He has bars for days. I love his flow, along with his creative punchlines, and humor. This joint is coming off of their future collaborative project, Thirty Thr33.
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.
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.
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!