Yeah, like the Brown Bag AllStars say…it’s undeniable. This is a beast of a track featuring three of my favorite emcees, Godilla, Red Eye, and Blacastan. We all know who Tragedy Khadafi is and what he is capable of. The unknown commodity here is Miilkbone. But he sounds nice with his and doesn’t lose a step when the baton is passed to him on the track. This is indeed the first leak off Miilkbone’s mixtape (TBA) hosted by DJ Doo Wop coming out spring 2013
Man, if you are still sleeping on Big O, I got nothing left for you. You can search his name on this blog and see him featured numerous times and they were ALL dope. This time we get a collaboration with another of my favorite artists at the moment, Godilla. It does not disappoint. This track is off of his forthcoming album, Gravel Engagement.
The homie Godilla put me on to some good tunes. This track is from DJ Tray’s yet to be released EP, entitled Building With The Godz. The track is mellow yet with a bit of grime intertwined. I mean it has to be grimy with the likes of Born Unique and Blacastan on the cut. Check it…
Welcome to the jungle. New dope from the homie Godilla surface the other day and it certainly bears mentioning. This joint is coming off of his forthcoming Altered Beast project which should be surfacing soon. JBL The Titan is on the production while Shallow Pockets and GQ Nothin Pretty team up with Godilla on the mic. When all things are considered this song sounds threatening.
Now you are going to need to know some wrestling references in order to understand the lingo. Luckily, I am so equipped. The beat on this track and while I am not familiar with Ballantine, I am certainly familiar with Godilla and Tone Liv. Ballantine certainly holds his weight on the track.
This monthly artist’s spotlight features none other than Godilla! I am excited about this feature as I have been following this artist for quite some time. When he released his second album, Jaguar Paw, I didn’t know what to expect. But after listening to that project not so many years ago, I knew that he was about high lyrical content, boom bap beats, and an appreciation for the art of being an emcee.
So without further ado, I bring you our spotlight on Godilla! Make sure you check him out on Twitter and Facebook, and support his projects, both past and future.
I hope this post didn’t catch you yet again sleeping on the man, Godilla. He is dropping banger after banger. This particular joint is coming off Battle Beast: A Prelude To Human Zoo. Check the visual treatment.
I spotted this track over at TheHipHopHead and was really impressed by how hard this joint banged. First off, Godilla is that man right now. Maybe not a lot people know about him but this emcee can deliver the verbal artillery…consistently.
This cut if off of his upcoming album, Altered Beast. So check it out by visiting the TheHipHopHead by clicking the link below.
More good music from the highly underrated Godilla. The video is simple, yet engaging. I like the way the lyrics are displayed in the comic book font. Be on the lookout for more joints from Godilla.
Artist: Red Eye
Album: St Fatrick’s Day
2.Fuck B’n Polite (prod by DJ Qvali)
3.Drawn-n-Quartered (ft. Cella Dwellas x L.I.F.E. Long) (prod by Skammadix)
4.Step Aside (prod by DJ Qvali)
5.FigYa4LegLoc (ft. Critical Madness x Bezerk x Amiam x Illustrate x Shinobi Stalin x Tzarizm)
6.Til I Owe Nada (ft. Born Unique x Godilla) (prod by DJ Qvali)
7.7th Inning Stretch (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq x Punchline x FT aka Fuc That x El Da Sensei x Phantasm x Nine)
8.Oh Baby Now (ft. Blaq Poet) (prod by Nickel Plated)
9.Definition of Apeshit (ft. Infinity Gauntlet x Dov) (prod by Snowgoons)
10.You Ain’t Ready (Remix) (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq x King Magnetic) (prod by Res Nullius)
11.Never Relate (prod by DJ Qvali)
12.Click Clack (ft. Streets x Ruff) (prod by Thorotracks)
13.Hardcore (ft. Meyhem Lauren x Blaq Poet) (prod by Nickel Plated)
14.One By One (ft. Born Unique) (prod by DJ Qvali)
15.Unfukwitable (ft. Ruste Juxx x Reks x Reef the Lost Cauze x Shabaam Sahdeeq x Sha Stimuli x Nutso x M-Dot x Midaz)
It gets to a point where I could share every song off this mixtape as a single, but why not offer you guys the full picture of what it’s all about? And at this point I am just going to say it: This mixtape is top notch. If you want fifteen tracks that knock speakers with no filler of fru-fru material, St. Fatrick’s Day is the joint you are going to want to own.