Jermiside drops the second single, Victory Is Mine, from his sophomore collaborative album with producer Danny Diggs, Quiet As Kept. Jermiside is my favorite emcee from the talented Lessondary Crew (I probably said the same thing about Spec Boogie a year or so ago, but whatever. It’s a tie). He has a very smooth style that is only amplified with the production of Danny Diggs. This song in particular is inspiring. You truly can’t keep a good man down.
Quiet As Kept will be released October 22nd
Artist: The Regiment
Album: The Panic Button
Source: Kevin Nottingham
- The R [prod by Soulution]
- Detroit Hip Hop [prod by Newstalgia]
- Battle Cry [prod by Apollo Brown]
- Beauty of a Day [prod by Soulution]
- Guns and Butter [prod by Kev Brown]
- Let Her Go (feat. Vincent J. Kelley) [prod by Beat Butcha]
- Just Shine [prod by BEATNICK DEE]
- The Reason [prod by Apollo Brown]
- Everything (feat. Vincent J. Kelley) [prod by Soulution]
- Believe [prod by Newstalgia]
- Make Do [prod by Newstalgia]
- That’s Why (feat. Substantial) [prod by Soulution]
- Get Away (feat. Vincent J. Kelley) [prod by Soulgate]
- 100 (feat. Kev Brown, Finale) [prod by Soulution]
- Clarity [prod by Soulution]
- Battle Cry Remix (feat. Boog Brown) [prod by Apollo Brown]
- Old School Vibe Remix [prod by Apollo Brown]
First off, let it be said that these guys and their team did an excellent job of promoting this release. They were constantly putting out music (First Mondays) and the word was buzzing (at least on my end). There have been a ton of good releases this year, and a handful of great ones. The Panic Button just might be cracking that latter category as soon as you get a chance to listen to it.
This video for Battle Cry was released in conjunction with their album, The Panic Button, dropping yesterday. I gave it one listen yesterday and really dug the sound of it all. This song definitely bangs and if you like what you hear make sure you cop the album.