K-Hill over some Rashid Hadee production is nothing but a win. I love both of these artists. Its been more than a minute since I have heard some music from Hadee, so I really appreciate this laid back and jazzy production.
Then you have K-Hill putting your perspective on southern hip-hop artists on notice as he serves three verses of southern dopeness to erase your stereotypes about what all artists from the southern US are capable of.
I think this dose of reality was needed and I hope Hadee and Hill build off of this record. Sounds like a great combination.
We featured this single a couple of weeks ago and this joint from K-Hill and Precyce Politix continues to deserve recognition in it’s video format. The emcees combined with the production from D.R.U.G.S Beats are out to prove a number of points. My main take away? Don’t be confined in another man’s box…
K-Hill is back with some new music rocking over a production from D.R.U.G.S. Beats. There’s so much dope content packed into just over two minutes from both Hill and Precyce Politix. Check out just a segment of these bars. The Rolling Stones reference is so on point.
When your people try to tell you that your time’s up, it’s ego pain / Hoping years of writing for y’all weren’t done in vain / And promoters don’t want to pay you but they rape your brand / Then they talking shit about you because you force my hand / When you disrespect your own, how you taking shots at Macklemore? / One cultures’ trash is another cultures’ opens door / Only genre with an old school category / Jagger gets the money Keith Richards getting gory
MadKem puts the visuals to a track from La Vie en Bleu. On the song, The Breeze, he links up with affiliate K-Hill for some added narration. This track is about ambition, persistence, and the pursuit of utilizing one’s abilities to the fullest extent. At least that’s how I see it.
K-Hill show us a little bit of Dragnet with this beat as Kourvioisier and Thee Tom Hardy give the listeners the business on the microphone. I might have heard of Kourvioisier before, but I am not sure if I truly heard him before. He sounds dope and now is a good time to get up on what he has to offer us musically. He has a new album dropping on April 30th entitled, Cable In The Classroom.
I am really waiting on K-Hill’s new EP, Achilles’ Hill, and the forthcoming album by the same title in the summer. This track is a combination of soulful instrumentation and vocal samples with K-Hill’s authoritative boom-bap delivery. K-Hill just has that voice that sticks with you. There is also a bonus remix to be downloaded by IMAKEMADBEATS. The EP drops on February 26th.
Artist: DJ K.O.
1.Stand Up! (feat. Silent Knight, Jered Sanders, Justin Bates, K-Hill, East & MadKem)
2.I Can Tell (Remix) [feat. MadKem, Silent Knight & K-Hill]
3.Pick a Card (feat. Justin Bates)
4.Meek Man’s Dream (feat. Jered Sanders)
5.Drunk Girls (feat. MadKem, Jered Sanders & Silent Knight)
6.EMP Cypher (feat. MadKem, Silent Knight, Jered Sanders, Justin Bates & K-Hill)
7.Power of the Tongue (feat. K-Hill)
8.Ogre (feat. Silent Knight)
9.Kill ‘Em (feat. Justin Bates & MadKem)
10.A Few Good Men (feat. MadKem, Justin Bates, Silent Knight & K-Hill)
11.Do Ya Thing (feat. East)
12.Seize the Moment (feat. MadKem)
Elementality is home to some of the most talented emcees and producers in the business and it all starts from DJ K.O. He can orchestrate some beautiful music with his team and that’s exactly what he does with EMPBeTheTeam. Everything is done in house production wise and with the duties on the mic because when your camp is this talented you don’t have to rely on anybody else.
There are many artists that deserve your support, but perhaps none so more, as DJ K.O. You remember DJ K.O. right? He’s the man who helped bring you over 5o dope hip hop tracks for FREE last year. He is also the man who dropped one of the illest albums from a producer…ever. Picture This dropped in 2008 and featured countless dope producers and emcees and now he is back, four years later with his sophomore effort…EMPBeTheTeam.
This track definitely has the funky factor behind it and brings the entire Elementality team so check the cut, and then make sure to cop the album when it drops.
This is the best songs compiled from February 2012. The 2nd such compilation in our series. It’s the best way to catch up on some of the dopest singles released in the month. Nothing but the best for you guys. Enjoy the streaming excellence….
1. Slaughterhouse – Hammer Dance
2. Fatal Lucciauno – Black Hoodie Rap (ft. Spac3man)
3. Don Streat – Rapper Shot Remix (ft. Termanology and Lil Fame)
4. Illmaculate – Under Their Radar, Over Their Heads
5. Kyo Itachi x Ruste Juxx – Hardest From The Underground
6. Sutter Kain – Traitor Remix (ft. Naymez x Donnie Darko)
7. The AbSoulJah – In My Element
8. Juan Deuce – People (ft. Romen Rok)
9. Shaz Illyork – Fly Creature (ft. Spit Gemz x Carmen Indhira x Stavin’ B)
10. Just Flow x MaV – Joey Crawford
11. Godilla – Rusty Machete
12. K-Hill – The Covenant
13. Locksmith – Illuminati
Here’s another name I haven’t heard in a while. K-Hill is back with the Elementality camp with a dope new track produced by Madwreck. There’s a lot to like with this joint and it all starts with that crooning sample Madwreck uses. It’s addicting. K-Hill certainly makes his presence known has he attempts to preserve the ‘covenant’. Got a real nice flow going on here…