M-Dot’s new single, Decadence, takes us through time when he invites emcees Kool G Rap, M-Dot, and Revalation to drop some verses over a beat from The Might V.I.C. The production, for my ears, harkens back to 1990s, with losts of synth elements, appropriately placed horns, and scratches from DJ Jean Maron applying LL Cool J samples. Each emcee picks takes on a time frame and takes us back to that place from their own perspective. The concept is articulated perfectly and I am positive all will enjoy.
Son Of G Rap is one of my most anticipated albums this year, ever since I head the first single, Upstate 2 Queens. I loved the way Kool G. Rap and 38 Spesh exchanged their bars over that beat. That song is in steady rotation.
This song is extremely dope in its own right, adding Cormega for the chorus. The emcees go in on the struggle and the survival tactics needed to make it in this day and age. There are a multitude of dope bars and visuals painted on this track. Speaking of the visuals: I am really feeling the animation here. Midnite on the production.
Album drops for everyone on July 20th, and you get the early release on the 6th if you cop the CD.
I am loving this unique production from 38 Spesh and the way he and Kool G Rap exchange bars over it. The chemistry sounds insane over this beat. And when we talk about longevity in the game and still maintaining one of the illest flows EVER, we are discussing G. Rap. The man is amazing.
The collaborative album, Son Of G Rap, is dropping on June 8th.
Who better to echo the codes of the street than the one and only Kool G Rap, Termanology, and Saigon? Everyone is gunning for the spot…for your spot. So stick to the protocol, ya dig? This song is tough. MoSS has got the horns blowing and the drums a snapping on this joint.
There’s so much more from G Rap, and you need to check out his album, Return Of The Don.
Taiyamo Denku and producer D-Cypha recently released a new album, Radioactive. The album exclusively contains bangers. D-Cypha has a real knack from collecting dope sounds and making phenomenal music. Denku, over the years, has proved adaptable to those very same rhythms that Cypha creates. In an album full of features, he sounds comfortable on every track. This track featuring Kool G Rap and War Beyah is the perfect illustration, because sometimes we all run out of fucks to give.
It’s hard to argue with the dopeness found in this song. Taiyamu Denku and Australian producer DCYPHA are out to create some night stalker music with their collaborative album, SUPERNATURAL. The album is going to drop on June 25th with a slew of dope guest spots. As a matter of fact, with Kool G Rap and Vinnie Paz on this joint, I am pretty sure that someone lost their life in the making of this song…Fire!!!
This is the lead single off of the DCM compilation, Opportunity Knocks Part 2. The track features some some heavy hitters in the form of Kool G Rap, Maffew Ragazino, and Typ iLL rocking over some DJ Supa Dave production. Hopefully this new project will be here sooner rather than later because we are in desperate need for some new dope here at HHD.
Album: I Plead The 5th
Listen. I am going to make this easy to understand. If you like that raw, grimy, New York boom-bap, then Nutso is that dude. I don’t know if there is a doper delivery in the Rotten Apple than his. Sure there are people who have clever rhyme schemes and intricacies but when it comes to straight flow and emotion, Nutso has got it on lock.
Don Streat isn’t just content with that Animal Pak Banger, he’s crafted two more joints for the people to ride to. The first features Kool G Rap and the second features Dirt Platoon. He really is making a name for himself with the consistent string of dope releases. I can’t wait to hear his album. These songs are beyond tough.