Here’s some of that heat from one of the toughest albums out this year, Gems From The Equinox. Meyhem Lauren and DJ Muggs proved to be a deadly force and this song is the perfect sample to get an idea of what they cooked up in the kitchen. The sound on the album is a lot like this song….really big! Enjoy this dope record.
Here’s some headnod shit from Meyhem Lauren and DJ Muggs’ forthcoming album, Gems From The Equinox. And, for real, Lauren sounds crisper than ever on this cut! And this production and pairing really suit Roc Marciano as well. Dope first single should build great anticipation for the album dropping in a couple of weeks.
Artist: AG Da Coroner
Album: Crushed Grapes
1. Welcome To My World
2. Problem (ft. Lord Nez)
3. Not Gonna Cry
4. Ghetto Love (ft. Lord Nez & M. Reck)
5. Luca Brasi (Sleep)
6. Stars Are Born (ft. M. Reck)
7. What We Have (ft. Meyhem Lauren)
8. Live From Cheeta (ft. Lord Nez, Nutso, Spit Gemz, Realm Reality & Termanology)
9. New York Never Left
I saw AG Da Coroner make comments on Twitter a few weeks ago suggesting that some underground fans didn’t like Crushed Grapes because it wasn’t all just “hot bars”. I couldn’t fathom it when I read it, so I feel obligated to set people straight. This project is full of not only top notch bars, but also production, guest shots, and content. There’s really no other way to put it. I have never heard the Coroner make anything remotely soft or borderline and to suggest this project is less than stellar seems sacrilegious in the house of hip hop.
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.
I had truly forgotten how dope this song is and was reminded quite quickly. The production from KNO is certain to get you open and the emcees know how to flip on a banger. This cut is off of the collaborative album from MarQ Spekt and Kno, MacheteVision.
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.
This list of emcees is the “in-list” right now. I mean these guys are all very sought after guest shots right now. This is that ‘classic’ type of posse cut right here. The beat is titillating but not overbearing with the keys. This is the first single off of J57’s forthcoming EP, 2057. You know we will be watching out for that!
It’s Cold Heat, baby! Jak Danielz and Johnnie Walker are back with some more burnerz for your IPod. Both of these tracks are coming off of their forthcoming album, Raising The Bar. That album should be dropping on July 12th. If you are not familiar with their previous work it is time to do so. They really put together some great music. They are known for working with some of hip hop’s finest artists, but don’t get it twisted. Jak Danielz is an iillll spitter. He has a flow that makes you do a double take and these tracks are no different. Enjoy these jawns until the album drops, then be sure to cop. (These come courtesy of Dot Got It and Rock The Dub respectively.)