Q-Unique takes a look back on things that he has either been a part of or has witnessed in his music career as a part of Hip Hop Culture. Pretty dope cut, that you can find off of his album, The Mechanic. It’s a dop project that you should definitely check for.
I missed this track from the Creative Juices’ camp when I was on my move back to Virginia. Jise narrates a story about a man who has fallen in life over a melancholy (yeah, I said it) Q-Unique beat. The track is of of the the forthcoming album, The Passion Of Jise which every head should be checking for.
This is the first of two singles I will be posting today from Stu Bangas’ Straight Death 2 project which is set to drop digitally on April 8th, and heck that ain’t too far away to get your hands on some audio dope.
Pretty much the title says it all: This joint is a dark banger that is meant to beat you upside the head.
This is absolutely one of the most artistic and innovative videos I have seen this year. So I tip my hat to the team who came up with that idea. Very innovative. Meanwhile, if you haven’t heard that track then you haven’t purchased the album yet. PLEASE DO SO NOW!
Album: Devil Never Dies Mixtape
1. The Religion (prod. Silvamore)
2. My Girl, My Wife, My Mother My Bitch (prod. LuBalz)
3. The Deadzone (prod. Stoupe, cuts by Reel Drama)
4. Black and Blue Flag ft. Jaysaun (prod. Silvamore)
5. Thru The Rain ft. Blacastan (prod. Silvamore)
6. Off The Sidewalk ft. Cyrus Deshield (prod. Falside)
7. Going Down ft. Jaysaun (prod. Silvamore)
8. The Worst (prod. Statik Selektah)
9. Old English II ft. Esoteric (prod. Esoteric)
10. Burn ft. Amadeus & Chilla Jones (prod. Sicknature)
11. Envy ft. Termanology (prod. Moss)
12. It Ain’t Happenin ft. Amadeus & Blacastan (prod. Falside)
13. It’s Too Late ft. Amadeus (prod. Double Chamberz)
14. Science Of the Trife ft. Ill Bill & Q-Unique (prod. C. Lance)
15. Settin’ It Off ft. Reks, Jaysaun & Steven King (prod. Statik Selektah)
16. Trail Of Blood (prod. Statik Selektah)
18. Mind Of A Criminal (Remix) (prod. LuBalz)
Slaine was sure to be excited about the release of his debut album, A World Without Skies. Then came word that he needed to pay for sample clearance and the project would not release on the anticipated date in October. But rather than sulk over spilled milk, Slaine went right back to the lab and put together the mixtape, The Devil Never Dies for his fans. This wasn’t just slapped together. It couldn’t have been. I do know that Slaine, according to his Twitter account and the Outro of this mixtape, was hitting the studio for all night sessions trying to get this mixtape completed. Not only did he succeed in completing the project, but he earns our #2 spot for Mixtape of the Year.