Homeboy Sandman has one of most unique flows and styles in hip hop. His flow, voice, and cadence are easy to differentiate from his contemporaries. But what it is also easy to distinguish is his creativity, his ability to dissect topics, and his marvelous sense of humor. Waiting On My Girl is awesome on so many levels, not the least of which is how relatable to some of us it might be. And the visuals for this track are nothing short of outstanding. Another great video to showcase today. Quelle Chris on the production which again is top notch.
Premrock once again smites convention with his latest Quelle Chris produced track, Lens. The rhythm has a jazz type vibe to it, with a lot of cymbal being featured instead of relying on the snare. It sounds much like, Premrock creates his own rhythm and cadence that the beat follows, instead of vice versa.
It’s just another example of what makes Premrock unique. His album, A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, will grace us on April 15th.
If you didn’t know this was dropping today, you probably have been living under a rock or maybe you are new to this hip hop thing. At any rate, I am experimenting with a new way of promoting some dope hip hop releases when they drop (Tuesdays). All these singles drop previously and maybe you see them, maybe you don’t, but I am going to compile them for you so you can check out the singles that dropped and potentially (hopefully) purchase the album below. Sean P!