Here is the first video single from Reef The Lost Cause’s next album, The Majestic. Stay Golden offers what you have come to expect from Reef over the years. He’s got those sharp bars and a knack for formulating them into some ill verses. He does just that over some production from Caliph-NOW.
Oh these guys are dropping it heavy! Reef, Planet Asia, and Skrewtape are firing off heat rocks that your iTunes may not be able to handle. These flows are intense with both delivery and content and the beat from Bear One is just a little vicious. Enjoy this!
Artist: William Cooper
Album: God’s Will
01. Yesterday (God Frequency)
02. God’s Will (feat. Pace Won)
03. Something Ain’t Right (feat. Nature)
04. Grym Reaper
05. Never Fall
06. Blue Dreaming
07. True-n-Livin’ Nightmares (feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Sticky Fingaz)
08. Stairway to the Matrix
9. Morpheus Prophecies (feat. Planet Asia)
10. Verbal Checkmate (feat. Killah Priest)
11. Holy Mountain (feat. Sean Price & Stoneface)
12. Secrets of Oz
13. The Cycle (feat. Ill Bill & Trife Diesel)
14. Volcanic Winter (feat. 9th Prince)
15. 7th Odyssey (feat. Timbo King & Killah Priest)
16. Channel Z
17. Zombieland (feat. Diabolic)
18. Marvelous Minds (feat. Big Twins & Big Noyd)
19. Closer to God (feat. Rah Digga)
20. MC Supremacy
21. Second Chance (feat. Stoneface)
23. The Sequel
24. My Brother’s Keeper (feat. Stoneface)
25. Ultimate Spit (feat. Young Zee)
26. Illustrious Vision
I can’t think of an album in recent memory that was this long that maintained this much consistency as does God’s Will from William Cooper. When listening to this album you will notice a cohesiveness you typically don’t associate with a project of this length. In my mind that’s just one of the things that makes this album special. There are so many individual components that contribute to making this album a must listen so let’s take a look at some of those finer points.
William Cooper unleashes the first single for his upcoming album, God’s Will, which drops on May 5th. On this track, Cooper, Reef The Lost Cauze, and Sticky Fingaz deliver bars of stark realism to dash your day dreams over a powerful beat by BP.
Artist: King Syze
Album – Union Terminology
2. Boilerplate Language
4. Union Goons (feat Lawrence Arnell)
5. Due Process
7. Fruit Of Labor (feat Reef The Lost Cauze)
9. Business Agents (feat Planetary and Lawrence Arnell)
10. Last Chance Agreement
11. Work Stoppage
This is not a review. There is simply no time. I just wanted to make you guys aware that this joint dropped. I have King Syze’s entire discography and every album is completely dope. It’s authentic material and I encourage you all to cop this.
Artist: Matt Maddox
Album: Righteous Fury (Amazon, iTunes)
1. No Country For Old Men produced by Engineer
2. Interlude produced by Sultan Mir
3. Sick & Tired cuts by TMB produced by Sultan Mir
4. BARbarians ft Godilla, UG & Born Unique produced by Hellzwind
5. Work ft Mina Fedora produced by Skammadix
6. El Mariachi produced by Nemesis
7. The Get Back ft King Magnetic produced by Skammadix
8. Comedy Pt 1 produced by Skammadix
9. Murder Weapons ft Swann Cuts by TMB produced by C Lance (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
10. Spider Man ft Adlib & Reef The Lost Cauze produced by Vanderslice
11. Mjolnir ft Burke the Jurke Cuts by TMB produced by C Lance (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
12. King Killer produced by Sicknature (of Germany’s Snowgoons)
13. Olympus Has Fallen Cuts by TMB produced by Hellzwind
14. Upon A Pale Horse ft Edd Bundy Cuts by TMB produced by the UK’s Edd Bundy
15. Comedy Pt 2 produced by Skammadix
16. A Time To Kill Cuts by TMB produced by Hellzwind
17. Street Art ft Tragedy Khadafi Cuts by TMB produced by Skammadix
18. Reality’s a Bitch produced by Skammadix
19. Show Must Go On produced by Nemesis
Some albums ease a listener into the moment, while others grab you by the throat and demand your attention. Righteous Fury, the most recent album from Matt Maddox, is going to fall in the latter category. From the instant you hear the first cut. you are both engaged and threatened by what you hear. You are threatened because, from the jump, you find out that Maddox is not going to be mincing words and he will name names of those siting on the pedestals. He has thrown ‘today’s hip hop’ on it’s head and as a listener you can not remove the headphones, you become obligated to listen to this release from start to finish.
Reef The Lost Cauze collabs with Masta Ace and Jaysaun for the banger Power Moves. I am not sure what project this joint is destined for but it certainly bangs. Any time I see Jaysaun providing guest bars, I know the joint is about to get bodied. The man has no soft verses. Psych Major on the beat. Enjoy!
New video off of Estoeric and Stu Bangas’ upcoming album, Machete Mode. The album is available for preorder on itunes right now and is slated to drop on November 26th. This particular cut has a tag team battle taking place over some ill Stu Bangas’ production. It’s Planetary and Blacastan taking on Reef and Esoteric. You decide the victor!
It’s trippy…trippy. Who knew that Reef The Lost Cause was dropping a project this year? I sure did not. This joint is off the new record entitled Reef The Lost Cause Is Dead. The dope production comes courtesy of Caliph-NOW. Really nice work there. Can’t wait to hear more! New record dropping on Christmas, so while my kid is unwrapping Christmas gifts…I can be DLing dope music!
Artist: Genghis Khan
Album: The Broken Love
1. Salvation (feat. Unconscious Rascall)
2. Violence (feat. Thirstin Howl III, Block McCloud, Gutta, Chris Carbene & DJ Waxwork)
3. Enter the Void (feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Spit Gemz)
4. The Black Lodge (feat. Block McCloud)
5. Baby Boy
6. Sadistic Sphinx (feat. Block McCloud & Virtuoso)
7. Eat Your Motherfucking Heart Out (feat. Unconscious Rascall, Dirt Tha General & Chief Kamachi)
8. Hotel Hyde
9. Lust and Loves Domain
10. This Tainted Impulse
11. Kill the Magic (Remix) (feat. Julia Baburova)
12. She Used To Be Love
13. Fallen (feat. Unconscious Rascall)
Today I bring you something entirely different type of project. The Broken Love is unlike anything I have reviewed or heard before, which is actually very refreshing. The first thing that comes to mind when I heard this project for the first time is the word taboo. I felt like was reading a blacklisted book that I was told never to touch or like Adam and Eve when they touched the forbidden tree in the Garden Of Eden. Is that too melodramatic? Perhaps. But I want you to understand, in no uncertain terms, how unique this album is.