This is a video combo single from the Snowgoons’ recent album, Snowgoons Infantry. It’s two dope tracks mashed together to showcase some of the talent that’s contained on their many highly regarded projects. The first track features (once again) Recognize Ali, Lord Goat, and DJ TMB. The second cut features bars from Ren Thomas who is just vicious with his sixteens these days.
This track is a couple of weeks old, but I am going to share it anyway because it’s just too good to not be included on the site. Tone Spliff laces our emcees with a high paced banger and chops it up proper while the trio of Recognize Ali, Ren Thomas, and Ruste Juxx all contribute their distinctive verbals to track…each with a different but dope ‘style’.
It’s a sureshot that’s dropping on a project due out later this year called, Renaissance.
Ren Thomas has dropped a series of dope singles recently, and this one is just another dope cut to add to a long list. The road to success occurs on the back of an Anno Domini production and lyricism from Thomas and Banish Habitual. This song packs some heat with inspiration laced inside.
Can we get a Ren Thomas album?
The bridge between winning and losing… I done burned it.
I really enjoy the product that Ren Thomas consistently puts out. He’s got quite a few dope records to his credit, and this one is right up there with the rest of them. Father Focus Confucious (underrated as fuck) laces Thomas with some serious fire. I love this beat with the sample. And Thomas delivers verses consistent with the duality of person.
This shit goes!
Now this track is one that simply goes! Vanderslice produces a concise yet dark track that assumes the perfect landscape for Ren Thomas, Skrewtape, and Slaughter Rico to rock over. I especially appreciate Thomas’ intensity to start the ball rollin’. He has that intensity that really hits home.
I am not sure where this track is destined to surface or if it’s just a loosie, but it’s certainly dope.
Is it the music or is it the woman? Ren Thomas doesn’t have a choice in his new single Oil & Water. Hip Hop is just ingrained in Thomas just as is oxygen to air. The track has a bluesy feel to it as the emcee put his feelings to in the bars. It hurts to lose somebody that you love, when you can’t change something intrinsic in yourself.
If you don’t have his album, I Been Nice, you definitely need to check it. Incredibly dope!
Nobody is setting this party off like Ren Thomas off his new track, Lifted Up, featuring fellow emcee Tab. It’s all about the good times and relaxing on this joint but let me tell you that this track is just the tip of the iceberg, because his album, I Been Nice, is a BEAST PROJECT. There are so many good songs on that album, that is a must have for 2017. Check it!
This track is tangible truth that the art of story telling is not dead in hip hop. Ren Thomas narrates a pretty intricate detail of a woman who is trying to get out of a bad situation. Some pretty amazing visuals are depicted through Thomas’ bars and I encourage you to check them out. I guess this song is actually circa mid 2014 but I just caught wind of it on the bandcamp site.
This song comes off of Ren Thomas’ project, Who The Fuck Is Ren Thomas?
Solo For Dolo is releasing music at a fairly good pace and now we get word that his EP, Back To Basics will be dropping on December 25th free of charge, in conjunction with producer, Don Producci. For this track, the two invite Ren Thomas and Billy Snubbs on the mic as well. Producci really gets cooking with this production. It’s f’ckn fantastic. He’s got some groovy percussion, keys, and a killer sample. The emcees all get live on this one with some dope bars. This is the sure shot.