Nems invites his contemporaries from around Brooklyn to represent their area of Tha Boro. Eddie Kaine, Ill Bill, and Rim all drop bars to showcase their residence off of this joint from the CONGO album which is out now. This joint has a nostalgic feel about as each emcee has a story and perspective to tell. Dope!
Skanks can go toe to toe with ANY emcee in the game currently! His bars are tough as nails but have this intricate quality that sounds anything but basic. I mean, the way he launches and finishes that Covid line is verified proof of lyrical talent. This is also an artist that I feel just keeps getting better and better. He invites another verified wordsmith in RIM to share the limelight and he too knows how to spit some viciousness. The Last Composer does a beautiful job re-working a sample a last heard Marco Polo use many years ago. The cascading piano and the drums with that sample sound like perfection.
Definitely check out out the full length, Out Of Nowhere, now. Every song bangs just as hard as this one. You don’t want to miss out.
I had been checking for Eddie Kaine ever since i had heard some of his guest spots from earlier this year on other artist’s projects. And lo and behold, he has dropped this album, ARUKU, and this joint featuring RIM is the second single. If you are feeling this joint then you might feel obliged to pick up the project. I did! Wavy Da Ghawd on the boards here.
A dope track from RIM’s album, D.O.A., featuring Sauce Heist. The album is no joke, it knocks ridiculously hard and it pains a hip hop head like myself to know that so many people are sleeping. The production and the rhymes laid down there upon are undoubtedly first class. This is just the tip of the iceberg. Check it!
New video from RIM of Da Villins new album, D.O.A. which is super dope! I felt his EP, Ugandan Lunch Meat, which dropped earlier this year, considerably, but this abum is on another level. The production has a dark and grimy vibe from producer Stainless Art and RIM just delivers rhymes that bend around street corners to give you his perspective. You can see and hear what I am talking about in this new video single, Slumble Pie.
Sleep not. Cop this album.
This is another single from Endemic Emerald and Skanks’ forthcoming album, Rapsploitation. I love the static and pop in the production with that lingering piano loop from Endemic. Skanks adds the perfect verbal punch needed to the track. And of course dopeness loves company, so Rim and Shatike, also show capable of serving up some certified illness.
The album is due out on May 30th.