Here’s another single from GQ Nothin Pretty’s new album, Animation. Oh you don’t have that! Big dummy. This joint is raw. I steadily bump his joint with Tragedy Khadafi, High Quota, as one of the best tracks this year. And this track with King Magnetic and Ruste Juxx is right on par with that. Trilian on the beat!
New single from Kyo Itachi’s forthcoming album, Genkidama, featuring oft-collaborator Ruste Juxx. These two, over the course of the last couple of years and two projects, have really honed in on a sound. Itachi intermingles the strings with the drums while Juxx lets off his sixteen without fear and remorse.
There are high hopes for this project. Itachi has become one of the top producers in the game and the project is laden with heavy lyrical hitters.
Fresh off the release of Sir Diggy’s EP, Gold Frame Portraits, drops the video single for the cut Illest Ever Made. Nickel Plated puts the panic in the production, Juxx on the chorus, and Diggy with AG Da Coroner on the sixteens. This joint surely jumps!
I copped and checked the EP and it all bangs as hards as this track, so check it out if you are feeling this song.
Artist: Endemic Emerald x Skanks The Rap Martyr
2.You gone learn [Ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq & Kasim Allah]
3.Trouble [Ft. E Class Wright]
4.Make believe [Ft. Berry Boo, P General & Halie Ali]
5.Prison riot [Ft. Ruste Juxx & Kasim Allah]
6.Half baked [Ft. Haz Diggs]
7.The pain of life
8.Straight out da NYC [Ft. Shatike & Rim da Villain]
9.Mercy [Ft. E Class Wright]
10.Legends live forever [Ft. Daddie Notch]
11.Serious no Joke [Ft. Mic Handz]
12.Omnipotent [Ft. Tragedy Khadafi]
If I understand the story correctly, producer Endemic Emerald and emcee Skanks The Rap Martyr of Bankai Fam met each four years ago in NYC and there began a mutual respect for each other’s talents. This album, Rapsploitation, is culmination of that admiration and it is us, the fans that reap the benefit.
Man, just looking at the combination of Ruste Juxx and Nutso over a beat from Lowcut and Nix’on on the cuts, I knew this joint was going to go hard and it didn’t disappoint one iota. You want a joint to get hype to? This is the one! Hard beat and hard rhymes.
Apparently Low Cut has got a new album dropping on March 17th entitled, Dead End. You know that’s going to have some fire!
From Da Streets is a new single from Dro Pesci’s forthcoming album , Groundhog Day, which is dropping on February 2nd. And here you get what you would expect, some gritty street narratives from Pesci, Ruste Juxx, and Nems, over a beat with a piano riff created by Vic Grimes that makes you think of Halloween the movie. Ill shit right here!
I forget what cut I heard Jake Palumbo rock on that made me check for him, but here he is with a new cut/video, Exoskeleton, off of his new album, Jake It Till You Make It. This track is tough featuring heavy hitters Ruste Juxx and Tek. I copped the album but haven’t given it a full listen, but given the strength of this cut and some of his guest shots, I am expecting a win.
This is a new joint from Endemic Emerald’s forthcoming offering, Black Bag Operation. Emerald has become somewhat of a specialist with that soulful boom bap flavor. The track has those snapping snares but a well placed vocal sample for some added depth. I really have not heard him do wrong behind the boards. Adding their flows to the joint are Ruste Juxx and Kasim Allah. So you know you have that hardbody flavor.
This is a top notch joint from Hex One & 5th Element’s album, Hologramz. This joint is some vintage hard bodied hip hop right here. Hex One and Halfcut each wield super crafty lines that keep the listener on pins and needles, only to be contrasted with Ruste Juxx’s Brooklyn braggadiocio style. You know bodies get strewn about when he spits on the mic.
Great song from a great album that you should already own!
One of the doper tracks from Ruste Juxx and VSthebest’s collaborative project, Ready To Juxx. The whole album knocks, but this joint right here, featuring Skyzoo, knocks the hardest. The trio takes heads to schools with lyricism that is rooted in the foundations of hip hop over a beat that was simply meant for some BK representatives to rock over. Nothing artificial found here!