New single from Rock’s upcoming album, Ether Rocks. Shark Tank features Boot Camp bars a plenty from Rock, Steel, and Ruste Juxx over some violin inspired boom bap from producer Ron Browz who produces the enitre forthcoming project. This joint is as tough as you would expect when hearing this line up, and I anticpate more of the same from the album. It’s an auto-cop.
Ruste Juxx and DJ Views link up for a strong street banger, with the video single, But For Now. And Juxx always asserts a powerful mic presence no matter the beat he is riding, and he’s been doing that time and time again. The definition of ill consistency. Here DJ Views links him up with something quite heavy. Elite talent showing out in timeless fashion. I hope this is the first single for a bigger project between two.
Dope production from the much respected DJ Duke (RIP) featuring the contrasting styles of Napoleon Da Legend and Ruste Juxx. Production features different cascading keys and some hard hitting drums, while DJ Ni’xon chops it up at the end putting that cherry on the top of a dope hip hop track. This is that rough and rugged boom bap flavor.
Damn this DJ Views track sounds so nice! I love this violin sample he is working with and Ruste Juxx sounds razor sharp on this track. I am a big fan of Juxx and pretty sure I own his entire discography but this track is up there with his best.
I hope this is part of a bigger project either from Views or Juxx. It sounds too good to be a one off.
This is my favorite track off of Ruste Juxx and Tone Spliff’s new album, Magma. I love the guitar laden riffs that Spliff lays down. It gives the track a nasty and dirty sound. Keeping it grimy. And that’s a great canvas for Juxx and UG to paint on as they are an excellent pairing to keep the suckas out of their circle. The styles really play well off of each other.
Here’s a gem I want to make sure that everyone hears. Producer Greve leads an all-star cast of emcee with a beat that sounds like boom-bap meets the River Dance and the result is hype! I love the use of the fiddle (?) loop. That shit is fire when coupled with this beat and the scratching. Emcees Termanology, Ruste Juxx, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and UG each rip strong sixteens to make a truly compelling track.
I suggest you check out the project, Eternal, as soon as possible.
There is really nobody wreaking more havoc in 2019 than Ruste Juxx. He is bringing you an onslaught of projects to close out the year and this quite possibly could be my favorite joint from him thus far in 2019. I am loving the production (it’s the strings!) of Mephux coupled with the viciousness of Juxx. Things can get quite hostile on this track.
Be on the lookout for 2-3 projects to drop this year from Juxx…including this one with Trillmatic.
Ruste Juxx and producer BigBob have a new collaborative offering on the way in the form of the new album, Culturally Rich. This track right here continues to give Juxx yet another dimension because he is dropping knowledge and important perspective. And he does this with a ferocity that not many can match. BigBob is able to match that intensity with some big production of his own.
At this juncture…Juxx career is epic and his message is more powerful than ever!
Ruste Juxx uniting with Tone Spliff for the upcoming project, U Know Whut Crime It Iz. I am not sure when that is going to drop but here you get the fist sampling from that project now with the cut For Every Shell. If you are familiar with Ruste Juxx (which you should be) then you know the formula. Raw raps to your grill and you are going to love it!