Serge Severe is back and rhyming with a razor’s edge with his new project Dream Under Fire. To illustrate the blade with which he cuts we have the lead track from the album, Guillotine Dreams, which features production from Theory Hazit. Every time Severe illustrates the skill…it’s worth peeping the painting.
New joint from Serge Severe which is an autobiographical narrative as to how the artist made his climb to the position that he is in today. It’s a soulful joint, and it has an ethereal quality to the music. Severe is doing what he does best and that’s connecting with people through music. He is giving you something you can relate to in the most beautiful of ways. Reyna Mallare plays the songstress and producer Haze Felix laces the beat.
Serge Severe drops the visuals from my favorite track off of his album, The MC. Everything comes together on this joint with Maze Rockwell firing up the horns and haunting vocal sample for Severe to run through with crisp, yet engaging lyricism. This track really typifies what Severe accomplishes on his new album, which you have to hear.
You can read my full review here.
Artist: Serge Severe
Album: The MC
- Left You
- No Debate
- La Voz
- Say Nothing
- What The Sayin’
- Spat Energy
- New Generation
- Treat H.E.R. Right
- Stay Alive
- The Vigil
Serge Severe is back in the lab making music, after a sabbatical of sorts. It’s a pleasure for all of us to see him back in the studio, doing his thing, and creating an album of this caliber. The skills and talent that made him a staple on this site for years are still evident and shine greatly on his latest release, appropriately entitled, The MC.
Serge Severe is back at it dropping new music, this time over some snapping drums from Gen.Erik. Severe dropped a series of EPs a few years ago and I rocked with ALL of them. We featured almost all of his material. And it sounds like he’s about ready to unleash a new album in the coming months, and best believe we will be down.
Serge Severe and Zapata reunite once again to add a classic hip hop touch to their social commentary. The country is at it’s most divisive point in the 21st Century and the fellas are here to lend some perspective to it. Zapata and Severe have always been an amazing combo. I appreciate their past collaborations perhaps more than any other recent partnership. They just sound so in sync. This soulful landscape along with truly poetic observation, make this cut one to hear.
It’s been a bit since we have heard a project from Serge Severe but things are about to change. His latest track, Make It, takes you through his journey as an artist. From small town to worldwide, Severe has made some serious strides and you will feel the full breadth of his capabilities come the fall when he releases a much anticipated project.
Production on this joint from Stewart Villain.
The Serge Severe and Gen.Erik collaboration has been a long time and coming as the two have known each other for seven years. But better late than never as the two are teaming up for a project due out later on this year. For the single, Say Nothing, you get nothing less than vintage Severe flipping over some hard hitting drum from Gen.Erik.