Oh these guys are dropping it heavy! Reef, Planet Asia, and Skrewtape are firing off heat rocks that your iTunes may not be able to handle. These flows are intense with both delivery and content and the beat from Bear One is just a little vicious. Enjoy this!
Skrewtape is back with some new dope with his latest single, Sell It For Two. This song has a chill and uptempo vibe to it that just kind of glides into those eardrums.
Skrewtape is just one of those dudes that has done no wrong behind the mic. Always delivering that raspy illness in his music. He is due for a new album so hopefully that’s on the way.
Rob Viktum’s album, Shoot The Messenger, actually drops at midnight tonight on all the digital outlets and this is the title track from the album. You’ve got the grimiest of the grimy on this joint. It’s a tough lineup of emcees with Lil Fame, Skrewtape, and Guilty Simpson on the mic. The production almost has a TV Score feel. Really dope.
I can’t wait to peep the project.
Problems can sometimes feel insurmountable but these emcees are going to take their best shot over a neuro-stimulating Snowgoons production. Locksmith, Skrewtape, and Rite Hook each spit some bars about how the odds are stacked against them and each day can seem like a fist fight. It’s an interesting combination of artists that create a dope and cohesive joint.
Goon Bap drops in four days…make sure you check it.
Reef’s music has proved to be timeless. He stays dropping gems.
“…if you’ve beat everyone already, who are you supposed to fight?”
Always bringing that raw boom bap…with dope lyricism.
Out of all the new artists I featured around last year, Coast may be my favorite. His album, March First, was full of non stop bangers that still receives a lot of rotation here. Now we have a new cut and the announcement of a new project, #Withoutpapers, which has a ‘coming soon’ tag. I will promote this artist to the fullest as a shining light in a most stale musical world. He brings a lot of energy and skill to the mic. As an extra bonus, another artist making his name felt, Skrewtape, along with Taboo, join him on this track. Stay tuned for more.
Skrewtape is making moves and it’s easy to see why. He rides this imperial beat provided by The Wurxs with a certain type of hunger and ferocity that suggests that no one is going to stand in his way towards success. I’m always on the lookout for more material from this exceptional artists and you should share the same mindset. Very few are giving the people that grim, gritty, yet lyrical flavor.
Skrewtape is an artist that definitely deserves more exposure and recognition. He has a grimy and gritty sound that plays perfect over this Mr. Green production. I’ve been a fan of his ever since the promotion started for his debut LP, Skumbag Millionaires.
I don’t know if this song has a home yet, but Skrewtape does have a new album out called No Filter which I was unaware of and will be copping shortly.