Here’s my favorite joint off of DJ Chong Wizard’s new project The Reality Stone. Wilson Fisk Meets Manny Merengue is a throwback of sorts for me as it features two emcees who came up together and I have been following for a long time, Hus Kingpin and Smoovth. This time they get a beat from Hobgoblin, and it’s a heater.
Producer Flu unleashes the dark and haunting strings that the streets use for creeping around corners and so that Smoovth can drop a couple of effortless sixteens. This is music you use to throw your hoodie up and go for a walk on a rainy night with your headphones on. I love my hip-hop just like this!
Artist: DJ Enyoutee
Album: Power Of Words
1. Milano Constantine – Flying Saucers produced by DJ Enyoutee
2. King Magnetic & SmooVth – Broadcasting Live produced by Haleem The GodBrother
3. Alpha Faktion – Creative Control “Re-Program” produced by Venom
4. D Strong & King RA – VLAD TV produced by Supreme Da Almighty
5. Realio Sparkzwell – Save My City produced by Plague MD
6. Zagnif Nori & King Author – Head Hunting produced by Plague MD
7. Dirt Platoon – ’88 produced by 3I’sYd
8. Rap P – Make It or Take It produced by Supreme Da Almighty
9. The Bad Seed – What I’m On produced by Tensho
10. Alpha Faktion & Starvin B – Inner Savage produced by Plague MD
11. Planet Asia, Tone Cuff, Krumb Snatcha – Sacred Math produced by Plague MD
12. I.N.F. – The Cycle produced by Plague MD
13. Reap – Who Knows? produced by Plague MD
14. Toxsicpreme Al-Amin – Shine produced by Rebelxgenius
15. D.V. Alias Khryst, Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Lord Have Mercy – Veteran Status Remix produced by DLP
16. Whichcraft – Bring The Light produced Plague MD
17. Born Unique & Milano Constantine – Destruct produced by DJ Spinna
18. UG, Skanks the Rap Martyr, King Author, Nowaah The Flood, DJ Tekwun, The Bad Seed, Zagnif Nori – Strength In Numbers produced by The Custodian Of Records
19. Planet Asia & Goretex – Return To Power produced by Supreme Da Almighty
20. L.E.O. & Last Measure – Ample Time produced by Plague MD
21. Alpha Faktion – Breaking Ground produced by Chess Pain
22. IDE – Mic Hog produced by DJ Enyoutee
23. Planet Asia – Over The Airwaves produced by Plague MD
24. Starvin B – The Flame Thrower produced by Plague MD
25. Planet Asia, Tone Cuff, Krumb Snatcha – Sacred Math Remix produced by Mr. Jack
I have yet to listen to this but I HAD to get it out there. DJ Enyoutee started releasing some singles months ago, and I had made the suggestion that these should be compiled in some form or fashion and I was told that was definitely going to be happening. And the Power Of Words is that thought to fruition.
I mean just look at this lineup! There are so many ill spittas and producers on this thing you can not go wrong! This is the kind of project that we run this site for! Awesome lineup and technically you can get it for free. But if you don’t put something down on a project of this nature…I am calling it right now…bitch move.
Put to the cause and support good music!
I am really now just getting up on Eto and what he is bringing to the table. I heard him murk a few features and thought I needed to get up on his projects. I saw this new EP with producer Flu entitled, Motion Picture. And this is the track that they are all talking about. It’s some back alley, watch your back music going on right here with this beat and the features from Crimeapple and Smoovth.
I am going to have to go through his back catalogue now!
Planet Asia is gearing up for another album, Mansa Musa, which is set to drop in a couple of days and since the man can do no wrong, and you love hip hop, this is an auto-cop. Who has consistently dropped more dopeness than Planet Asia over the years? No one has delivered what he has with this type of consistency.
On the single, Mansa Musa Medallions, Hus Kingpin and Smoovth join Planet Asia over a glorious production from J.O.D. The track has an ill, yet glorious flavor about it.
Here’s a new DJ Rybe produced track featuring rhymes from Code Nine and Smoovth. The resulting product is definitely some head not effect. Rybe gets the horns blowing and the emcees put in some excellent work. Not sure if this is off of an future project, but I hope you checked out Rybe’s Channel Zero from early last year., as that was some serious dope.
This beat from Vic Grimes is just point blank, treacherous. I love how the guitar maneuvers through the drums. Daniel Son, Acetik, and SmooVth each put in quality work on the microphone making this song something memorable.
There is no word if this joint is destined for a particular project, but stay tuned!
Here is a track, Ferocious, from Saran Rap’s recent EP, Heavy Crates. I am putting this out there because I think some heads are missing out on this project. It’s got a few heavy hitters in terms of emcees, and definitely has that boom bap appeal. I certainly think it fits the mold of what we are trying to do here at HipHopDependency.
Of course on this track you’ve got Agallah, Smoovth, and Spit Gemz slaying mics, and who doesn’t like that line up. Enjoy!
This is a single from Agallah’s new mixtape, Don Status. This is actually my first taste of music from the project and it’s making me think I should check the whole thing. The production from Organik Poisons has a really smooth sound with the cascading sample. The emcees each do their thing effectively, but Spit Gemz’ bars are the showstopper.
SmooVth drops a somber and reflective joint upon us. He expresses some regret in life but also display resiliency by being able to move past events and succeed. This is the type of music that we can all get behind and relate to. Camoflauge Monk on the beat.