This is a video combo single from the Snowgoons’ recent album, Snowgoons Infantry. It’s two dope tracks mashed together to showcase some of the talent that’s contained on their many highly regarded projects. The first track features (once again) Recognize Ali, Lord Goat, and DJ TMB. The second cut features bars from Ren Thomas who is just vicious with his sixteens these days.
DJ Illegal of the Snowgoons linked up with Side Effect for a new project this past Halloween called, Musica De Los Muertos. There’s something a little maniacal in the lyricism, music, and the visuals. It’s a little like an audible walk through a distorted funhouse. Enjoy!
Here’s another video from the collaborative album from Nine and the Snowgoons, King. On the track, I Am, Nine becomes the very embodiment of hip-hop as he references time, places, persons, and labels that we any hip-hop head worth his or her salt would be able to reference.
Nine has been keeping his name buzzing for a few months as his new project, King, is set to drop on Septemeber 9th. I am admittedly needing a late pass on this cut/video because it has been out for a moment. It’s been sitting in my inbox for more than a few days and I just peeped it moments ago, and it’s pretty damn sensational. Nine sets himself apart on this track Killmonger, produced by the Snowgoons, offering an alternative to the cookie-cutter mentality that abounds out there. The writing was really on point and the track has an epic sound about it.
Two independent hip hop icons link up when Snowgoons and Cunninlynguists unite for the cut I Walk Alone. The vibe of the track is very soulful and also a very fitting joint for the ‘lynguists to rock over. It’s a very appropriate joint to utilize as the first single for the Snowgoons’ upcoming project, Black Snow 2.0.
Enjoyable hip hop from some of the best!
Here’s something new from 2Ugli’s bandcamp featuring someone I hadn’t heard from in a long while, Cage. The track is produced Serbia’s own, Trillian, and he is lacing the two emcees with some deep darkness. DJ Danetic on the the cuts. I hope you guys enjoy this treat.
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.
This video from the Savage Brothers comes off of their most recent effort, Freedom Or Death. This is probably my favorite track from the album, as the Snowgoons give this cut almost a heavenly vibe while the emcees put in their dirties work on the microphone. It’s a yin and yang thing working here. A definite plus is including the legend, C-Rayz Walz, on the cut.
Rite Hook is back with a Sicknature produced single as a prelude to his forthcoming album Modify. Rite Hook brings a ton of energy to the track along with his trademark gravelly-voiced hooks. And those two things have been his calling card for years. If you haven’t been put on to Rite Hook releases previously, be sure to check out his albums, Draw You In and From The Wrong.
This video is the title track from NBS and Snowgoons upcoming collaborative album, Trapped In America. There’s definitely some poignant imagery and lyricism to be had on this track as it pertains to abuses of authorities upon the Black Community in many different locales. It’s powerful stuff laced into your daily hip hop dose. It certainly helps that the Snowgoons laced a real banger.
The new album drops on July 4th and don’t think for one second that’s a coincidence.