I didn’t know it was dropping before a couple of days ago but Starvin’ B has a new album produced by One-Take, Digital Jungle. It is out RIGHT NOW. So if you love Starvin’ B material, this is for sure a must cop. You can here a sample of fire with the lead single here, Ironworkers.
He has never let me down.
More Starvin B’? Yes sir! I honestly can’t get enough of his music. This track has a grimy yet haunting vibe to it, while Starvin’ kills it yet again bar by bar. I just need another album at this point. Production comes courtesy of Eyedee.
I saw Starvin’ B throw this track up on Twitter and I am all about posting his music. Unfortunately the track is five minutes long with him only rhymin’ over the first half of it. It could have used a little more Starvin’ but as it is, I’ll take some bars over no bars.
Who is on a bigger roll than Starvin B? No one. That’s who. He’s an emcee that is at the top of his game right now and when he flips over this Fel Sweetenberg beat, you can hear what all the fervor is about. The talent is real and I am sure he hasn’t even quite started yet. The sky is the limit for Starvin B.
Make sure you check out the entire Soul Museum project.
Dope new video from Starvin’ B’s new album, The Foreigner. The visuals on this cut kept me captured for the duration of the five minutes. Everything was on point from the story line to the lighting. Often times I feel that the videos artists put out aren’t half as dope as the song itself, but this one is truly on point.
Check the album…it’s definitely ill.
Starvin’ B is one of the hottest names in the independent hip hop scene right now, and that’s for a good reason. His skills have been honed and sharpened release by release and he is at the top of his game right now. For this cut he links up with DJ M-1 for a somber banger.
“The world keeps telling you that fame is so cool“
Starvin B’s new album, Blood From A Stone is oh so good. It’s one of my favorite albums to play from front to back this year and Starvin’s best work to date. I have yet to meet anyone who disagrees with me on that last point.
One-Take handles all of the production on the album and does an outstanding job. It’s a true head knocker. This track is one of the show stoppers from the album and also shows you that Spit Gemz is as potent as ever with his bars.
“A dollar and a dream will get you a shit sandwich…” <—- Ain’t that the truth!
Starvin B does not rest! The man stays making that music. Producer One-Take utilizes the dusty horn to perfection over the kicks and snares. Starvin’ does his thing over the beat and has a great perspective to give to listeners when they are out there pursuing their dreams and goals. Don’t hate, just wall away and move on…
His new album hit bandcamp yesterday, so cop Blood From A Stone at the first available moment!
Eff Yoo is releasing some dope from his vaults and his first salvo comes in the form of The Tri-Lateral Commission which features the usual suspects of Spit Gemz and Starvin B. Led by a guitar riff, the three emcees spit nothing but bars and leave a hook unnecessary. I hope Eff Yoo has some more gems locked away. It’s too good to leave unheard.
I heard you like ill posse cuts, well guess what we have here? Yeah this what happens when The Opposition and FYL team up on a track. The body count just rises. George Black cooks up a dark symphony for our emcees to spit lava rock over. This is yet more illness from Shaz Illyork’s upcoming, Deadstock Revival.