I just listened to Lord Willin and Redd Rebel’s new project, Fire & Steel, and was thoroughly impressed. Lots of banging beats on this project with hard rhymes. I definitely recommend you pick it up. Here you have a Sultan Mir produced joint with N.B.S.’ V Knuckles lending his mic expertise to the track. Don’t sleep! This one knocks.
Recognize Ali is staying busy with yet another release on it’s way, Underground King II. And while that does not have an official release date as of yet, we do get the frist single, Godly Men, featuring Vinnie Paz and Ill Bill, produced by Sultan Mir.
And when ever Rec Ali puts his pen to work you know you are going to get a high quality music. This is certainly no different, only made moreso working alongside these legends.
Here’s a dope cut I wanted to share from Gillateen and Sultan Mir’s project, The Wrench: Tighten Up. I really enjoy the way Mir flipped the Ruelle song, Hero on a hip hop level. He’s at the top of his game for sure. Gillateen also sounds razor sharp over this track. It’s a song about the come-up! I am sure you will enjoy.
Gary Rue has announced a new project and if it is anywhere NEAR as good as the last we are all in for something dope!
That being said, this new single really speaks for itself. It’s got an incredibly raw and intense sound that was laid by much respected producer, Sultan Mir. Plus you got some pretty tough wordplay alongside Rue with Recognize Ali (not many names hotter than this one right now) and Jon Buell. DJ Trickalome then add some ill scratches to make this cut standout all the more.
Really excited to hear this project which I was told will be dropping in June.
New joint from Gary Rue who came widdit with his latest project, Every Shrink’s Wet Dream. This new single is definitely on par with where that project left off. The production from Sultan Mir, with the vocal sample, all the way down to the chorus is really dope and downright impactful. Gary Rue and guests Aye God and G-Mo Sosa deliver a solid salvo of bars making this track a standout.
Everyone knows Zilla has bars…dude could flow on for days and this song demonstrates nothing less than that ability and talent. He’s backed on the boards by Sultan Mir for this first single from the impending album, Martyr Musick. The song has got that boom-bap with a touch of soul. You get the entire head nod effect.
Awaxx, Griff Cowan, and Sultan Mir combine to show their disdain for the current state of commercial hip hop. You get the traditional boom bap flavor with the horns and heavy drums from Sultan Mir, while Awaxx and Cowan showcase their love for hip hop in lyricism.
If I am reading the Bandcamp page right, it looks like Mir and Awaxx have a collaborative album in the works. That should be dope.
Artist: Matt Maddox
1. No Country For Old Men produced by Engineer
2. Interlude produced by Sultan Mir
3. Sick & Tired cuts by TMB produced by Sultan Mir
4. BARbarians ft Godilla, UG & Born Unique produced by Hellzwind
5. Work ft Mina Fedora produced by Skammadix
6. El Mariachi produced by Nemesis
7. The Get Back ft King Magnetic produced by Skammadix
8. Comedy Pt 1 produced by Skammadix
9. Murder Weapons ft Swann Cuts by TMB produced by C Lance (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
10. Spider Man ft Adlib & Reef The Lost Cauze produced by Vanderslice
11. Mjolnir ft Burke the Jurke Cuts by TMB produced by C Lance (of Jedi Mind Tricks)
12. King Killer produced by Sicknature (of Germany’s Snowgoons)
13. Olympus Has Fallen Cuts by TMB produced by Hellzwind
14. Upon A Pale Horse ft Edd Bundy Cuts by TMB produced by the UK’s Edd Bundy
15. Comedy Pt 2 produced by Skammadix
16. A Time To Kill Cuts by TMB produced by Hellzwind
17. Street Art ft Tragedy Khadafi Cuts by TMB produced by Skammadix
18. Reality’s a Bitch produced by Skammadix
19. Show Must Go On produced by Nemesis
Some albums ease a listener into the moment, while others grab you by the throat and demand your attention. Righteous Fury, the most recent album from Matt Maddox, is going to fall in the latter category. From the instant you hear the first cut. you are both engaged and threatened by what you hear. You are threatened because, from the jump, you find out that Maddox is not going to be mincing words and he will name names of those siting on the pedestals. He has thrown ‘today’s hip hop’ on it’s head and as a listener you can not remove the headphones, you become obligated to listen to this release from start to finish.