This is my favorite track off of Ruste Juxx and Tone Spliff’s new album, Magma. I love the guitar laden riffs that Spliff lays down. It gives the track a nasty and dirty sound. Keeping it grimy. And that’s a great canvas for Juxx and UG to paint on as they are an excellent pairing to keep the suckas out of their circle. The styles really play well off of each other.
Ruste Juxx uniting with Tone Spliff for the upcoming project, U Know Whut Crime It Iz. I am not sure when that is going to drop but here you get the fist sampling from that project now with the cut For Every Shell. If you are familiar with Ruste Juxx (which you should be) then you know the formula. Raw raps to your grill and you are going to love it!
Young Lo and Tone Spliff release a video single, Never Fold, from their 2018 EP, Tape Deck Music. This is 100% unadulterated hip hop that this hip hop fan craves. If you find yourself yearning for dope beats and fresh verses, this is going to be up your auditory alley.
Recognize Ali and C-Lance join forces for this illness entitled God Of Doom. And Ali sounds so good over this Lance production. The track has a certain intensity to it which leads to a very aggressive flow from our emcee. I really like the viciousness we have here. And the cuts from Tone Spliff only accentuate that.
Lance and Ali have a project coming out that will undoubtedly be a must-cop for this year.
And if you haven’t done so, make sure you check out our 2018 Artist Of The Year Interview with Recognize Ali. It’s must reading!
Solomon Childs and Tone Spliff release the video single for this joint off of their collaborative album, The Prophet and the King, which is out now. This is just no-nonsense hip hop and these two artists are definitely not playing. The song has a melodic vibe to it but this is not sing-a-long rap. Childs is delivering heavy-hitting bars and Tone Spliff adds the necessary scratches for all the dope touches.
Check it out!
This track is a couple of weeks old, but I am going to share it anyway because it’s just too good to not be included on the site. Tone Spliff laces our emcees with a high paced banger and chops it up proper while the trio of Recognize Ali, Ren Thomas, and Ruste Juxx all contribute their distinctive verbals to track…each with a different but dope ‘style’.
It’s a sureshot that’s dropping on a project due out later this year called, Renaissance.
Young Lo and Tone Spliff push out the video single for Love No More, off of their recent project, Tape Deck Music. If you can’t tell by the song title, this cut deals with the intricacies and disappointments of relationships. Of course only in the freshest of fashions!
I am pretty familiar with Tone Spliff and surely know Recognize Ali at this point with as many as gems as he’s unleashed over the last couple of years. But it’s about time we all get up on Young Lo. Wait a minute! Check that…Young Lo, is actually an artist that we’ve helped promote sometime ago, when he went by the name Emilio Lopez. He was dope then and it’s really good to hear him doing his thing again. His flow sounds filthy over this Tone Spliff production, casting mumble rappers over the ledge.
Really dope song, hailing from the forthcoming project, Tape Deck Music, dropping in June.
This video from Guerrilla Alliance has been out for a while but I failed to post it and I am trying to rectify that now. The dark production is created by Mac The Rebel with cuts by Tone Spliff. Ill Bill joins the Alliance as they spit bars that reference Iluminati, the Occult, and the Biblical. It’s deep stuff for the enlightened mind.
If you like this cut, you can check out their album, The Dark Rift, out now!
It’s still all aces when it comes to the music that Awkword is making. It’s a different line up but the same dope result. All of the emcees ride this stripped down production to the death. It’s grimy, gritty and extremely likable. I am not even going to ask about the World View release date…not going to do it…release it already so I can contribute to the cause!