N.B.S. is a duo known for dropping that boom-bap shit and this time they link up with none other than Tragedy Khadafi. The three emcees add some lighter fluid to an already hot production from DJ Tray.
You can find this joint and a host of other dopeness on the their latest album, SwissVets2.
What else can I tell you about this track other than the fact it is one of the illest tracks that arrived in the first quarter of this year. GQ Nothin Pretty and Tragedy Khadafi really go get it aggressively on this DJ Tray beat. Just a tough cut off of GQ Nothin Pretty’s album, Animation. Don’t miss out!
Oh you want a banger! I got your banger right here with the new single, High Quota, from GQ Nothin Pretty featuring Tragedy Khadafi. The beat from DJ Tray is one of the heaviest yet in 2017. And the bars…oh these bars are like a musical massacre in the headphones.
If the rest of the new album, Animations, is remotely close to the quality of this track, we are in for a treat.
Blaq Poet and Comet release another heavy hitter from their last album, Mad Screwz. Holding Back also features B Divine and Tragedy Khadafi over a soulful banger of a track.
If you live for that hardcore hip hop like I do, you need to check out the album.
This is the first single off of Nature’s forthcoming album, Target Practice. The production comes from BP and als features guest flows from JOHN JIGG$ and Tragedy.
Let it be known, there is no hesitation with these flows! You are about to get that street shit delivered right to your door. Recognize!
The Audible Doctor just dropped the latest project in his ‘seasonal’ series, entitled The Spring Tape. The EP is only four tracks deep but there’s a lot packed into those four tracks musically. The track that I wanted to touch on is Danger featuring Hus Da Kingpin and Tragedy Khadafi. This is a track that blends both tough and smooth elements to create something that stands alone. You have each of the emcees killing their assigned verses while The Audible Doctor composes a horn laden cascading rhythm. Beautiful indeed…
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!
Endemic releases this video from the salvo known as, Terminal Illness Part 2. This is one of the man gritty bangers that you will find on this project. Endemic snares the talents of Tragedy Khadafi, Sav Killz , and Bugsy Da God to rock over some top notch production. Check the album if you have not already.
Artist: Matt Maddox
Album: Righteous Fury (Amazon, iTunes)
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.
I wish I had more time to do a proper write up of this release but as it is time is short and I want to at least let you know that i’s out there. I just finished giving Class Struggle it’s first listen and similar to their previous release, The French Revolution, in that it’s chocked full of bangers. I of course have my favorite tracks: Brass Knuckles by Halfabrick, Real Talk by Skeezo, and Idol by Bekay are tracks that will be on repeat.
But more than that I love the production that Alterbeats is doing. He just keeps getting better. You can cop this album on iTunes, Amazon, UGHH and elsewhere. You can also stream the album in it’s entirety at DJ Booth simply by clicking the link below: