Skeezo releases a video from his new project that we featured here a few days ago, Fouls and Free Throws. The vibe is mellow and chill and the lyrics are more of a retrospective variety. Definitely check the video and the dope project.
I’ve been supporting these Mr. Morbid & Melph (out of the Netherlands) the moment I heard their first single. Their album, Close To The End, will be dropping on March 25th. For their latest track they solicit the rhyme stylings of house favorite, Little Vic, along with others. The track is in the same vein as their other efforts that focus on banging drums and dark orchestral samples. I am a fan.
New single from Gore Elohim (formerly known as Goretex from Non Phixion) entitled Children Of Doom. The track features fellow heavy hitters Red Eye, Born Unique, and Venom. The Production comes to us courtesy of Beatahoe.
This is coming off of his new album, Electric Lucifer, which you can order from his website now. And as I understand it, this will be hitting all digital distributors on October 31st. I have yet to listen to the album but the reaction from those who have heard it has been extremely positive. If this track is any indication I would say it’s DAMN good.
For this rendition of ‘Check The Discography’ I wanted to highlight the releases of one, Chaundon. Chaundon has been hard at work on his craft for quite some time and I don’t think that effort gets the recognition it deserves. Chaundon cut his teeth in this hip hop game much the same way Skyzoo and Torae have, as they are his contemporaries. He has been incredibly resilient in a very hostile industry and continues to craft ‘his’ music the way ‘he’ wants. His albums and mixtapes are sure to appease even though most fickle of hip hop heads.
My personal favorite album is, No Excuses. That album is chocked full of big beats and personality. In terms of my favorite track…I am going to go with 7even off of Black Dynamite. That is such a creative track in which he lays out the Seven Deadly Sins as his children. Really dope! So check his discography, give it a listen, cop the albums you want, and raise your glass to the man, Chaundon.