Sunday, February 19, 2017

Edo.G - "Done Talking" (Prod. Oh No) - {Official Video}
 Here’s another dope video off Edo’s LP “Intelligence & Ignorance” one of my favorite joints right here.  This classic is "Boom Bap" inspired no doubt, a definite must have for Real HipHop Heads. REal HipHop is still alive just NOT on your local radio stations.  

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Yash P - "Past My Limit" - {Official Video}

 Yash P. breaks it down with this joint, if I had a nickel every heart I broke I would be rich.  This is one of those songs that make you wonder "Why do men cheat?"  This is the million dollar quest that has no one truly has the answer to. 

Friday, February 17, 2017

Martin $ky - "Elevators" - {Official Video}

 Martin $ky's album Time(less) is known now for being a classic in the underground. While messing around in the studio he decided to record this piece "Elevators" produced by  The Fortified Sounds.  I'm not going to lie I was expecting him to be much bigger than he is now.  I've heard a few of his new joints and it sounds like "The Execs" might have got to him.  But lets hope that I am wrong, in the mean time make sure you go cop his LP Time(less).

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Sean Price - BBQ Sauce (Feat. Pharoahe Monch) - {Official Video}

 Sean Price teams up with Pharoahe Monch for this classic underground track called "BBQ Sauce" produced by Prod.Evidence off that Mic Tyson LP.  You can listen to my advice and purchase one of the best underground albums of our generation.  Or you can support some auto-tune garbage and "Do whatever the F#@! you wanna do......!!!" -Courtesy of The Hodge Twins

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

KOTA The Friend - "Customs" - {Official Video}

KOTA is one of  those Emcees that probably won't get notice simply because his style flies under the mainstream radar.  But lyrically he is a beast and would S#@! on your favorite rapper.  To me his style is similar to Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest, but not in a bitin' kind of way his demeanor and the delivery of the rhymes he spits.  Sometimes less is more, normally the Emcees with the loudest raps are the most lame with a few exceptions like Chuck D of Public Enemy.