Brooklyn native Droog teams up with Heems on this cultural inspired hit "Bangladesh". When different ethnicities use HipHop to express their love for the culture it can be a beautiful thing. As long as the artist is speaking his or her truth I have no problem with them embracing what we created. Nowadays HipHop is more than a race it's a culture and a way of life. Let's keep HipHop authentic by only supporting REal artist not the performers and the fakers.
Saturday, December 9, 2017
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Thursday, December 7, 2017
At the end of 2013, ILLClinton decided to release a track that did not make their first mixtape, ILLANTA. The Shawty Lo inspired track titled, "Feels Good To Be Here" is just as titled, a feel good track. Brennan rips the soulful and inspiring beat from Blake Belair. I can't wait until this duo gets its true props in HipHop so talented and a true representation of Real HipHop.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
One of the great things about being a part of UnsungHipHop is I’m blessed to be able to share fresh & exciting new talent with you guys as it hits my radar and today I get to introduce your ears to the sounds of the soulful newcomer that is .
Following a summer of spent as backing vocalist for a number of internationally recognized acts the likes of Kelis, Rita Ora and , the Rome, Italy raised, London residing singer-songwriter takes center stage with her single “So Good”. The song, produced by , is a rich musical gumbo comprised of Ricci’s diverse influences which include and Kimbra, giving us a throwback Soul, Jazz, Blues and big band inspired sound.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Devine Carama is a indie artist from Lexington, KY. He has worked with Nemo Achida, Thee Tom Hardy, Nappy Roots, Canibus, & CunningLynguists and actress Jackee Harry. His EP The Dream Walker continues the Music series with his second to last installment song called "Twinkle, Twinkle WorldSTAR" featuring Talor Hall and produced by Sir Flywalker. The Dream Walker(FreEP). Conscious or what the call now "Woke" Emcees like this only can exist underground, because corporations make more money off of keeping us stupid and uninformed. Don't forget to support the REal HipHop.
"The rap game, and life in general, as forever been altered by social media and the internet. In some ways good and in other ways bad. This song tells a couple of stories that highlight some of the bad ways the net has touched the game and our lives specifially touching on a certain "hiphop" website..." - Devine Carama