Saturday, January 20, 2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The Game hasn't got much mainstream love since his beef with 50 and departure from G-Unit, but he is truly one of the most underrated Emcees in HipHop. Off his "Sunday Service Series" LP below you can find Black Jesus and HVN4AGNSTA featuring Master P. on Jesuspiece produced by DJ Premier. Game's career basically has gone Underground for the most part, and I think it was the best thing for his career. He is writing more conscious HipHop but more on the Hardcore side I wasn't into Game when he was younger, but Game the man is a forced to be reckoned with.
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Mixtape The Golden Army was done by artist Vinny Cha$e, is one of those Cd's that rave reviews on from the underground HipHop heads but ignored by the mainstream. I keep tellin' Y'all "They" don't want REal HipHop on the airwaves. “Harlem Rose,” is Vinny's collaboration with fellow Cheers Club member Kid Art. Producer Audio Dope includes samples from the indie band Faces on Film throughout to craft an ominous acoustic backdrop for a track propelled by clashing cymbals and bright vocal samples, as both Emcees provide blunt gritty imagery of life from their viewpoints as inhabitants of Harlem, New York. Make sure you go support REal HipHop.
Friday, January 12, 2018
Killa Kyleon put's it down on another freestyle. The Team Run It frontman offers up his own moody take on Jhene Aiko's "The Worst," from her debut EP "Sail Out." I think most older men can relate to the lyrics in this song. Sometimes our addictions are based on how we live, and not about alcohol or substance abuse.
Thursday, January 11, 2018
NY production and electronic duo Brasstracks (the guys who produced Chance The Rapper’s single "No Problem" feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz), has done it again with another dope track. "Melanin Man" features Masego on the vocals, coming out of the DMV. It's their first single off their debut EP "Good Love today", also featuring Lido, Roses Gabor, Father Dude, Jay Prince, S’natra & Alexander Lewis.
Brasstracks are known in HipHop and several other genres of music where funk and soul is appreciated. Their production and performance credits on tracks by Chance The Rapper, Anderson .Paak and GoldLink among others, as well as for their own endorphin inducing, uplifting brass and rhythm-infused tracks such as "Say U Won’t", with a sound they dub "future brass".