BJ the Chicago Kid has been paying his dues for quite some time now, to see him collab with Schoolboy Q was like a HipHop dream come true. This is one of my favorite joints off his "The M.A.F.E. Project", if you don't own it you need to go cop this joint. Kid is proof you can't judge a book by it's cover, he's written for Gospel, Neo-soul, and HipHop artist before concentrating on his own career.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Monday, August 3, 2015
Probably one of the most underrated Emcees in the rap game especially come out of my home town of Baltimore. You know Baltimore, known for "Club Rap", which real misrepresentation of the true essence of Baltimore HipHop. Being from B-more I can tell you personally King Los represents a entire culture of dope, lyrical, Real Emcees. If you never heard of him before you are in for a treat.
Sunday, August 2, 2015
Sacramento Knoxx hits us with some power lyrics with his classic track "Dear Vaughn" off of his #IdleNoMore Cd. I really like the message he's delivering on this track it has some strong political views. That's why I selected this particular artist to be featured because I knew the fans of UnsungHipHop could appreciate it. Checkout the track below
"The Goal of the movement is education and the revitalization of Indigenous peoples through Awareness and Empowerment. IDLE NO MORE has successfully encouraged knowledge sharing of Indigenous Sovereignty and Environmental Protections."
Friday, July 31, 2015
The HipHop duo Camp Lo stops by Sway In The Morning to promote their new album Ragtime Hightimes. In fact, Camp Lo recalls back on times with Sway on KMEL where Geechi Suede tells his story, vividly recalling exactly what he was wearing that day. In this in-studio series, Geechie Gets Philisophical while Cheeba Brings out his best 3-Piece Suit; while joined by the legendary, Skibeatz.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Chris Rivers and Termanology are back at it again, lacin' another 90's track with their lyrical bravado. Chris has definitely been making moves lately pretty much spitting on all the dope tracks of the Golden Era. Considering the fact his dad is Big Pun, Chris had to work harder than his dad to be noticed. Let's keep REal HipHop alive...support Emcees like Chris Rivers.