Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Carolyn Malachi - "Blowing Smoke" - {Official Video}

Carolyn Malachi is one of those singers you'll listen to and say to yourself "Wow, why have I've never heard of her before?".  Well it's simple she's not bucked naked in her videos and she's not singing about ho-ish behaviors.  It's sad that talented artist like Carolyn are not featured on mainstream platforms.  Her talent is beyond the explanation of words but most of the world will never hear her, please checkout the video below and support REal talent.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Mac Miller - "The Star Room" (Ft. Delusional Thomas) - {Video}

Rapper Mac Miller has opened up about the new material he has been working on recently and explained that it will encompass 'every aspect' of the human condition. During an interview with the Rolling Stone, the 'Frick Park Market' star confessed that he wants to represent the reality of this generation on his new album:
"I'm gonna capture every aspect of being a human being... I think that artists and pop culture identities... simplify what it means to be a human and pigeonhole people into looking up to one role model. You're a thug, then you love Chief Keef. You like girls, then you like Drake. You're intelligent, then you like Kendrick Lamar. It ain't that simple. Everyone is just a blend of everybody."


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Saturday, December 9, 2017

Your Old Droog - "Bangladesh" (Ft. Heems) - {Official Video}

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.

Friday, December 8, 2017

Rock (Heltah Skeltah): Camp-Wu ft. Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Tek & Steele - {Official Video}

You can't get no more HipHop than this band of super Emcees, Rock, Inspectah Deck, Tek & Steele and (the original M&M) Method Man.  Paying much respect to the late great Sean Price all while representing REal HipHop in it's truest form. 

Thursday, December 7, 2017

ILLClinton - "Feels Good To Be Here" - {Audio}

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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.