Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Red Light Boogie - "Heat Rock" (Ft. Sean Price) - {Video}

Red Light Boogie did his thing on this track, and of course no matter what track Sean P. is spittin on it's always fire.  I still can't get over the fact that Sean has transcended with the ancestors.  His music is timeless, and as long as I have life I will always show respect to the fallen Gods in HipHop.  

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

MC Hammer Vs. Redman On Vlad TV - {Video}

According to Redman (on Vlad Tv) MC Hammer is not to be F#!Ked with or taken lightly.  He sits down with DJ Vlad and talks about how MC Hammer ran up on him after one of Redman's events.  Watch how Redman hilariously tells the epic story behind the brief encounter.

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Franc Grams - "Connecticut" - {Official Video}

 The self-proclaimed “King of ConnecticutFranc Grams provides the soundscape (now in visual form) for a record dedicated to his home-state.  Takes me back to a time when rappers used to sound like the area in-which they grew up in.  Shout-out to the Emcees bringing back that REal HipHop.

Friday, August 26, 2016

Bizzy Crook - "Lord" (Ft. King Los) - {Official Video}

Bizzy Crook’s forthcoming mixtape, 84’, was released a few years ago, featuring appearances from Estelle, Nelly, Melody Thorton (Pussycat Dolls), OB (from OVO) & more.  Just another example how great music gets passed over if your not in the mainstreams pocket. 

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Killa Kyleon - "Ice Cream" (Wu-Tang Cover) - {Audio}

When it's all said and done, I love that REal underground Hardcore HipHop just as much that Boom Bap.  All genres of HipHop has the ability of existing together.  But the the mainstream media only like to promote one.  Killa is one of my favorite underground artist although he may not be a "Conscious" rapper I love this style of HipHop for what it is.  Now I don't like most of the kats in his genre of but Killa reminds me of Beanie Sigel and that's my guy right there.  REal men don't express themselves on twitter.  

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

The Illjazztic One - "Greatest Hits, Vol. 1" - {Audio}

This release collects 15 of the most lit HipHop jazzadelic tracks by The Ill, The Jazztic from 6 dynamic releases spanning from 2014 to 2015.
What makes this collection unique is that each track has been re-imagined, cut, chopped, screwed, blunted, and remixed by "Supa Soul Brotha Number" One himself... That’s right, “The Illjazztic One is at the helm, flowing like a wizard from another realm.” Go here to purchase this once in a lifetme HipHop/Jazz classic.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Shah Leezy - "Qu'ran Barz" - {Official Video}

Who says NY HipHop is dead?  Slowly but surely artist like Shay Leezy are bringing New York back to it's glory days, when dope lyrics got you airplay not auto-tunes.  He's on the eve of releasing his Qu’ran Chronicles EP August 24th, let's keep supporting REal artist.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Brasstracks - "Melanin Man" (Ft Masego) - {Audio}

 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 RapperAnderson .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".

Friday, August 19, 2016

Teck-Zilla & Allen Poe - "Light Bulb Over My Head While I'm Thinking" EP - {Audio}

Teck-Zilla and Allen Poe both linked up online after Poe dropped the equally dope follow up "How Gardens Grow" to his acclaimed project "Pocket Full Of Ohms". They two later became colleagues when Allen Poe did a short stint writing for  underground UK Hip-Hop blog thewordisbond
The concept for the EP came about when Teck-Zilla took a long trip to Nigeria and practically spent a huge portion of the time crafting the soundscapes along with a theme emanating from various sources such as Allen Poe's How Gardens Grow, the famous Indian Yogi Maharashi, Elzhi's Glow, an episode of Breaking Bad and then some.
 In Teck's words "  I approached the beats like a movie script. The scene, events and how everything flowed into one another. I basically drafted it like a mini proposal to Allen Poe having drawn inspiration from his How Gardens Grow project. He plays the lead character while the features lend their services each bringing a different feel to the EP "

Thursday, August 18, 2016

International Maverick - "Cubs Fitted" - {Video}

International Maverick(Emcee/producer) is back 3 weeks later with a brand new visual after releasing #4PMInChicago which was received.   Well he returns this time with self produced gem entitled ''Cubs fitted'' shot by got to camera man Work Nowitzki and fellow Chicago Emcee none other than Philmore Greene.

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Spyder Da Chieff & Poloh CO - "Running Man" - {Official Video}

What a catchy little hook and some meaningful lyrics, this track caught my attention.  This is one of the best odd couple collaboration I've seen I'm quite some time.   REal HipHop heads can appreciate this sort of raw talent.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Goody - "Back to Business" - {Audio}

Goody returns from hiatus with a bang, as he releases his new single "Back to Business." After the release of his debut project 21 (To Anyone), the 23 year-old Chicago lyricist took some time off to live life and draw inspiration. Goody quickly hopped back in the studio with go to hit maker 1stFrom92 to concoct his new sounds and the result is quite potent.  

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Dame P. - "For The City" - {Audio}

Dame P. drops new song for the city (478) entitled, "For The City". Dame's next Project "The Only" will be dropping soon.  Sometimes artist like Dame P. slip through the cracks because the mainstream do not support REal HipHop.  Make sure you go out and support your local HipHop artist.