Friday, December 29, 2017

Swerve - "SK! H!" (Ft. Blu) - {Audio}

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Swerve single "Sk! H!" featuring the LA HipHop artist Blu is another underground classic entitled "Mixed Aromas". It is available free via Bandcamp.  Make sure you go out and support REal HipHop people.

Thursday, December 28, 2017

The Other Guys - "Seeds Of Ambition" LP - {Audio}

After years of producing for artists such as Homeboy Sandman, Substantial, Tanya Morgan, Sadat X (Brand Nubian), yU, and Fresh Daily as well as releasing their music independently, DMV duo The Other Guys sign to HiPNOTT Records to release their official debut album, Seeds of Ambition.
Fully produced by The Other Guys, "Seeds of Ambition" includes features from yU (of Diamond District),Substantial, as well as Tanya Morgan on the lead single "Blow My Mind".
Seeds of Ambition is available now on HiPNOTT Records. Grab the album at iTunes (mp3) and UGHH(Compact Disc) and stream the album in its entirety on Bandcamp and DJBooth.

Mighty Joe & Isaiah “Insanate” Mensah are the alternative HipHop group The Other Guys, and yes before you ask, their name predates the Will Ferrell movie. The two musicians are both cousins and hail from the Washington, DC area. The Other Guys began producing together back in 2006. They have produced for and worked with artist such as Homeboy SandmanSubstantial,Tanya MorganSadat X (Brand Nubian), yU, and Fresh Daily.
In 2012, The Other Guys walked away from panhandling beats to underground artist, and began releasing their own EPs independently. “The Other Album” which they released in 2012 was received with critical acclaim. Their Instrumental project “The Week EP” was rated as one of the Top 25 Instrumental Projects of 2013 by DEADENDHIPHOP.
Utilizing an eclectic assortment of samples, live drums, analog keyboards, and discussing “everyday man” issues, The Other Guys’ music is a testament to what HipHop music used to be, as well as what it could be.

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The True Meaning Of Christmas Courtesy Of Boondocks - {Video}

 Every year I inform people about the Christmas mythology which is based on Pagan Origins. This is an excerpt from one of my favorite cartoons, "The Boondocks".  In this clip Huey goes into to detail about how the Christmas has Pagan origin and what really went down on the 25th of December.  It doesn't go too in-depth but enough to make you wonder....Why the F#@! do most people celebrate it? That's right, "ignorance is bliss...."!!

Sunday, December 24, 2017

ILLClinton - "Trillfluential" - {Throwback}

After a brief hiatus , Atlanta's potent duo, ILLClinton is still one of the most underrated HipHop groups on the planet."TRILLfluential" is only one of the many comebacks.  Following up from their EP with Scion AV, the rapper and producer pair grew tremendously in terms of sound, audience and content. 
The evolution ILL is here and will be coming to a site near you. 
Check out their latest video, Prophets, and visit their site:
ILLClinton has received praise from many popular music websites such as, Pigeons and Planes, Potholes In My Blog, Hypetrak, DJ Booth, and hundreds of other blogs across the internet. They have rocked out several venues, including the Noisey CMJ Rap Party and the Scion Open Mic in New York City, as well as a handful of shows in Atlanta and throughout the East coast. Pulling from a wide array of influences, ILLClinton is at the forefront of a southern renaissance happening in today's hip hop culture. In just one year, the duo has managed to create a lane of their own by combining intelligent, unorthodox lyricism with catchy melodies while always maintaining artistic integrity. Check out ILLClinton's two mixtapes, ILLANTA and ILLANTA II, and their EP, Scion AV Presents The ILL Experiment,

Saturday, December 23, 2017

Kendrick Lamar - “Cartoon & Cereal” - {Throwback}

On Tuesday the 26th of June 2012, what started off as a 15 minute interview slot turned into one of the highlights of 2012 for us over here at SoulCulture HQ (or maybe it was just me, I’ll ask the rest of the team later), as we were invited to document my current favorite rapper, the Compton California hailing HipHop king in the making Kendrick Lamar‘s final show on his sold-out two day stint at The Electric Ballroom in London’s Camden Town.
Not only did we get to speak to the main man about his debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city and lots more, we captured some of his commanding final performance in London and some very special moments. Stay locked for the full episode of A Night With… Kendrick Lamar, but in the meanwhile take a peek at this throwback performance.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

V.Nova - "You Died" (Ft. Uncle Murda) - {Audio}

V. Nova ft. Uncle Murda - You Died (Produced by DJ Keal)
V. Nova,s single from his album Hidden in Plain Sight Volume 3 called You Died featuring Uncle Murda, is one of my favorites produced by DJ Keal.  When V. Nova teamed up with Uncle Murda on You Died, an East New York collaboration took place that was long awaited.  This joint is witty and sarcastic calling out all those lames in HipHop.  Checkout single below and tell us what you think.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia - "Deep In The Casket" - {Official Video}

Today we bring yet another dynamic duo who are very underrated in HipHop.  There collaboration is so sick it reminds  me of Eric B. & Rakim, yeah they are that dope.  With Apollo Brown reppin' Detroit and Planet Asia puttin' Fresno, CA it's amazing to hear how Dope their styles mesh together.  Another example of how REal Rap sounds when it's not controlled by the Corporate Commander

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

YZ - "In Control Of Things" - {Official Throwback}

I must admit back in the day, YZ was the man and this was the joint right was the s#@!  I know I'm showing my age on this one but hey it is what it is.  This video is both iconic and hilarious at the same damn time, I'm just noticing how bad those actors were.  I mean you have dope lyrics, sick beat and one the most random non-cohesive  videos I've ever seen.  Yet this is a HipHop classic.  Checkout the video below and enjoy..!!

Monday, December 18, 2017

Pharoahe Monch - "Damage" - {Audio}

Pharoahe Monch, one of my favorite Emcees always drop timeless music.  This joint "Damage" is a oldie but goodie, yet still relevant in today's HipHop.  It appears we are finally coming back around to the "Lyrical Rap" era of HipHop, now the REal Emcees will get a chance to eat again.

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Da Camp - "Go Hard" - {Official Video}

Da Camp comes thru with a comical video for their Benny Beats produced "Go Hard" off their previous mixtapeVII Day Vacay, shot and edited by Unkleluc. Watch as each member of Da Camp plays their part so elegant and dope at the same damn time.  Checkout this oldie but goodie below and tell us what y'all think.

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.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Angela Ricci - “So Good” - {Audio}

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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 Angela Ricci.
Following a summer of spent as backing vocalist for a number of internationally recognized acts the likes of Kelis, Rita Ora and The Heavy, the Rome, Italy raised, London residing singer-songwriter takes center stage with her single “So Good”.  The song, produced by Aaron Paul, is a rich musical gumbo comprised of Ricci’s diverse influences which include Nina Simone, Ray Charles and Kimbra, giving us a throwback Soul, Jazz, Blues and big band inspired sound.

Musically, I’ve found that some of the best songs are the least complicated,” she says, of the inspiration behind her offering. “I write about everyday emotions and situations that may sometimes appear to be light and playful, but I aim for them to still hold a deeper message and sentiment.” 
- Angela Ricci
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Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Devine Carama - "The Dream Walker" EP - {Audio}

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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 Monday 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

Monday, December 4, 2017

Eriiic J. - "We Might Be Stars" - {Official Video}

Eriiic J. is back with another visual from the upcoming street album: DMT Abstract: Dissertations in Divination. As usual, psychedelics, alternate dimensions, science, and the abstract weave their way into the video and lyrics of Eriiic's single We Might Be Stars. The self-proclaimed Christ drops knowledge over his own immaculate production. Lyrical, catchy, soulful, and inspiring this song is a rare combination of all the right ingredients that are sure to bring much needed attention to this talented new face on the scene. There is a lot more to come from Eriiic J. very soon we will keep you posted in the mean time check him out below.

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Dee-1 - "Jay, 50, & Weezy" - {Official Video}

After graduating from Louisiana State University with a bachelor’s degree, Dee-1 taught middle school in Baton Rouge by day to help fund his musical dream. After two years of being “Mr. Augustine” by day and “Dee-1″ by night, he finally decided that his passion for HipHop was too strong to ignore. Armed with righteousness, realness, and the strong desire to be relevant, Dee-1 set his sights on becoming the type of rapper his students could be proud of. Sleepless nights being a full-time teacher and part-time rapper were now replaced by sleepless nights being a “full-time dream chaser,” as chronicled in his courageous song, “The Announcement.” from his I Hope They Hear Me Vol 1mixtape.
In March 2011, Dee-1 released the mixtape, “I Hope They Hear Me Vol 2 packed with 18 high energy joints that has already reached thousands. This was a life changing mixtape for Dee-1 as several singles received extensive radio play and regular airplay on MTV Jams. Most notably was his single “Jay, 50, and Weezy,” which created a huge internet buzz that allowed him to take his career and music to the next level.  Dee-1’s latest project, “The Focus Tape,” (hosted by legendary Dj Mannie Fresh) was released on October 9, 2012, Followed by “Psalms of David,” (featuring hit song “Work” ft Lecrae) which was released on February 20th, 2013 have both reached over 100,000 people worldwide each. After the huge announcement of Dee-1 signing a major record deal, he released his latest mixtape, “Psalms of David II” on October 19th, 2013. 
You haven’t witnessed Dee-1′s true star power until you have seen him live in concert. He is known for giving jaw-droppingcrowd-surfing performances and electrifying audiences whenever he hits the stage. As Dee-1 says, “It feels way better to actually win over an audience rather than just brag on how good I am. I’d rather prove it to you.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Def Dee - "Numb Again" (Feat. yU & Hassaan Mackey) - {Audio}

Space needle producer Def Dee signed a producer development deal with MMG a few years ago, there was no rush, just a desire to hear what the promising Beatsmith could do with a little time and skill this is what the young phenom came up with.
Def Dee's "Numb Again" (feat. yU & Hassaan Mackey) track off of his LP, 33 an'a third.   The album is a remix compilation with a twist.  Dee took unreleased verses from his MMG brethren, along with some classic verses, and started remixing. Then he called in the spittas to fill in the blanks with entirely new bars.  The results speak for themselves.  Numb Again features an unreleased yU verse that was originally for his group The 1978ers.  After Dee remixed it, he called up the gravel voiced Rochester MC Hassaan Mackey to lay an all new verse down.  Check it out below.

Friday, December 1, 2017

Born Allah & Erule - "CLASSIC" (Ft. Planet Asia) - {Video}

Born Allah of Tabernacle MCz, "CLASSIC" which was produced by Longevity and featuring Erule and Planet Asia.  If you don't know these are 3 of the most popular underground artist in the California region.  I mean before there was Kendrick Lamar these guys have been holding the West Coast with that REal HipHop Underground music.  The kind of lyrics that will make you change religions and cringe your stomach like.."Oooooooohhh" !!  Trust me I've been following these guys for years now, check them out below and you'll see what I'm talking about.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Joe Budden - "A Loose Quarter" - {Audio}

Joe Budden is cleaned out of his closet on this new MixtapeA Loose Quarter, if you didn't know that Joe is a emotional train wreck you are in for a surprise. He didn't hold back with the features either, Ab-Soul, Royce Da 5'9, and Emanny just to name a few.  I've said it before but the being underground has made Joe a better artist.  Check him out below and you'll see what I'm talking about.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Jack Thriller Presents: "16 Or Better" Cypher EP14 - {Official Video}

Need I say more, for those who don't know HipHop music started in the Cypher on the block.  It has evolved into to more sub-genres than I can name.  But when it's all said and done the Cypher separates the REal Emcees from the wannabes.  Checkout the video below and watch Leon Marin, Hommy Hom, Ayodele, William Wilson along with Cancun rip the Mic.  If you are a Emcee don't be shy go to test your skills, the contact info is above.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Rebel - "Climax Moments" EP - {Audio}

Angeredrebel(Rebel) is a HipHop producer from Cincinnati he has been featured on a few of the dopest sites out today. Rebel use to run a group called, "RMG", Rebel Music Group, after 10 years the group disbanded to work on solo projects. One of Rebel's classic albums is 3rd EP "Beatapes" and one of my favorite tracks is "Climax Moment".  If you are a Emcee or a singer/songwriter make sure you checkout his music below, this guy is a beast!!

Monday, November 27, 2017

Saigon - "Blown Away" - {Official Video}

Saigon's single Blown Away is off his album The Greatest Story Never Told - Chapter 2: Bread And Circuses just one of his many gems on the LP.  This single is just a glimpse to what you can expect on this politically diluted album.  You have to give credit to the few artist who rap about real issues.  We all know these kind of topics do not yield huge profits which is why mainstream labels don't sign artist like Saigon. Artist like him will continue to be underground if we change out mental perspective on life.  Because selling a million units to a million idiots only benefits major corporations while our culture continue on a downward sparrow into ignorance and negrocity.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Awon & Phoniks"Summer Madness" - {Audio}

Phoniks is a HipHop producer from Portland, Maine known for his vintage-90's boom bap production style and melodic jazz and soul samples. The 23-year old producer has released three full-length albums, 2013's "Return to the Golden Era" with Emcee Awon, 2014's "Stories from the Brass Section" with Anti Lilly and "Dephacation" with Awon & Dephlow. As well as a series of 6 remix tapes. 

Saturday, November 25, 2017

The Boomjacks - "Moments in Space and Time" EP - {Audio}

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The Boomjacks are beatmakers from Kuopio, Finland. The duo consists of brothers Jyri & Villejam, both having a strong musical background. The brothers started making beats separately but eventually ended up working together in late December 2008. The production of The Boomjacks could be characterized as eclectic HipHop and BoomBap

After a couple of years of making beats for Emcee’s only, The Boomjacks decided to alter their approach to beats and began releasing their instrumentals for listeners. In January 2011 The Boomjacks started with Beats Series, a very straight-forward, well received continuum of beat tapes that spans to four volumes at the moment. In November 2012 The Boomjacks released a conceptual instrumental album, Beats of Ice and Fire, which was inspired by George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire novels and HBO's Game of Thrones tv series adaptation. 

It was shortly followed by a jazz-funk inspired instrumental release Butter & Jam. In July 2013 The Boomjacks released a collaborative EP together with the Pennsylvania based MC Apollo’s Sun, The Ownlife Sessions, Vol. 1. The last months they have spent working on new instrumental material for Moments in Space and Time.  Checkout their unique sound below.

Friday, November 24, 2017

9th Wonder & Buckshot - Stop Rapping - {Audio}

 Check out one of my favorite Underground HipHop duos 9th Wonder and Buckshot's upcoming album, The Solution. This joint dropped a couple years ago but its still loaded on my Mp3 que. You can still get this joint via iTunes. As usual these two always come with that real Boom Bap.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Rah Digga - "Never Back Down"(Ft.Fashawn & REKS) - {Audio}

Remember when HipHop had all types of dope female Emcees. Nowadays every female appear to want to imitate each other. But not the Queen of Flipmode Squad. Digga gets together with Fashawn and REKS for the features along with M-Phazes on the production for Never Back Down. Stay tuned for Coalmine records.
Unearthed will feature guest appearances from the likes of Pharoahe Monch, Blu, Large Professor, Kool G Rap, Sean Price, Billy Danze (of M.O.P.), Maffew Ragazino, Rock (of Heltah Skeltah) Artifacts, Apathy, Celph Titled, Torae and more. Producers tapped include Nottz, M-Phazes, !llmind, Khrysis, Young Cee, Ayatollah and BeanOne is just naming a few of the great underground legends.  This is a must have if you are a real fan of the culture.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Sean Price - "Haraam" - Official Video

Sean Price, probably one of the most underrated underground HipHop wordsmiths of all time has always walked his own path. This joint below is one of the many grimmy and gritty tracks off his album “Mic Tyson”. This track is actually one of the bonus songs on the iTunes version of the album and was also released on a Rock The Bells Mixtape  . Sean P. is definitely one of leaders of that raw HipHop, without artist like him rap music would really wouldn't exist.  R.I.P. Sean Price, your will always be missed!!

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Lost Dialect - "Dirty Roads" (Ft. Rick Gonzalez) - {Official Video}

The group Lost Dialect takes me back to the "Golder Era" of HipHop when you needed  to have Bars in order to be apart of the culture.  Coming out of Inglewood, CA this group has been on their grind since 2007 when they added their 3rd member J.Qwest

The other two ActRight, known as the Brain and Mistah Redd better known as the Muscle of the group have been rockin' the mic for quite some time before meeting J.Qwest.  I'm just glad they didn't give up on their dreams, with numerous EP releases like #PrimeDialect, which was released last month.  Checkout the video below there is a hidden message and then make sure ya'll support this group.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Guilty Simpson & Small Professor - "On The Run" - {Audio}

Named after the highest rank awarded to Sumo Wrestlers, Philly Beatsmith Small Professor returns to the ring with his latest offering, On The RunIt's always magic when these two get together, this dynamic duo are so underrated.  The last time I've heard a collab this dope was Red & Meth or Sean Price and MF Doom.  

Saturday, November 18, 2017

King Pearly - "Re-Foolish" (Ashanti Pearlyfied) - {Audio Instrumental}

Pragmatic Theory affiliation with Rhythm22 music & culture blog, we receive submissions regularly & one very chilled out message caught my attention as did the attached comedic, not everything gotta be so serious. So I reached out to beatmaker King Pearly from London, UK so that we may share a different take on his Ashanti remix. Having grown up in Slough in the early 2000s where Garage & Grime were prevalent & then acquiring an older version of Cubase, both he and his friend began making Grime & HipHop music for years in their homemade studio. Over the past few years & now at 25 years old, King Pearly aka Jimmy Dunne, focuses on experimentation with layers and textures as well as raw & earthy sounds to provoke his listeners with. So please enjoy, share, & download King Pearly - Re-Foolish (Ashanti Pearlyfied) . If you are a inspiring Emcee, DJ or just a fan of great music make sure you check this out.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Signif - "The L Word" (Prod. by MotelEola) - {Audio}

Signif - The L Word (LikeLustLove) Produced by Moteleola
After Signif 1st European tour and the release of her Significant Wizdom II: Atypical, Signif  track “The L Word (LikeLustLove)” off her album Friction and produced by London’s own MotelEola .  Its talented artist like this that the industry let go to wast because the corporations want clones of whatever is so called "Hot" at the time.  Cut off the radio and go on the internet to find new and talented artist. 

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Smash Brovaz - "The Kitchen" (Ft. Richie Sosa) - {Official Video}

The Toronto based group Smash Brovaz, are act it again with their single The Kitchen off the album "Think It’s A Game?" This album is one of the dopest underground LP's it reminds me every reason I fell in love with the Boom Bap.  It appears of all the music black people pioneered (Rock N' Roll, Jazz, R&B) HipHop is the one genre we haven't walked away from and allowed another race to totally dominate.  But we still need to own more of our invention instead of selling our shares off to people who are not apart of the culture.  Okay I'm off my soapbox checkout the video below.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

D'zyl 5k1 - "Papers" - {Official Video}

Uproar Nation's own D'zyl 5k1 (pronounced Diesel 5001) is a lyrical beast just listen to his flow it's impossible to imitate. His double CD, "The Sauce" is irrefutable proof that his contribution is impacting HipHop . This release consists of one disk being his personal album, and the other disk-a collaboration album comprised of songs that 

he has been working on with others since his last album, 2012's "Not 

Your Average Bear". They are to be viewed as 
two separate CDs, but part of the same body of work, for he created them simultaneously ..all the while putting 
out an EP, "D'zyl Prime", and a group CD, "MAximum Capacity".  Papers, is an inspirationaldeclaration of ownership, empowerment, and self acceptance. Directed by Art Barz.  Be on the lookout for this underground phenomenal group they are the truth.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

BJ the Chicago Kid - "It’s True" (Ft. ScHoolboy Q) - {Audio}

BJ the Chicago Kid has been paying his dues for quite some time now, to see him collab with Schoolboy Q is one of the dopest HipHop collabs. This song is my favorite off "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. 

Monday, November 13, 2017

MARTIN $KY - "II HEAVY" - {Audio}

With the previous drop of his song "Drama", which was produced by two producers in Germany, Martin decides to handle the production himself on this one.  It wasn't on his last project, but Martin is working on a small EP which he plans to finish and drop soon. Martin drops an entirely new and improved Over the years I've notice his sound has developed a more "main stream" sound which I hope is not a reflection of his future projects but we shall see.

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Tex Tombstone x Buddy Lofton - "SlumDogs" - {Video}

"SlumDogs" is off Theme Music Productions upcoming project #WhatDopeSoundsLike.  This cut features Long Island NY artist Tex Tombstone and Buddy Lofton, was produced by Josh Lamont.  The visuals was directed by Matt Torchon who definitely brought his "A-Game" on this joint.  Check out the video below and tell us want you think.  

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Jazmine Sullivan - "Dumb" (Ft. Meek Mill) - {Official Video}

Years after her sabbatical from the music scene, Jazmine Sullivan made her return to the spotlight with “Dumb”.
Taken from her third album Reality Show, the talented (and criminally underrated) 30 year old singer delivers a confident “don’t let anyone take you for an idiot” narrative over the marching production provided by Key Wane and Salaam Remi, and she even grabs a guest feature from MMG’s Meek Mill for added punch. #FreeMeekMill

Courtesy Of Soul Culture

Friday, November 10, 2017

GoldLink - "When I Die" - {Official Video}

Born in D.C., raised in Maryland and now living in VA, rapper GoldLink entered the hip-hop climate last year awarding us a handful of experimental tracks that left most of us somewhere between outer space and Ginuwine. GoldLink calls this “Futuristic Ass Bounce” or “Future Bounce” for the more conservative among us, although ‘conservative’ isn’t quite in his vocabulary.
When asked about his style, GoldLink had this to say: “I think it’s compared to like the Beach Boys mixed with R. Kelly from The Chocolate Factory album mixed with Beethoven Symphony shit mixed with Ke$ha meets Kim, the R&B singer.”
Whether that’s a lofty insight or a comical retort, one thing is for certain: GoldLink isn’t of the norm.
Loyal to this progressive stance, GoldLink first stoked us with his convulsive remix of Ta-Ku’s “Electronic Relaxation” that first demonstrated his impressive dexterity. While the volatile flow that he possesses can easily box in a weaker rapper, GoldLink’s art shines in the ability to dance between topics, beats and tempos.
Tracks like the Galimatias & Joppe produced “One Step Back” sit – at first glance – uncomfortably alongside other pieces such as the TLC-sampling “Creep,” but that’s where the beauty resides. This type of juxtaposition creates an excitement in the unknowing. Gold is a very creative young artist, one of the few I actually approve of.  Lets support creativity instead of copycats!

Courtesy Of SoulCulture