Saturday, September 30, 2017

Substantial - "Umoja" - {Audio}
 Umoja is Swahili for “Unity” and is also the the first principle of Kwanzaa , December 26th. Each verse of the song touches on relationships Substantial has developed over the years. The message of the song is making the world around us better by simply working “Together”.  This is a great piece of HipHop too bad it won't get the same attention as "Bodak Yellow" unfortunately it shows mental most people are in today. Okay enough of the sermon, checkout some REal HipHop below.

Friday, September 29, 2017

Killer Mike - "Reagan" - {Official Video}

Another dope classic from Killer Mike, this joint Reagan is a classic in Underground HipHop.  Notice how the rappers who spit that REal game never get any mainstream airplay, the system is rigged to keep us dumb.  But I can't blame it all on the system especially with the internet we have access to all kinds of music and information.  More parents need to encourage critical thinking, that being said less people should have children.  Because stupid adults raise stupid children.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

ILLClinton - "Father, Forgive Me" - {Audio}

ILLClinton of Atlanta is one of my favorite HipHop groups and the most underrated. These brothers, Brennan (rapper) and Blake Belair (producer), have on the grind since 2013. Their debut mixtape, ILLANTA, is here on Sound Cloud and The classic track, "Father, Forgive Me" is controversial to say the least but it's one of the reasons which make ILL standout from the rest of the young generation in HipHop.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Rav.P - "IMMACULATE" - {Official Video}

One of my favorite joints from the #weeklyStamps series "Immaculate" produced by Trac-qaeda and directed by Pressure Grafix.  "Nowadays I talk to less friends and more business partners", Rav.P hooks up with his friends in Newark at Jones Beach  accompanied by some lovely ladies.  This is a oldie but classic track from Rav.P, make sure ya'll check'em out.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Ab - "Prologue VoL. II" - Audio

Cleveland born singer/producer Ab drops the follow up to his Prologue Vol. 1 EP. This one features covers done on the works of artists like Debarge, Faith, Case , Joe and more. Black Milk mixes and engineers this project as well.. Checkout my man below and listen to a twist on your favorite R&B hits.

Courtesy Of OutDaBox Media

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Chris Turner - "Love Life" (Is A Challenge) - {Audio}
Talented Jazz/Soul Vocalist and former backup singer for BilalChris Turner released this masterpiece a few years ago, it was inspired by that emotional four letter word.  You can definitely hear the Bilal influence in his work but yet he still has his own very unique sound.  His debut LP is a dope piece of polished R&B/Soul music something we are missing today, make sure ya'll support your local artist.

Check Him Out Here

Saturday, September 23, 2017

7evenThirty - "Where It's At" (Lee Bannon Remix) - {Audio}

While some people spent 2012 were pondering over the end of the world, 7evenThirty was busy serving up his own apocalypse. Heaven’s Computer is a very unique album concept for this artist. Coming out of Jackson, Mississipi 7even spun the tale of Max Redrum’s quest to annihilate Earth with the style and attitude of a liquor store cypher.

After dropping the video for one of the more acerbic tracks on the LP, “Where It’s At”,  7even comes back around to hit you with the remix. He joins forces with Sacramento young gun Lee Bannon for the task of reworking some of the most aggressive bars on the album. Today this is one of underground classics, remember to support REal HipHip.

Friday, September 22, 2017

MED - "Candlelight" (Ft. Georgia Anne Muldrow) - {Official Video}

Check out the visuals to this dope track from MED and the songstress Georgia Anne Muldrow. This was one of my favorite tracks off the Bang Ya Head III project. Also be on the look out for Bang Ya Head IV which will feature this new joint with Gangrene entitled Run It. Check my man out below he on some smooth HipHop/R&B tip...Big Daddy Kane style. No silk suits though...just razor shirt lyrics.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Felix Nobody & Notepad - "Paint" LP - {Audio}

 Felix Nobody and Notepad released a mixtape a couple years ago that flew under the mainstreams radar, but just let these 14 songs that speak for themselves. One of the songs Breaking A Sweat features Dayo Okeniyi, Hollywood actor from The Hunger Games.  I was really impressed with these young guys talent, it feels good to see Real Artist making their mark in HipHop. Emcees like these two who make me not be so bias against the young bucks coming up in the game.  Checkout the Mixtape, and don't to forget to support your local artist.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Divine Mindz - "This Is REal HipHop" (Ft. Jedi Mind Tricks) - {Audio}

Azazel the Fallen and Warz the Divine together are Divine Mindz. Hailing from Waldorf, Maryland, they have a unique east coast sound. Check out the samples from their album Underground4Lyfe.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Arsenal Hendrix - "Say Anything" - {Audio}

Rarely in life do you get "do overs", but with the 2.0 version of his Say Anything: The EP was released by Arsenal Hendrix. The Bridgeport, CT Emcee decided to upgrade his debut EP with a few remixes and a guest appearance from fellow Bridgeport artist Mr. Council on the Queen Latifah inspired 2nd single, Just Another Day. Hendrix is also one of the featured Emcees on C-Rayz Walz's "Almighty: The Solar Facts." Remember to support REal Emcees like your local artists.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Rahim Samad - "Strut" - {Audio}

Tampa, Florida Emcee, Rahim Samad, teams up with Joey Bada$$/Pro Era beatmaker, Chuck Strangers to deliver a hard hitting, dusty banger called "Strut". From the upcoming Rahim Samad EP  "Supreme 7", which features production from Ski Beatz, Phil Chronics, and Chuck Strangers.  Just when I think the younger generation of Emcees are letting us REal HipHop heads down, artist like Rahim gives us hope.

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Knox Hill & John the Unlimited - "Four In" - {Official Video}

 It’s been a long time coming for Maryland (my home state) Emcees Knox Hill and John the Unlimited. Frequent collaborators since childhood, the two released these visuals for their fan favorite track “Four In”. After performing the song to rave reviews throughout the DMV (DC/Maryland/Virginia) area both artists agreed to officially release “Four In” on YouTube.

The song itself is a fresh spin on the timeless Nujabes track “Shiki No Uta,” and combines the influences of Eastern music with Western bounce and energy. The duo manage to keep the soulful essence of the original while creating a fun record perfect for life’s more light hearted moments. It's a unique blend that contributes to a new age HipHop. Now this is what I call originality, which is the key to longevity, unlike that garbage they play on the radio 24/7.

Friday, September 15, 2017

(Bishop Nehru & DOOM) - "NehruvianDOOM" LP - {Audio}

DOOM and Bishop Nehru Release New Track
DOOM and Bishop Nehru's collaborative album under the name NehruvianDOOM put together one of the dopest projects ever.  NehruvianDOOM, was released not too long ago in the UK and the U.S. via Lex/Noizy Cricket!!. The album cover up there, designed by Ghostshrimp.  After releasing the video for "Darkness", they've also shared another new track, "Om". It features rapping from DOOM in addition to Bishop Nehru.  Check Doom out below and tell us what you think.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Awon & Dephlow - "Step Up" (Prod. Phoniks) - {Audio}

Awon & Dephlow - Step Up (Prod. Phoniks)(Off New album AVAILABLE NOW!!! link in description)
What can I say about Awon & Dephlow they are what REal HipHop is all about, period.  They take you back during time when you had to qualify with your Bars in order to be a contender.  Without the smoke and mirrors most mainstream Emcees wouldn't have a career it's a shame how skinny jeans seem to be a requirement nowadays.  This LP takes us back to the Golden Years of HipHop when you could get your Azz whooped for being whack and a misrepresentation of our culture would be the end of your career (Vanilla Ice).  My have times changed...make sure support your REal artist. 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Chelsea Reject - "Go" (Ft.CJ Fly & T'Nah Apex {of Pro Era}) - {Video}

Chelsea Reject is one of those dope female Emcees that comes around every 10 years or so.  That being said, she just got signed to Duck Down Music and if you know anything about Duck Down, they only put out the REal HipHop.  On this joint right here Chelsea links up with Pro Era members CJ Fly and T’Nah Apex for a poetic new track off her forthcoming album “CMPLX”.   This is a good look for all parties involved, I love to see our your artist coming together to do some REal music.  Check it out below and tell us what do you think.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Ruste Juxx, Smif N Wessun & Sadat X - "Canon" - {Official Video}
This is probably one of the best examples of HipHop collaborations, this joint featuring Voltron. Megadon, Ruste Juxx, Smif N Wessun & Sadat X do their thing on this track.  Underground HipHop is alive and throbbing with Real skill checkout the video below it's real dope.

Produced by Megadon | Directed by Donald Robinson Cole III

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Millennium Jazz Music - "Made In Germany OTR Vol. 2" LP - {Audio}

Back again with another ensemble of dope Jazz/HipHop instrumentals, Millennium Jazz Music never fail to impress me with the diversity of blended genres of music they come up with.  If I were a Emcee and I couldn't afford a producer or knew how to create my own beats this would be my first choice.  High quality music, all live instruments and sick background vocals.  Make sure ya'll checkout their entire catalog and don't forget to support REal HipHop

Friday, September 8, 2017

Dojo Seven - "Dead Presidents" (Nas Tribute) - {Audio}

 Jackson, Missouri Emcee, Dojo Seven is intelligent young rapper with a lot of charisma.  His music expresses the dichotomy of formal educational training and urban aka"The Hood” southern sensibilities. It’s concurrently young in spirit and old and wisdom. Some say he sounds like Big Sean, Mystikal, J. Cole with a twist of Wiz Khalifa...hmmm not sure about that.  I mean he's good but why do we try to place artist in box by comparing them to another?  Just let every artist be themselves, checkout the track below "Dead Presidents", over Nas's instrumental.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

JSWISS - "Awthenticity" (Ft.Tab-One, Devine Carama & K-Hill) - {Audio}

 I’m a little late on this, but the lil homie JSWISS his project Awthenticityfeaturing Tab-One, Devine Carama and K-Hill, takes me back to the simple days of HipHop.  I'm feeling this smoothed out jazz beat produced by U Nique Music.  Make sure you check the album out below and don't forget to support REal HipHop.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Ruste Juxx & The Arcitype “Stand Strong” (Ft. Sarah Miller) - {Video}

 Visuals from Ruste Juxx & The Arcitype’s 15-track 'V.I.C' album, of course another dope out of non other than the best independent label ever Duck Down Records.  This label is one of the major reasons why Real HipHop has a platform today.  Support your Indie labels if you want to continue to hear Real artist, in the meantime checkout the visuals to "Stand Strong" below and tell us what you think.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Adlib - “New Era” - {Official Video}

Though Bad Newz is Adlib’s debut-LP, he is a music industry veteran who has built his fan-base from the ground up on the road with HipHop greats; touring the world over many times with the likes of Jedi Mind Tricks, AOTP, La Coka Nostra and Madchild (Swollen Members) to name a few.

Bad Newz conjures up a nostalgic sense of Golden Era HipHop with a strong dose of aggressiveness that is characteristic of the La Coka Nostra and Battle Axe collective. Adlib’s Bad Newz contains features from Vinnie Paz, Slaine, Madchild, General Steele (Smif N Wessun), Reef The Lost Cauze Shabaam Sahdeeq and much more.

Monday, September 4, 2017

Diamond District (yU, Oddisee, Uptown XO) - "First Step" - {Video}

If you haven't heard of Diamond District then you are probably NOT REal HipHop fan.  We never get tired of posting any material released by yU, Oddisee, or Uptown XO as a group or solo artist. Unlike most Emcees theses individuals concentrate on quality over quantity.  Once you watch their video make sure you go support them, they are one of the few artist who remain underground on purpose.  Similar to the underground legend Tech N9ne they learned early in the game owning the rights to all your material is more beneficial in the long run.  That's why most artist go Broke after they are not so called "Hot" , even if their songs are in heavy rotation the corporations make 85% of the sales in most first record deal contracts better known as 360 Deals.  As a whole more money is made by the artist in underground HipHop he may not move as money units but earn the same as a major corporation.  So selling 100,000 units you can be a millionaire as a independent artist.  Boom....!!!

Sunday, September 3, 2017

CN5 - "The Introduction" - {Official Video}

 CN5 is a Underground HipHop group coming out of Ontario, Canada that consists of 5 members, Bonafyde, D Thought, Dame G, Jigga Jay and Reign. All of the members are originally hail from Shoal Lake #39 first nation, but have been brought up various cities including, Kenora, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Thunder Bay, Sarnia and Orlando.  I like this groups hardcore lyrics and street B-boy attitude, it's a refreshing feeling from what's on the radio nowadays with all that BS about feelings. "Let's Get Back To Rap"!!  But anyway make sure you checkout the visuals to their joint The Introduction, Real HipHop fans will appreciate this.

Saturday, September 2, 2017

iLL iNDiViDUALs - "Rest In Peace" - {Audio}

I really like iLL iNDiViDUALs, a underground group out of RaleighNorth Carolina.  They've had a Buz for awhile now, what I love about this group is they are not trying to follow any trends or cliches', which is rare for young artist nowadays.  Make sure you support this group so they will stay together and keep releasing dope music.  Support REal HipHop and it will support you.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Cool Nutz - "Mine" (Feat. The Grouch & Arjay) - {Audio}

 Cool Nutz is a Emcee from the Portland Ni%#A, with The Grouch(of The Living Legends) and Arjay on the feature. Portland  Ni%#A has some heavy hitting features like Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Messy Marv, and Mistah Fab. Produced by none other than Trox I, I was on the fence with this track at first because I wasn't feeling the vocals in the hook.  But the message is undeniable.  Check it out below and tell us what do you think.