Tag Archives: hip hop

Jaye Prime joins in on the festivities as Nolan The Ninja debuts the lead single “Oranges” from his forthcoming album – @NolanTheNinja @MelloMusicGroup

Nolan The Ninja

Nolan The Ninja has made a name from himself in Detroit, distinguishing himself among some of hip-hop’s greatest artists in the area. His delivery is reminiscent of 90s MCs, crafting intricate patterns and clever rhymes. Traditionally, Nolan has been associated with a frantic energy, his songs overflowing with syllables and style. Now, having matured as a rapper and human and …

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Taiyamo Denku is the Hip Hop version of “Jigsaw” as he forces feeble rappers into verbal death traps alongside Dcypha – @TaiyamoDenku @Dcypha

Jigsaw

Taiyamo Denku’s main objective is to rip a track apart with bars and lyrics and then piece it all back together again. Hence the title to his latest drop, “Jigsaw”. Producer Dcypha uses twisted and dark movie styled samples to give this song a “Saw” vibe. The single can be found on Denku’s latest album, “No Industry Standard”.

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This is just “The Beginning” of hearing M-Dot and Rapper Big Pooh making beautiful music together on a Pause Beats production – @MDotBoston @OwnLaneMusic

M-Dot

For every great story the starting point isn’t always the most optimistic, and when two respected, accomplished artists collaborate it doesn’t always mean there will be chemistry when distinct styles are involved, in this instance there definitely is. Boston’s M-Dot and Rapper Big Pooh of Little Brother fame drop their latest tune, “The Beginning”. Over a soulful instrumental by Sweden’s …

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DJ Kay Slay invites Papoose, Bun B, Saigon & Meet Sims to share how they would save Hip Hop if they only had “24 Hours” to make a change – @kingdjkayslay @Papooseonline @BunBTrillOG @TheRealSaigon

With his new project available now, Kay Slay recruits Papoose, Bun B & Saigon for “24 Hours”. After a seven-year hiatus in between projects, DJ Kay Slay returned with the star-studded and diverse The Big Brother (2017), the album debuted in the top 10 on Apple’s Hip-Hop chart and featured collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Mac Miller, …

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Dark Lo and Cormega connect on the moving, storytelling filled “The Cloth”, lifted from producer B Leafs album, “The Horizon” – @obhdarkLo @iamcormega

Dark Lo

Boston producer B Leafs isn’t just sitting on the accolades achieved with his “Reaganomics” single as he follows up with yet another track from his debut LP. This time, he grabs the lyrical monster that is Mega Montana aka Cormega and Philly’s Dark Lo for the introspective/self-aware “The Cloth.” B Leafs newly released album “The Horizon” is streaming now on …

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With their comeback album “The All” dropping soon, Bucktown alum Smif N Wessun debut “Ocean Drive” featuring Musiq SoulChild & Rapsody – @Smifnwessun

Smif N Wessun

Brooklyn-bred hip-hop duo Smif N Wessun– consisting of partners in rhyme, Steele and Tek, are OG and staple members of the Duck Down Records and Boot Camp Clik family recently (1-10) celebrated the 23rd anniversary of their classic debut effort Dah Shinin.’ Tek & Steele’s undeniable Gemini chemistry, clearly the byproduct of a 20-plus year friendship, is once again on full display …

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STLM finds strong inspiration in a vintage Pam Grier film for their new project, “Drip Art: Seduction of Friday Foster” – @JDavonHarris @RemoWillz

STLM

As a follow-up to the video, “Jackson Pollock”, the DMV producer/emcee combo of JDavon Harris and Remo Willz give us their full length, ten-track album titled “Drip Art: The Seduction of Friday Foster”. This project is infused with a 808, boom bap trap that is courtesy of Remo’s creativity. Matching with JDavon’s cold flows, this tape covers all types of …

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In “Jazzy”, Fat Joe calls upon Terror Squad’s newest member, UFO Fev, to handle a little business – @UFOFev

As UFO Fev’s “Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth” project circulates the web for the 2019, Fev locks in with Itchy House Films for this new work called “Jazzy”, lifted off of said project produced by Back Pack Beatz. “Team!” is the theme of this video as it displays Fev’s unique flow as he weaves in and out of a classic …

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The Good People take us back to the times that feel good Hip Hop would be on max volume in your “Headphones” – @djemskee

Brooklyn / Long Island outfit The Good People comprised of members Emskee [MC] and Saint [Producer], a group supplying the timeless synergy of soulful Hip-Hop beats with meaningful lyrics. Grown folk music. As an introduction for the unaware this is the lead video “Headphones” off their Jan 15th, 2019 released album “Good For Nuthin.” This visual captures the true essence …

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@curt_or_ren wants you to know “I Really Did Take It This Far”.

Illinois native and Tennessee resident, Ren of the Co-Pilots provides some perspective on his new project. Titling the release I Really Did Take It This Far is fitting based on it’s overall tone and feel. Keeping it concise with 9 tracks including standouts “Kings and Queens” and “Or What” with The Co-Pilots compadre Money Green. Exemplifying both lyrical and Black …

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