Yeah!!! GARBANZO BEANS for you! I never said i produced this, U DID!
– PF Cuttin
Okay, well he posted it. So, let’s assume PF was being “artsy” with the above disclaimer. The beat is the best madness. Had to be blessed by the baddest – P! Sean Price with these “Garbanzo Beans” for that azz mickey fickeys! FREE download.
HOT new joint from ScienZe. The Brooklynite you want on your side in a rhyme fight dropped this as this “Proof & Pudding” (featuring JohnNY U.) as the finale for his series of weekly releases. Produced by PJ Katz.
West Coast emcee Bad Lucc dropped this ill new joint called ‘Humiliate’ produced by Amp (of the Soul Council) production team & I’m am literally making the ‘stank face’ like someone just took a dump in the middle of a restaurant. COTDAYAAM!!!! Bad Lucc & Amp are literally ‘Humiliating’ lesser skilled emcees & producers with this one! Wowwwww!! I F*kn’ Love it!!! That’s
Wasup WattsUp! “Amp on the beat like….” **Hits The Replay**
And another banger of a beat checked in by the one called Ski Beatz; blessed up by the ones them call Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede. This is the video for “Bright Lights” from the forthcoming Camp Lo (Cheeba and Suede) full-length produced entirely by Mr. Beatz who tweeted this heat for all to see! Single (out now) and album (“Ragtime Hightimes” due out May 19, 2015) linked below.
Rising New York rap artist Dave East laments on why he couldn’t make it out to California for the Coachella festival this year with the help of producer Automatik Beatz. I’ve been diggin’ Automatik Beatz’s production on a few tracks lately. I hope he keeps up the good work. Unfortunately No Coachella for me this year either. See y’all at A3C.
Boogie got more of that good west coast smoke for all y’all. Grab a drink. Press play. Give in to the urge to bounce to the beat. “Oh My” is definitely some turn and burn music; just a sample from the forthcoming “The Reach” (due out Summer 2015). FREE download below. Special bonus for you after the jump!
DOWNLOAD: BOOGIE – OH MY (PROD. BY JAHLIL BEATS)
Like the man himself said… It’s important to pay attention when Frank Nitt is spittin’… even when talking about how he’s been “Slippin'” (track produced by J. Rocc). Slum Village’s Illa J got something to say on this one, too. If you wanna go ahead and pre-order the whole album “Frankie Rothstein” by Frank Nitt, you can get the single today AND have some dopeness to look forward to. We linked it below. Just saying.
Interesting. Jae Millz is the third artist we’ve posted to name a joint “Legends Never Die.” But don’t worry, if you were at all, it’s dope. Like we’d post anything else. Jae goes hard. So does the beat. “Ape sh!t, talking Caesar on the toilet!” Get the FREE download below.
DOWNLOAD: JAE MILLZ – LEGENDS NEVER DIE
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J Dilla’s younger brother ‘Illa J’ is keeping the Yancey family legacy in music alive with some brand new music with this track called ‘Strippers’ produced by Potatohead People & Kaytranada. The Detroit raised & L.A. based emcee released this funky joint in preparation for his forthcoming self-titled solo album, dropping Fall 2015 on Bastard Jazz Recordings.
Counting cheese with rats ain’t healthy.
Dat Damn Joe Young! I admit to not knowing, sir, but I won’t sleep going forward. The German spitter sets up the Hip-Hop chemistry set, and puts some pure Cormega from Queensbridge bonded with emerging artist Dave East on a track produced by the Heatmakerz. Then he turned the experiment loose – “Free.” It’s alive! Joe Young’s got “We are Young” slated for September 2015. But bang this while you wait, and you’ll be a’ight.
Another Desert Storm downloadable Hip-Hop quotable jam-packed jam from the Fab man (and DJ Clue). Ooh, did you hear him say he’ll “put the paws on you and Li’l Scrap you dude?” Like Big Daddy Kane’s homie Scrap knocking fools out? Maybe? Be gangsta if that was the reference.
Hell, whatever. This is gangsta anyway. Fabolous on the Mobb Deep “Quiet Storm” beat freestyling: Dope (and FREE below)!
DOWNLOAD: FABOLOUS – QUIET STORM (FREESTYLE)
People getting fed up, and it HURTS, when it seems that our lives DON’T matter…
New music from the man making sure Real Hip-Hop Is Back and here to stay! The realest part: BIGREC talking to his little boy about dealing with the cops. And not that “policeman is your friend” mini-speech that TV parents (read: White parents) give their kids. This is real life; too real.
Rest In Peace to the myriad of Black Men lost in similar fashion: #RIPWalterScott #RIPEricGarner #TrayvonMartin #RIPMichaelBrown #RIPAmadouDiallo #RIPTroyDavis #RIPOscarGrant #RIPSeanBell #RIPEmmettTill (…and the list goes on).
Unfortunately, there’s nothing new for Black folk here but the song. That said, like everything BIGREC’s been dropping, this “BLSM” (Black Lives Still Matter) work will hit you in the chest – dead center. And respect to J. Cole, true indeed. He has spoken on occasion on situations, too. FREE download below.
DOWNLOAD: BIGREC – BLSM (RESPECT TO J. COLE)
Social networks… everybody hard!
– Tony Yayo
Hahaa! Shout out to the ‘Net gangstas. G-Unit lieutenant Tony Yayo, with Thirst Mulah and N.O.F. P, “channeling” (get it?) that ’90s blunted-on-tracks feel onto digi-wax. In the Golden Era, it was all about dopeness on the mic. Rolling with the Unit, rolling a li’l something for the booth, rolling “tape” when he gets in said booth to light it up… FIRE! Yayo and bros. is pretty dope on this freestyle to Channel Live’s “Mad Izm” beat.
We don’t really have to dwell on the “The Premier” being produced by DJ Premier, do we? But c’mon. Preemo producing your sh!t is pretty much an indicator that an emcee has arrived. In here. However, this video… It’s more like Ryan Bowers’ indication of his willingness to take it there. Some of this you’ll watch with your WTF face on. But that’s okay. It’s a fun approach to boom bap. Who could hate on that?