New Blew for you, you and you! By that, I’m actually alluding to SkyBlew’s never-ending mission to touch the world with his music. This one’ll do it…again! Hook by Faith Ellse, over a soothing Rukunetsu beat, this single is off the forthcoming “Jazz For Autumn Kismet” project. Listen to “The Quest For Dreams” as many times as you like (stream above).
Okay, the streets ain’t paved in gold. But they’re paved though… It’s a work in progress, and it may always be… America.
– Homeboy Sandman
Not to say it’s about damn time, Sandman. But it’s about damn time, Sandman! This banger showed on our radar back mid last year. True, this visual gives it new life and a reason to rock it at the top of the playlist. Okay. Homeboy Sandman with “America The Beautiful” (produced by Jonwayne) off the “Hallways” LP. Dope.
This is a “The Race Card Show” rebroadcast episode of Atlanta’s premier Hip Hop radio show that aired Saturday night 9pm-12Midnight EST. In addition to the quality uncut bangers played on the show this week, we also had special guest Fabian Williams on “The Beatz & Lyrics Show With Jayforce!”
This week’s episode we have special guest Fabian Williams aka “Occasional Superstar” stop by. He is a visual artist who is very talented with stores to tell. We talk about an upcoming show he has called “The Race Card Show” and also his Dungeon Family pyramid that he constructed that sits on the Atlanta Beltline. We talk about what’s hot in music, what’s wrong in music and Fabian shares a classic story of a party he attended in LA with Alan Thicke. New music spanned by Jayforce and commentary from Twice Born & ArtByOdell this is a must listen. So play, download, share and enjoy!
Serious business. Dope experiences like this is what ought to keep you checking for this site. Point blank. Blu is dope. DJ Revolution, dope. “Kiss The Sky” was the dope product. Experience dopeness on the next level when Large Pro puts the paws on the track and puts the Beatz on it!
Have you heard this shit? https://t.co/0hDFlAlerk
— Shoes. (@HouseShoes) January 14, 2015
Nah, not yet HouseShoes. What’s up though?
I’ve been holding onto this for damn near two years.
A lot on deck from 14KT and Street Corner this year.
Well, well. A remix of “She’s Always In My Hair” from D’Angelo… by 14KT… nice. Thanks.
Ya know how you hear some beats and go, “Dope… but [insert fav rapper’s name here] could have done that track real justice.” Well, that’s NOT what you will say after hearing Roc Marci go in on this “Thre Sixty Five” beat from The Dirty Sample. Yeah. Sample this bit of the forthcoming “Raw Produce” project.
7 Days Of Funk (Snoop x Dam-Funk) – N My System / It’s Not A Secret feat. Daz Dillinger x Shon Lawon
Happy New Year from Snoop & Dam-Funk!
A li’l double-up for your first of the first quarter 2015 listening pleasure. 7 Days Of Funk (Snoop and Dam-Funk) hit you in the head with the “N My System” hitter; then bring in Daz Dillinger and Shon Lawon to finish with the “It’s Not A Secret” quitter. Get your funky bag of New Year’s greens (for luck, of course) and really enjoy this maxi-single.
BDK still spitting that hardcore raw (R-A-W). N!ggas know he ‘roll with missionaries that cause obituaries.’ Wooo! Giving ‘em ‘more problems than an old Nissan.’ WHAT! “The Times” is produced by Dr G out of Manchester (United Kingdom).
The money in my pocket is staying there. I’m attached to it.
Sorry ladies. And be clear, not all ladies… just those trying to come up off someone else. Wais P, on this “Ain’t Comin Up Off Me,” has heat for those ‘ladies’ (and he got Maino and Term to say an ‘amen’ on the ATG-produced track with him).
Off “Pimpin Saved My Life,” Coming Soon on Showoff Records/Every Hood…
More music on this theme on the way… ya think?
Gotta be the shortest mixtape on record (“12 minutes” elapsed time, really). Donwill and Von Pea get right to it and through it at Karriem Riggins’ spot. It’s good. Damn good. Just short. You still get your money’s worth (and not just because it’s FREE).
Think it’s easy… So… why don’t you do it?
That mic ain’t for everybody folks. But eff’n with Fashawn will pick up your pedigree in this game – #1. But even if you collab with the dopest, you have to be able to hold your own on a track – #2. Well, this collaboration between Cali emcees – “It’d Never Be Enough” by David May (featuring Fashawn) – is the #2 (e.g. the sh!t). Check it out. Produced by Gunnah.
The single, the video, and now The Tonight Show. Jimmy Fallon knows what he is doing over there. Check out this performance of “Soul Food” (featuring Raphael Saadiq) above (The Roots got their back, too). And follow the link below to “Cadillactica” – the latest album from the mighty Mississippian.
There’s a worldwide alert for “Godzilla” right now, but he’s not attacking the coasts of Japan. The gigantic Godzilla sound is coming all the way from South Africa by way of North Carolina as 9th Wonder & his first lady of Jamla, Rapsody, dropped the new visuals for the track that appears on her latest release ‘Beauty & The Beast’ that’s out now. Godzilla himself would approve of these monster beats.
DOWNLOAD: RAPSODY – BEAUTY & THE BEAST (EP)
If Eric Garner looked like me, he would’ve never been killed.
– Red Pill
Now THAT’S a powerful opening for some Rhythmic American Poetry. Must be that Red Pill stands for freeing minds from ‘The Matrix’ and letting us see the world for what it is. At least that’s what it seems Red Pill is going in for on this Apollo Brown track. Take a listen to “All Of Us,” and do it again to let it sink in.
Danze and Fame are known for amped up anthems. Tamped down the amps on this one, and got Maino in. This is in homage to the hometown. We posted the audio before. BK ninja – “Welcome 2 Brooklyn.” Nice video for the single off that “Street Certified” project from M.O.P.
— BILL DANZE WF M.O.P (@BILLDANZEMOP) January 4, 2015
Recognize and respect when a genius is in your midst
Yet mindsets like that give them hostile intents
Offensive egos clash instead of blend
Can’t fathom women raising their standards to end the trend
Lyrics matter. And this is how you run a boom-bap track. Fakers fall back. Mama’s back!
Now Skillz was just mentioning that there were others doing wrap-ups that weren’t him. This one though. Well, you know what… you check it. We’ll say no more. This is “2014 Rap Up” by Uncle Murda; a redux for you. Spark that who did it better debate whenever you’re ready.