Wait… you didn’t think the No Panty move was the only move Nitty was gonna make, did you? This pretty lady has a degree as an emcee (high-level), it’s in the name – Nitty Scott MC. She doesn’t make moves, she engages with gambits. The game’s chess, not checkers!
So, the latest part of her ‘collaborate with the greats’ gambit: How about a team up with Large Professor on some other sh!t? Yeah, how about it is right! Done. Listen up. And the link to “We Are One” (so dope!) is below.
J. Cole came back hitting hard and fast (with little fanfare or warning) at the year’s end! Last part of this last quarter 2016, Coleworld could go platinum again… with no features. He got it like that, and his fans know & appreciate him. Obviously. That last platinum plaque: Cole did that with no features. Just like this 10-track project “4 Your Eyez Only.” Stream it below for the FREE.99 and see if you agree that Jermaine is on a back-to-back platinum title run with this one.
So, y’all may recognize the trackmaster M16 Grammy-nominated Alabama native (Tuscaloosa, Roll Tide, that’s right) – producer of Playaz Circle’s “Duffle Bag Boy” and “I Do” by Jeezy (featuring Andre 3000). And I know followers of this site know Skyzoo. Now, about Hubbs. Nice! From what I could dig up, he’s repping Steel City (Pittsburgh, PA, USA), and he has an album coming out (“Black Privilege”) soon. So, there’s that… and more in this bio he has up on ReverbNation:
Hip-Hop artist, Hubbs, was born in Pittsburgh, PA. His mother, a native resident of the Hill District (Elmore Square) section of Pittsburgh, and father, from Cleveland, OH, moved to Penn Hills, an eastern suburb of Pittsburgh, at this time, to raise their family which also consisted of one older son. Hubbs’ primary inspiration in Hip-Hop, which peaked in the mid 90’s, was influenced by artists and groups such as Notorious B.I.G. and Nas, Jay-Z, Mobb Deep, AZ, The Lox, Wu-Tang Clan, and recalls listening to DJ Clue, Cutmaster C, Ron G, and Doo Wop underground mixtapes. As Hubbs reflects on his beginnings of rhyming, he mentions “I remember my man Sha-King approached me in 9th grade, and asked me and my man Mike if we’d be interested in being in the school talent show with him. Sha-King had been rhyming for years by that point, but Mike and I had only written rhymes on occasion, just out of hobby. But we agreed to, came up with this song over some ill instrumental with this Biggie voice sample in the hook, and killed the talent show. We were on some young don sh*t (laughs), rockin’ trench coats and suits and all that. I had the last verse, and I remember cats in the crowd goin’ nuts when I came out and spit my verse. That’s when I knew I had some talent, and also that I enjoyed rhyming and performing.”
Okay, that ought to be enough to allow you to enjoy this “Buck” joint without having to ‘act’ like you know. Haaa!
Damn. That’s a strong lineup. AND L-L-LOOK! It’s StaHHr! She’s ’bout to snap on a track again! That alone was occasion enough for me to take a look-see (and listen). And I am glad I did, because for some who still sleep, this is my opportunity to share some real essence of way back. Boom bap or get slapped. This is Hip-Hop family. So, have a seat and belly up to these BARZ. “B-Boy Bonanza” – buffet of choice lyrics from Eloh Kush & Dus, featuring John Robinson, EL Da Sensi, A.G. (of D.I.T.C.)… and StaHHr with the shutdown verse. Just a bump off that “Angeldus” LP. Dope!
Run The Jewels is getting up on another project, “RTJ3” due out January 13, 2017. But lookit. Got this “Legend Has It” for y’all to check out on the right now! Stream above. Linked below. As always, El-P produced will Killer Mike beast emceeing. But do-production credit to Little Shalimar and Wilder Zoby on this one.
Yoooooo! The homie SkyBlew’s jawn “Running In Place” (with Sarah Kaboom & Dasan Ahanu; produced by U’Nique Music)…remember? I hipped y’all to it on here (follow the link). Well, dude worked it onto MTV.com. Got that linked, too. But hey, you can just hit play and watch that above. Salute dude. “You’re my boy, Blew! You’re my boy!”
(You gotta know that movie “Old School” to really get that last part. Long story short: I’m really happy for my Carolina Comrade’s recent win!)
Primo dish of spicy new Eminem with enough added seasoning from Gambino…and some well-placed low-key guitar riffs in the beat. This “They Don’t Know Me Yet” track is fire! You’ll be bobbing and nodding by the time ‘Ern’ (from “Atlanta”) hops on the mic. Pretty dope.
And you know we got soul once Pete Rock (and Smoke DZA) touch it. Rick Ross came through on this one, too. Pure uncut dope to start the weekend on the best high!
‘The tool to make your body lose control…’ Really, Bilal? That’s how you’re doing it? Well, play on playa. Listen up, ladies: R&B B got something for ya! Something on a beat produced by Adrian Younge; featuring Big K.R.I.T. Now play with that “Pleasure Toy” while you’re thinking about stuffing. Video above for the single off “In Another Life” (out now). We posted on the single and the LP a while back. Linked below for your convenience and revisitation.
For throwing rocks at the crown, your penalty is DEATH!
Yeah. This “Let’s Go” (Pt. 2) joint feels like Term started off in a stance and attacked the mic. The energy of the Stat beat, KXNG Crooked jumping in and beating it down… everything is right with this Hip-Hop. Another gold star for the “More Politics” project (out now).
Daaayumm! These lyrics are to die for – that’s why Royce and Marv are the “Suicide Squad.” Lethal flows over an elemental beat; lots or airiness, peppered with scratches. This the true goodness. Trust. Plus the stream above AND download below… both FREE!!
Fatt Father is joined by Low Down, Royce Da 5’9 and Kuniva on another well-crafted D.R.U.G.S. Beats track. Flawless production. Well-executed word play. “The Greatest” is worthy! Take a listen.
So we’re running a special on dope EP streaming now… absolutely FREE! Like this new Tanya Morgan EP “Abandoned Theme Park.” It’s an exclusive Che Grand production. We think you will like it. Take it out for a spin. The link is right there if you decide you want one of your own.
The ultimate “Compliments” you and your mate can give each other is to be acknowledged as a complement to one another. Get it? Well, let’s get into it then. Bring your special one in and listen to the flows from Marvelous Mag’s and Asia J’s work with the pen…together.
This Neo Soul Hip-Hop groove speaks about being with someone that compliments your style and empowers you to be better. Asia J drops knowledge of growth and lessons as her melodically smooth voice fits right in. We all need someone that makes us better and compliments you. So sit back relax and listen to the sounds of Mr Marvelous.
Here’s the official music video for the dopeness ATCQ rocked SNL with last weekend; posted the Lyric Video and album link earlier on here. “We The People…” believe in our hearts that the Tribe will reign forever. Thus, real Hip-Hop will never die!
(And when Q-Tip spins to look at the empty spot at the mic near the end. Damn. Rest In Peace Phife. We miss you Dawg.)