Fourever1 is a quartet of four Bahamian identical quadruplets from the Bahamas. Four times the talent, four times the sexy. No, you aren’t dreaming… this is just that dreamy! Born in Miami (Florida, USA), raised in the Bahamas, discovered there by Randy Jackson – who is now their de facto A&R and manager. Check out the video Fourever1’s single “All About Tonight.”
Tito Montana threw the switch and brought a monster to life with this one. Dave East on the feature. Featuring an audio sample from Dick Gregory schooling fools (once again) on America’s fear of the young Black male… You know a joint with all that “Must Be Crazy” (iTunes link to single below)!
Animated visuals, huh? A’ight let’s see ’em.
Audio Push let loose some new music to hang loose to. Click play and blow a Soundcloud of whatever you puff on to this. Do that and you’re rolling with The Good Vibe Tribe.
New album on the way, had to drop off somethin for you to smoke to.
– Audio Push
Consider adding “The Iceberg” (album from Oddisee, out now) to your rotation. If you like dope tracks and doper lyrical content and things like that. Just saying. Matter of fact, why not just FREE stream it and to hell with what we’re just saying… how about that?
So, Hip-Hop Nation, how was the weekend? Anything interesting go down. Any beef get flame-broiled? Hear anything pop off.
Just kidding. Here’s that “ShEther” dissing Nicki HARD over that Nas “ShETHER” instrumental. with Remy Shots heard ’round the world. Hell no. Remy with the sh!ts heard ’round the Hip-Hop world!!! A little slick Twit talk and THIS is the response??? WHEW! Do they REALLY want it with Remy Ma? Wonder what we’ll hear from Nicki though. And any ‘counter diss’ will NEED to be DIRECT. Subliminal is OVER! Remy called Nicki by name and went IN on her, her family, her exes, dragged in some associates…scorched the earth!
What now from Nicki? Spit back? Or maybe ‘buys over bars’ will be the response. Nicki does have big sales numbers. Really don’t think that is the way to respond here (Rem went there in the track already). Say everything or say nothing… just an opinion/prediction.
(Hit the jump for some of what is believed to have brought this on.)
Wowwww…DJ Premier is an executive producer of VH1’s “The Breaks” series AND he is scoring the entire series. BANGING!!
Oh, okay, this post is supposed to be about Miguel on the Preemo-produced “2 Lovin U” song. And how do we know it’s a track by Preemo? It’s the signature scratching baby. You hear those ‘damn’ samples scratched into the hook? Well, the rough, eventually shelved, early version of this song was called “Damned.” So, naturally, Preem scratched the ‘damn’ thing the f**k up like you know he do!
They decided to keep that element. Dope music was the result. Nice collaboration!
Never Not Getting Enough is right! It is also the expanded title of “NNGE” from “The Iceberg” album being dropped by Oddisee… like TOMORROW! Certified banger with feature work from Toine on this jawn. Check out the liner notes, links (including a FREE single download and album pre-order), and an embedded stream below.
The prolific MC, producer and musician Oddisee’s new album ‘The Iceberg’ is a plea for humanity to dig deeper in search of understanding and common ground. His third release in just 12 months, ‘The Iceberg’ is a distillation of stereotypical tropes in Hip-Hop and beyond, 12 tracks about money, sex, politics, race and religion that appear superficial until his multi-dimensional lyrics unfurl to expose the complexities of individuality and identity: how we see ourselves and how others see us. Deeply soulful, and shot through with jazz, Go-go, gospel, thick r&b and hard beats, the album is a timely, poetic statement. ‘The Iceberg’ is out February 24 on Mello Music Group.
so God bless Kanye West
and every other brither of color that’s under stress
they wanna make you feel like you are less
even though you didn’t make it gotta deal with this mess
hold your head and always do your best
it’s a long race you gotta pace your steps
and remember that you are blessed
it’s because God loves that he puts us to the test
Murs on a banging azz track IS therapy. So when you play him going in on this K-R.O.K. beat masterpiece, don’t be surprised if you holler out, “That’s IT!” Bump this on 12 and tell every DJ you know to put this on the waves and in their mixes. The (medicinal) dope we need. Verses speak deeply to ‘three different’ plots. Listen to Murs’ mic mastery above!
Joey Bad still good with them flows. Taking no losses, and the streak continues with his latest “Victory” (produced by Kirk Knight & 1-900). Listen up up above.
Daaaaamn this sh!t is DOPE! Guaranteed that new CyHi LP will be that FyHi (like ‘fire high’… because dope will get you… ah never mind)! That’s not until Summer, but we do have this banging not-so-subliminal “Nu Africa” piece from the Prynce to play. Hit it!
Don’t tell us about how hard you’re grinding… Producer Hezekiah put out there on his Bandcamp that he is recouperating from a brain aneyurism, and yet he still has heat for the streets that he can serve from the shelf! Check out this “Gods” EP with features from Bilal, Freeway, Blu, T3 of Slum Village, and more.
(Peep the video spot of Hezekiah & Peedi Crakk in the studio after the jump.)
Damn if this ain’t the candy shop of banging blends! That “Sweetest Taboo” refixx though… all of ’em are probably as dope… curious about that “No Ordinary Love” one, too. Pricey, but tempting, and waiting for you over on the Bandcamp, it’s Paul Nice’s “Best Of Sade Blends.” CRAZY dope!
Super-producer Oh No and Tristate (of Durag Dynasty) form up for a new collab LP, “3 Dimensional Prescriptions.”
And yeah, Oh No did aaaaaall the damn beats on this. But the thing is loaded with features… Alchemist, Evidence, Casual, Westside Gunn, Hus Kingpin, Lyric Jones, Brotha J, Planet Asia… LOADED!
Prepare for the banger and press play.
You see it. You hear it. Most important, play it, and you will FEEL it! Unmixed, unmastered, unreleased and uncommonly dope! This “Movie Scene” music (featuring Teresa Jenee) is everything! Take a listen to the new jawn from Falyon with all its perfect imperfections.
King I Divine dropped a mixtape on his birthday. How do YOU celebrate? Nah, not YOUR born day, HIS (selfish)! Know what, Divine got y’all.
The project is a mix of instrumentals and songs including features from ScienZe, Yamin Semali, and D. Julien. If you could take a listen and share it… I’d really appreciate it.
There you go. Done and done. It’s a celebration. Official nod party with this Divine music. Bask in it! And share.
What if we told you today’s math was Keith Murray + Erick Sermon? If we counted to three, best believe we join you hollering DEF SQUAD! Now… press play and let’s hear if they can still do it Def‘er than ever. No curve. We grading them the same way we graded ’em all when they dropped back in the day… the way we always do real Hip-Hop. Is it dope or not… “No Exceptions!”
Aaahhh, a new and proper way for a producer to leave his mark on a track. Instead of lacing the audio signature between the beats, or at the start or end, why not just jump on the damn track and rock the sh!t out of it like Kev Brown? Sounds smooth to us. Make it a trend, trendsetters! Respect Diamond D.
Think “Untitled,” and two things you’d see a title on come to mind. D’Angelo’s classic; and that filename that comes up when you save something but you ain’t quite done working on it. Maybe that’s what Smoke DZA had in mind for this dope he left on the shelf. But naaaaah, son, this crack rock is cooked and well done!
This joint had been in the stash forever & I kept annoying DZA to drop it…finally he let me drop the sh!t on Cinematic Radio. If you haven’t peeped Don’t Smoke Rock listen to the album here sh!t is fuego.
Feel like I did 20, came home, stuck in ’96.
Well. CyHi The Prynce just told y’all how Golden Era his flows are supposed to go. What you ought to do now is spin (er… stream… for all you ‘new schoolers’) this “Legend” jawn and hear how right and righteous dude is! Damn dope work here.
Viacom got your brain on mute…
Damn right. O.C. came “Serious” with the rhyme demonstration this go ’round, because sh!t’s way beyond serious out here. Commenting on the state of the nation, politicians not doing a damned thing and the dumbed down music industry happily keeping us not giving a damn that they don’t. You can grab the whole “Same Moon Same Sun” project off the D.I.T.C. website.
Dope spit. And Gwop Sullivan must’ve taken a sh!t on it producing this banging azz track (’cause it is FUNKY)!