Tryezz – a Chattanooga based, electro-funkateer that is seemingly inspired by late 70’s/early 80’s synth lords like Mtume and Kashif– previews a pair of neon covered, zone-coasting …Continue reading »
Nametag Alexander bolsters his positions as an unremittingly active and motivated wordsmith as he delivers an airtight freestyle over the instrumental to the now classic Outkast track “Elevators&…Continue reading »
Fly Anakin‘s excitable growl and full-on assault style of emceeing are on full display on the newly dropped loosie, “Monopolize” – a live wire track that (somewhat ironically) featur…Continue reading »
New music from the duo Blak Madeen (rhymesayers Al-J and Yusef Abdul Mateen) who engage their listeners with a pair of keenly observant, boom-bap cuts entitled “The Sum Up” and “In…Continue reading »
On the freshly pressed single “What It Look Like”, L.A.-by-way-of-Boston based emcee June Lyfe intones a Max Julien level of game into a dutifully smooth, funk steeped track from producer Do…Continue reading »
Singer/Producer/Multi-instrumentalist Temu breathes some ecstatically satisfying, 21st century expansiveness into a slinky retro funk groove on the Blacc El assisted single “Scavangas…Continue reading »
New music from Jay Electronica via the single “Letter To Falon”. Peace to Kevin Durant, FWMJ and the RappersIKnow.com collective for each of their parts in making this happen.
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