Jared Evan does it again as he returns with another dope track called “Sunday Morning.” The self-produced cut will get your day started off right. Check it out now!
Let’s throw in a bonus from last month. Take a listen to “Alarm Clock”(featuring Marc E Bassy & Yonas)
Kay Cola enlists Skyzoo & Bad Lucc for the remix to the Avenue Prod & Jon Famous produced “Peace.” Check out the joint below.
As a member of The HBK Gang collective, Azure proved that he was a powerhouse on the production tip. Once he revealed himself to be as equally impressive behind the mic all bets were off! After what seemed to be ages in the making, the gifted artist finally drops his “Leap Year LP”…and oh man, was it worth the wait!!! Check it out NOW!
Oakland’s Luckyiam of Living Legends & multi-talented rapper/singer, Lana Shea, merge their talents with EDM production trio, Kill The Computer, to deliver a futuristic gumbo stew of beats & rhymes for the masses. The 13 track collection titled “Go” serves up a bold & daring “F**k You” to casual listeners who don’t recognize & appreciate their creative vision.
The title track, “Vision,” and “Team” get the party started with hyped up rhythms & syncopated drum patterns while “Bruh” slows things down to give Luck & Lana “spitting room” on a sinister track that closes out with spectacular cuts & scratches on the 1 & 2’s. “Keys” eases in with a slinky groove & more fantastic wordplay from Luck, as Lana provides a catchy hook to keep things rolling. “BWOMP” gives the emcees something funky to bounce to as their rhymes effortlessly cascade around the track and “Type” brings in underground heavy-hitters Chino XL & Ras Kass for a master class in lyricism. “Energy” is just that…a high-powered cut with no signs of ever slowing down while “B!tcht!me” and “Connected” provide mega showcases for Kill The Computer to shine.
“Beyond” kicks into gear with winning turns from 2 more legends in the game, Aesop Rock & Del The Funky Homosapien, while “Festie” supplies a slow flow groove and amazing vocal performance from Lana. “Circles” wraps up the proceedings nicely with mellow instrumentation that culminates in a clever reversal of the track. Hey, it all comes back around! “Go” provides a pleasant respite from the glut of by-the-numbers material we’re force-fed on the radio. Forward thinking listeners will appreciate a top shelf effort from artists unafraid to push the boundaries of creativity.
– Kevin Keith
Da Illest drops another Akon featured track with David Guetta providing his trademark EDM production. Don’t move…It’s a “Stick up!”