Levels – Bless The General x Emaculate Vernaclucar

What It Sound Like?

That’s right, doubling back on em!  

This underground is is deeper than meets the eye. Each corner turned  there’s uncharted flows and approach to the rhyme. We’ll hear  from some artists that are more  technically sound than a Euro-step! Bless The General could be heard all ends of Connecticut with his music and multi-hustle. 

EMACulate Vernacular is the name that ultimately sums up the  character.  Words are  extremely calculated from annunciation to syllable. The Georgia native has a grass roots style. Wit and double entendre loaded bars, a sure student of the game. They kept it as live over the orchestra, structured original beat.

Bless has a style to go in almost any lane, EMAC has that raw desire to  spit bars. Shows that the depth of  this keeps expanding. By the streams they’ve been getting, things are on another Level for them.  This smoker is available on all digital platforms. Check the YouTube link provided. Share with your people. Thanks for passing  through, blessings from the Most High!

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If Cocaine Could Talk 4 – RJ Payne

What It Sound Like?

Gotta talk in the NORE loud whisper voice tonight. Tonight’s hustler made another flip. Dealing with something  that could get you serious studio time. RJ Payne drops off his follow up to ICCT 3. After excelling in creativity, believe it or not he gets more creative.

 Songs named after favorites from New Jack City. The grind attracts  other hustlers. Special mentions by rising Rochester star, 38 Spesh.  Returning Desert Storm sergeant, Paul Cain. Safe to say he knows a thing or two  about the talk. Of course, had too get a plug from legendary DJ Doo Wop. The soft-tone, melodic background set by Neff Beats. 

Cool vibe carried into the first tune which bring back the Empress by  the name of Lioness Jade. She helps the situation settle after the storm by RJ with her blended spoken word and flow. Other tracks that have a type-slow pace is Don Armeteo produced by Brian Blaze. Plus, Dutta Man by Stan Da Man. Still, these beats are hard as Loc Dog in Menace. Energy increases with Frankie Needles, keys handled by Myth. One of my favorite lines from Payne is “Buck 50 if you  turn  the other cheek.” 

Notice the Philadelphia jazz culture in G Money On The Court. RJ two steps without stepping on the work from Fonkstarr. Things get slicker on Keisha’s Gunn. The bars are consistent and loaded. Salute to Neff Beats for the keys. Fat Smitty reminds  me of the direction Hip Hop was going in 2005-2010. That triumphant sound, production by Firzt Donz.

CMB slows things down, for a little. I like the momentum of this project. Reese Tanaka leads with electric instrumental elements. A major jewel we can’t ignore, DITC icon OC lands a verse with our boy. How’s that for Big L comparisons? They destroyed the beautiful creation by Chukk James. The Harlem emcee would be honored by Appleton & Peretti. We get one more from Fonkstarr to bring it to an end. Something you gotta drive a 1960’s Continental to.

 RJ started with a quarter, now the audio drug dealer reaches the destiny of a Ki. He represents the essentials well in this form of music. His rap co-sign list is steady growing with some of the most impacting lyricists. Well organized album with new and familiar faces. Exclusive purchases directly through IAMRJPAYNE.com  I will provide the YouTube link for our readers. Your attendance is appreciated, blessings from Yahweh! 

Trauma Freestyle – Killa Khy x King Merlino