What It Sound Like?
This rap game can be used for many purposes. When executed properly, it brings a good feeling. This community is full of that feeling. I’m happy to hear from the bro again. He brought us a new project compact with audio nutrition.
An ideal arrangement of bars, hardship, plus the balance of relativity. King Merlino remains on the chess board. I wanted to quote a favorite line, then I started to lose count. I was only one track in, Twofifteeenfreestyle. The suspenseful dramatization hosts J. Ford from the 215UFO camp. A warning of the pain you’re in for with Only The Real.
Hip Hop gives up a platform to free the mind. Sometimes you just gotta let it air out. Just Venting reveals the wolves in sheep’s clothing, I’m glad he chose the references he mentioned. The double standard against black America, and he covers his personal issues. We get some blue-collar rap in Making a Man. It’s a deep tear jerker about a difficult upbringing. This will give you the transparency you’re looking for.
Been Solid reminds me of a song from his debut album. He even plugs the title in one of his verses. It’s a more laid back flow, light instruments to emphasize the lyrics. Merlino always aims to inspire in rhyme. We Gotta Do Better is encouragement with tough love. The artist executes human’s achilles heels. So many things we do to contradict self. The narrative is closed with an alerting speech from B.F. Nkrumah.
This is an assortment of moods, touching all kinds of vibes. Merlino is in the pocket with lyrics and giving the crowd something tangible. Not an easy task to complete. The Power cadence is a favorite of mine from the first tune. Through the project, you will hear a lot more. Get your copy, press play, and enjoy.
What It Sound Like?
An interesting start of this decade, to say the least. Unfortunately, most of the news sources have sad or negative info to present. Rumors of war, blazing inferno wiping out a continent… I’m here to bring something more inspirational.
We’ve got nuff culture for this gathering. Talent from Europe, North America, and Jamaica combining. A lesson can be taught here to bickering countries. Falcon Outlaw teams up with Lord Juco to spring us into the new year. This is my introductory to El Brago, pushing key tones from Germany.
Raw lyricism over a classy background. I hear individuals looking for change. They’re sick of what they’re used to. Not saying good times don’t exist, just looking forward to better times. Through the uncertainty, we gotta remain optimistic. One of the coolest things about Hip Hop is the ability to be aggressive while delivering a positive message.
What do you look forward to in the new 365? I could definitely hear more from this T Dot sound. Roll out to YouTube and spin this tune. If you’re new, you also have to listen to Outlaw and Juco catalogues. I must get caught up on other joints from El Brago. Thank you to all the readers staying loyal. Many blessings from Yahweh!
In a few hours you will be able to purchase this collector’s piece. Thanks to everybody playing the streams and buying the CDs. Now, the record you’ve been waiting for. Big thanks to Cocareef Records for distribution, plus his consistent support.
I also want to thank the talents involved on this project. The emcees: King Merlino, Jamal Gasol, Tripz 456. Theproducers: Ear 2 Tha Beat, Kelby Clarke (Runway MusicGroup), Million Dollar Manny, Fat Sound Records, and KZR Beatz.
What It Sound Like?
Naturally, I’m a humble guy. Plenty reasons to not be, I recognize my blessings, though. This weekend I road with a few friends to visit a mutual friend, locked up. I thought I valued time before the trip. Now, I value it more. Between the features, solos, as well as the articles, I try to get as much done as I can.
So many new releases to get caught up on, I bring you some bully rap from Maddog Mcgraw. We need these type of bars to keep things aligned. There’s far too many hipsters and emo rappers running the show. Outsiders start to think that’s what rap is.
His sound blends with producer, Sam Da Grouch. A producer that also keeps the edge in Hip Hop. This tune sticks to the topic. It’s likely to anger more people than the first season of Family Guy. One of my favorite lines is “I even intimidate twelve my last warrant came in the mail.”
Mac makes good use of his time in the stu. He impresses by not looking to impress the crowd. That’s the kind of attitude needed in this line of work. The pen is sharp, the wit is present. You should give this a spin or few. Find the link here. Thanks for staying up with me. Blessings from the Most High!