Summer Slamm ’88 Freestyle – Ty Da Dale

What It Sound Like?

Got another one for you out of the art gallery!

Lines, lines, and more lines is what you get from Ty Da Dale. Some of the most clever ways to put them, too. The Castle Hill HEIST continues with this slick sixteen. Ty let’s the streets have it with his take no prisoners, type flow over Summer Slamm ’88 instrumental. Never shy to show his rough edges. Based on a bar from the verse, being cool with his right hand is not enough for your safety.

This is a fun joint to listen to. It’s hard, it’s witty, got the content we enjoy. The artist undoubtedly served this remix justice! Perfect timing with the follow up to his recent solo project, Tokyo Drip. Anybody with a soul has to respect the hustle and achievement of Dale. Him and his team are doing something similar to WU Tang in the 90’s. The Asian fan base is steady increasing. This is without a major company backing them. So respect the HEIST.

Pop out to Sound Cloud for the free stream tonight. Do visit Band Camp and make some purchases in his store, also. You will have that music you’re missing.

Thanks to everybody stopping through. The company is always appreciated, including your support. God bless.

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Gasol Sauce – Jamal Gasol x Sauce Heist

Your loyalty to this site is never in vain.

Get your hands on the best Piff you could find. Marinate the finest meat protein, fully cooked, because you will be hungry after. Hop in your four-wheels, Uber, or bus and play this record!

The music speaks for itself. Before I get into that, I must talk about the presentation. Jamal Gasol and Sauce Heist mastermind a perfect marketing plan. They give fans the privilege to own physical vinyl, plus cassettes.

If that's not enough, sources say there is even a special sauce you could really eat. Gotta be impressed by the hustle, as well as the audio. The entire album was produced by  Dirty Diggs

This talented producer reminds me of a star point-guard throwing lobs to dunk champions. The content from the rappers give you what you need in this music drought. 

Often features sound like two or more artists just rapping. PRR duo sound like they wrote and recorded together. Real rap chemistry on their first project. That extends to the homey from the left side, KillaKali. If you want streets along with impressive lyrics, keep this in your MP3 player.

Personally, some of my favorites are two songs that pay homage to the Lox and G-Unit. The entire piece gets played no skips, no question!

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The World Is Piff – Jamal Gasol

<strong>What's shakin, All Nighters?</strong>

This guy is constantly hustling, constantly improving. How can people get caught up with fake rap, when reality like this is available? Jamal Gasol entered the game straight out the trap, give credit to the variety of content he brings. His rhyme is not just about drug sales, Mr. 31 got a sharp pen. Listeners can definitely get their Piff on to this, but it’s something for the ladies, also. Gasol got a tearjerker for you, as he got deep about the passing of a potential relationship.

TWIP  is a perfect title for this project. People around the world are showing love to the kid from the Dirty Waters! This line up of producers speaks volume: ScvtterbrvinEto, Jlvsn, Won87Quis Star, MichaelAngelo, plus Camoflauge Monk. The vocals were all his, carrying the weight. Altogether, it sounds better than many major label releases. Log on @BandCamp and show your support, as Jamal gets it off the muscle!

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Power – John Creasy

What's Shakin?

We got new music from someone I'm glad to present, John Creasy. Next up on the Piff Music Empire roster, he keeps the tradition going. Creasy has style that allows him to stand out whether feature or solo. Power happens to have some strong features from artists buzzing all over the stream sites. Fellow Dirty Waters emcees, Jamal Gasol and Benny The Butcher show you how Buffalo / Niagara give it up. The Brooklyn boy, Sauce Heist also played a major role in this project. 

Each artist brings it over classic production by Enrichment! Each beat sounds like it's telling a story, leading into the other. The big story we can't ignore is how John landed this on the same day as the show's return. Perfect business move, so go show your support at Band Camp.

Vinyl Villian -Three The PRR Way Ft. Sauce Heist, Jamal Gasol & Nowaah The Flood

You got to be loving Hip Hop right now, at the artists we rock with.

Got my hands on some grimey, reality rap. Of course, it involves a Featured Artist of ours, Jamal Gasol. I must admit, the line up he's with adds meaning to the song title. Sauce Heist and Nowaah The Flood are definitely worthy of spins over here at Rhyme All Night. Already, a hit on YouTube and other online Platforms. Vinyl Villain has to be proud of the result of his production, the beat is energetic with dope melody. Listen and follow each artist.

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