New Born King – Lunatic x Sc@ryHour

What It Sound Like?

While I'm pressed for time, I keep pressing this industry with real rap. After leaving us with The Light, we got a full project from   Lunatic.  Yup, he's back with a lyrical baptism. Even from the one tune we heard, you could peep the spiritual conscious! Now belting rhymes over a soundtrack prepared by producer,  Sc@ryHour  of  The Professional Amateurs

These tracks are not only hard and gritty, the levels are  mixed synced with the vocals. Lun has a distinct voice that could be  served injustice by slight engineer faults. The first joint has background sounds of praise elements while the shining goes on. Listening to The Sacrifice, and Habanero Marinara his impatience with hate is heard.

My Hip Hop ear is spoken to by the bar prowess in Cold Blood. While  most of the album battles corruption, the artist has a bit more fun  tooting his own horn. Mission still accomplished, a nice set up for  Starcade 85'a no holds bar approach. Skits were not stretched or overused, Snuff was  measured accurate. Details actions that this soil has practiced for too long, as it rolls into Omega. So I appreciate the brother for sharing it with people that were not aware.

NBK is aggressive, wise, and another piece with a message. Though, the material is graphic, the artist manages to get his point across exposing evil with minimal foul language. Plus, it had no guest appearances, rare and bold.

Southern hospitality over classic samples, you gotta break bread at  Bandcamp. Big thanks to all readers, artists, and word of mouthers. We're growing together. May Yeshua shower you with blessings.  

Kogan – Mak P x Bass Reevez

What It Sound Like?

Bringing the weekend to a close with an artist that left a lasting  impression. The winter gave us dedicated emcees to the art. Ahead of his time, Mak P follows his door opener, No Heart Anthony  with an EP.  As I saw posts announcing its  release, I couldn't wait to hear it. 

Mak goes into full song mode with four hand selected tracks from Bass Reevez. That's right, I finally get to radar high demand  audio key  pusher. Fam knows I dig when the sounds sever, yet maintain  album chemistry. Right in the pocket of the high profile cast. Triple Threat  is a verbal hydra with  K. Burns and  Sauce Heist

They connect spitting empowerment from surviving the best and the worst the streets throw at you. One of two features on the piece, TFMG brother K. Burns pops up again on Loft Muzik.  The fly talk continues, the jewels is inspirational.  Juke Box  proves P can hold his own, plus authentic content. 

Midnight Train  is more of a creative tune, while he uses retro filmography as cadences. Staying along the film themes, Mak flips Killing Them Softly. Once again, the artist trades violence for approach to killing the tracks.

Kogan is one that sits down on the punches. Type of joint to play back to back. Support this young talent, get your copy at Bandcamp. Thank you for your efforts, so far. May the Most High continue to bless you! 

 

The Light – Lunatic x Robert Deniro

What It Sound Like?

Time for some more new music, one of my favorite parts of the day. In this community, it's all about spreading love. After all, part of the word is unity. Our readers are gonna dig this group effort for tonight's topic. Got some names that you have been seeing around the way, plus one of our established producers at RAN.

Finally get to decorate the walls with this special piece by Mr Yellow Baclava. His work can be seen from across the pond in the UK. He's been animating photographs bringing that digital extension to reality. From the Galesi Brescia album orchestrated by Robert Deniro, we get into this steaming loosey. Biggups to Lunatic for this burst of Hip Hop. Hailing from the inner city of Portsmouth, VA. Rob laced him with a lively loop, so the bars are certain to follow. 

I thought the only hooks were the lyrics that stick to your ribs with accurate voice projection. However, the artist does close us out with a chant shining Light for the lost. Lun throwing game at you on this tune. You gotta pay attention, it don't cost a penny. It's complementary with the record. 

One of eleven joints for the streamers presented by Rob and friends of ours. He knows what digs to hit us with and what fits the emcee. Get your copy and share. Thanks for all the support, it means a lot to me. I got no schooling for this. Look out for upcoming write-ups, God bless!



Noise Kandy 2: The Re-up / Rome Streetz

What It Sound Like?

Hope everybody is having a worthy week you deserve. Look around you, there is so much happening. One could choose whether they want to get lost in the fake reality TV folly or go for something real and positive. The All Nighters elect the real and positive. Here is a guy that chose his own destiny and it paid off. We have a return from Rome Streetz, a Brooklyn lyricist.

I had the pleasure to listen to his recent project and your boy can rhyme! True throwback to the game, has the edge and substance. Beat selection is soulfully soothing. Some of your favorite producers contributed to this symphony. Previous certified RAN appearances The Historian, Vinyl Villain and Wavy Da Ghawd. I take pleasure welcoming NCL - TM and Loman also talented producers. Last time we saw Illah Dutch here, it was his vocals with Jamal Gasol. This time, his beat does the talking. 

Rome rolls dolo from track to track with the exception of Columbian Neck Tie. A smoker with Hip Hop royals Illah Ghee and Agallah! By the song titles, his approach won't be taken lightly. Example, Dead Face Notes and Foaming Out The Mouth. Plain to see, Streetz is getting paper killing these rhymes. One of my favorite sad movies, Sonny Carson gets some dialogue placement on the final song, Piss Moet Master. Gotta dig the creativity. 

Six songs of culture. A street graduate using his past hardships as a tool in his artistry. Backgrounds sounds of loops, Boom Bap, that Golden Era feel. What I really like about Rome Streetz, his NY flavor is unsaturated. He doesn't care to do the outside distracting trends. This project already got them coming back at Bandcamp.

Be sure to get your digital version, now. Got a feeling we could expect vinyls, soon. Thank the All Nighters for all your feedback. Salutes to Sean Munoz, a master mind in this powerful movement. Blessings to you and yours from the Most High

 

Copies Can Also Be Purchased Through http://www.romestreetz.com/

Diaz Brothers – Cocareef x Onaje Jordan

What It Sound Like?

2018 is almost outta here, it's been special here at Rhyme All Night. So fast, we've covered so many hidden gems worldwide. It's been a lot of good music to keep up with, so we didn't notice the time. Our feature tonight hosts a few of those names contributed to this sped up calendar. 

After a strong campaign of looseys, Cocareef delivers the final product, Diaz Brothers. Themed with Scarface, the cult classic film movie fans crave. Select excerpts play throughout. Not far from the topic, he spits straight addiction over Onaje Jordan signature sound. The Chi-town producer dug deep in the bag, in the stash spot. Without hearing his voice, the tracks speak full of personality. 

Bar Brawl sets the album off with action. A one of a kind single previously posted here featuring the Piff Man, Jamal Gasol. Displaying his craft for the slow paced backgrounds. After they head tap those verses, we're blessed with Angel Madness. If you caught my post on Coke Beam, you know Reef had his daughter Ambishouz lovely vocals. Now we get to meet younger daughter, Wiildcat. Notice her backing the chorus. Recording artists have the coolest "Take your child to work days." Following is another single we discussed at RAN, remember Full Metal Kleptos? Coca and the surreal Killy Shoot ran off with you rapper's fans. 

 This playing field was perfect for Killy. There is a consistency for hard rhymes with melodic instrumentals. My favorite beat might be Swear To Sosa. The guitar riff is dope, that enthusiasm of Cocareef is a great pair. Our boy Deuce Hennessy of Home Team pops up with the uncut  on Stepped On Twice. A cool laid back, slick flow from the duo. Sarcastic Fuk is also a mellow vibe, he shows his lyrical side with witty rhymes.

We head to Queens for a fly verse from Fastlife. He's been appearing on top song lists of the respected. This section of the project has a jazzy feel. Reef understands layers to the music. Things start to get bumpy again with NuGround joined by Whatamess. I'm new to this artist, yet he rhymes with familiarity. Know some Florida Puerto Ricans, myself. 

You gotta dig the name Vega Arms, comfortable thinking the readers have played or know about Street Fighter. This is a deep tune, for the barflies. Opening with highly spoken about Bub Rock. They let the rhymes go with no hook. 7th Angel closes the album with a fundamental Hip Hop approach. His bonus track, U Ignorant bigs up his engineer, managing to incorporate it with the title.  Paying homage is a major part of the culture, it's what the legends did.

Salute to Jordan and Reef for this piece, and the supporting roles. From the sound you could tell why Lajik of Blackouz Rekordingz gets an engineer shout. Get your copy and share. Thank everybody for the time. God bless you and yours!



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