The Art Of The Sword – Robert Dinero x Postman L

 

What It Sound Like?

I hope all is well with my peoples. If not, we will cheer  you up with  music. The joint  I  have  for  you  sounds  like  a movie. That's how  dramatic the  track is. Of course,  one of you will tell me the sample is  from a film. We have a familiar face, as well as a new one. Creator of  this  monster  is  Robert  Dinero. He  introduces us to Postman L.

Hailing from Cape Town, South Africa, the emcee has a  lot to say. Everything is sharp about this tune. From title,  track, bars, even the artist's  voice is  edgy.  Though, Postman is from the eastern world, his Hip Hop  influence  is of  the East Coast (USA).  This is  bars  and reality, show and prove. If  you see the the translator avatar on our page, you'll see we're all about international links.

True teamwork on this tune. A very open instrumental, uncluttered for the emcee to be recognized, as well. The conscience of faith, and pen referral draw me in. The boom bap drums leave you with a soar neck. Let somebody see your purchase n the live feed at Bandcamp! Peace to all, the love has been real. Blessings  from the Most High!  

 

Hourglass – Borvoe McMidnite

What It Sound Like?

It was such a busy weekend for music, I didn't even catch the Leo Santa Cruz match. At least I could pull up the  replay. Kids have no clue what  it was  like before  that  capability. If you  missed something  on television,  you missed it. As  we  speak  of  that  era,  I  got  an emcee with the glow  from that time period. 

Tonight we get those Bay Area vibes from a special  emcee, Borvoe  McMidnite.  I've  heard a  lot  about  San  Francisco, as well as Oakland. It's cool to get the game  from a native. An excellent beat selector, our audience will certainly dig the production  ΔMofNRP.  Wailing  sample and boom bap drums. What more can you  ask for?

Lyrics, of course! Yes, Borvoe has them. His bars have layers, full of depth. He Spits an open verse with no hook to a simlistic, effective video. The star and only cast member is dim-lit treatment by Ann Tien. Basically, making things easier to focus on the artist.

This is a positive tune with spiritual guidance. Peep the line, "My point was proven six times like David." Nice line that involves creativity  and  conscious.  Enjoy  the  clear delivery, words put  together  so nonchalant. Be  sure to spin this vid at YouTube and  share like it's  yours. Already a pick on the Sun Tzu list. 

Thanks for all the follows, comments, plus sharing you  have doing for  the  site.  I  deeply  appreciate  it.  I'm glad to be a service to the culture. I  keep the readers in my prayers, Most High praises! 

Focused – Confucious x Grizzy Green

What It Sound Like?

Peace and love to all my people  out there. This  section  of  the  site  is  becoming what I  envisioned a couple years back. A home for the gifted, but undervalued by media. It also gets respect by those necessary.  I  don't only thank  you for  listening to my opinion,  thank  you  for  supporting each other, as well. That unity is key.

Let's give that same welcome to Confucious out of  Newark, NJ. No need to tuck your chains,  he's passing  out  jewelry on his new album. I had to bring  you one  of my favorites from King And Da Pope  called Focused.  I first caught notice of Fu lyrical ability on short video clips  through IG. His song structure is just as impressive, possibly more.

 Dramatic guitar riff behind snares that sound like the  drummer is  present. Way to get production respect by Grizzy Green Beats! This  tune is so complete, hook melodic as the instruments. Fu is a part of the Bar Gods by no accident. His lines land percise while remaining realistic. "I'ma have things sized up less than five months/ Watch how I raise the bar like a high jump" His alliteration will raise the radar of Rap Seminar.

The replay stock is up, it will do you good, anyway.  He  has plenty  bars to keep up with. I was torn choosing a  song to post, KADP  is  an album for our kind.  Pick  your platform, go get this piece in your audio library! Thank  you for continued support.  May your  worries  go  away. Jah Bless!

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