This is the stuff that makes me feel good. It’s the day of the compilation. Since I appreciate equity and prosperity, I love to see people work together. When I saw the promo posts I was excited for the outcome. There’s some heads I was already cool with, plus some that I met from the creation of this project.
Biggups to Miami, FL stationed producer, Br00tal Productions. He assembled a fleet of spittas for a Hip Hop contribution. All beats laced by Br00tal with a dope variety. You get an opportunity to hear his range. Peep the roster selected by the visionary.
It pops off with a deep artist I worked with, Dot-com Intelligence, plus L-Biz, and Speedie Da Icon. The emcees’ alerting message is delivered with a harmonizing hook, a bold route not often taking in this circuit. An interesting twist follows with back to back joints titled the same. These tunes consist of the artists Black Taurus and Cold Blues.
Hog Pullock and Trpl-Z join up for a duo to bring that aggression. Midway, we get spoken word influence from Phantom Legs. Gratefully, I also appear on this album freeing the mind. Following is some poetics from Chelly Peyrefitte. The Boom Bap sax is vocalized by Lord Natural with raw perspective. The next song introduced me to a Hip Hop family. Check the cadenced bars from Kcirrem, Sonny Blanco, and Ray Swoope. Then, this project wraps up with another one from Trpl-Z to carry us out.
Br00tal allows the artists to shine, as they all brought something special to the gathering. You get a variety of angles in this Hip Hop presentation. I also like the interludes of instrumentals crafted by the alter ego, Gordon Gekko. I’m always honored to be included in someone’s work of art. Get your piece at Bandcamp. Be sure to grab the chrome plated cassettes, too. Thanks for always supporting. Blessings from the Almighty to all!
Let’s keep that energy going, the emcees define our site title. More heat for you tonight from producer Rob Deniro. For good reason, his tracks are popular in our posts. You don’t need me to explain why he’s so loopy in the circuit.
Another familiar RAN affiliate gracing us isKilly Shoot, The Main South official. Mellow flow decorated with knowledge. Always stepping up level of play, he paints a graphic picture with the mic passed to him by Supreme Cerebral. Hosting the bang out, Cerebral spit that combination of live vocals and content. The Cali lyricist keeps it so Hip Hop with aggression and wit. The smoke in clears in Baltimore with Jay Royal, a sharp penman. Wordplay comes to no confusion for Jay. Kept his bars high through the clever delivery.
No man sounds alike, something we honor in Hip Hop. Each one compliments the sounds of Mr Deniro. Impressive how such a soft chord creates a banger like this. The tune is tuff and the Sativa heads will appreciate this melodic vibe.
You know your way to SoundCloud, let’s show support. Thank you, thus far, always appreciated. Peace to the All Nighters, God bless!
There seems to be a challenge going on that I’m late to finding out about. I almost get the chance to be a total spectator, since this is between producers. The writer in me won’t leave it alone, though. The first version I had the luxury to hear is from Robert Deniro. Cool when the future legends hit you with exclusives.
When I opened the link, I heard a joint I thought was completely official. I was ready to send off the cigars and champagne bottles. Rob got a winner with his mix. The keys are moving over a marching snare. This melody is on replay in my head. Hus Kingpin vocals are right in the paint. He’s not far away from hearing it, if he hasn’t already. The All Nighters would agree with me, Hus and Rob got a banger waiting on them.
Say less, tag these artists with the song link. We support each other in this movement, we see everybody eat. The fans show heart-felt support, thank you. May the Lord keep blessing you!
I’m sure people go to school and dump resumes for countless hours to have this kind of reception. Can’t express how fortunate I am to be here. Between the rhyming and blogging, valued links have been established. With that said, shouts to K.Burns for calling the right plays at the right time. An emcee himself, yet won’t hesitate to feed his brethren. He put me on to a young spitta out Ruston.
Yes, Louisiana has a strong history of talented rappers, 318CHA$E adds to that list tonight. The artist made his way to BK to shoot a grassroots vid, no green screen! It’s all good we like green screens over here. It’s something about being in that natural environment,though. There’s nothing like it. You could still find some fly digi effects in spots that blend right. Take notice to the midpoint, where they transition to behind the scene footage of their recent show at Bushwick Public House.
I feel the content, easily having that spiritual connection. Mentioning how he relies on the Lord through situations. It’s a one verser, but to the point. This what we call Ghetto Gospel. CHA$E glides over the boom bap track giving the song an element that helps him stand out. Time is doing him well, as he continues to tour and drop new heat. After watching this, click subscribe.
I continue to thank the supporters, in all that you do. Especially those rare dimes that like underground rap! Biggups to TFMG, keep that work flowing. Leave your reactions in the comment section. Yahweh blessing…
We meet the middle of the week with goals for the weekend. Keeping us entertained on the way there is a familiar All Nighter who gets the job done. Welcome back Mercedez Miller, a royal return.
Tonight we get into an artist that writes her own lines, records her own tracks over beats of her own. This particular beat is monstrous, one can't help but feel Superior. She continues to reign with slick bars, original flow, and prowess.
Mercedez sound is so unique with diverse musical influences. She kept a subtle approach to her recent hit, as the rhymes creep up on you. The hook is easy to sing along to, find yourself humming it later! This is a dope single to a promising upcoming mixtape. Of course, you must hear for yourself. I got you covered.