The Corner Store – Supreme Allah X Solomon Childs

What It Sound Like?

Warning: This post contains raw Hip Hop, known to cause nausea and fear to weak emcees.

I stuck my hand into the Wu Tang Killa Beehive for this one, came out with Yellow Jackets.  I’m proud to type about the combined lyrics from Supreme Allah and Solomon Childs. We got the Wingz Up all around here, getting Theodore Unit involved. These are some of the hardest workers bridging the underground and mainstream Hip Hop. That energy is expressed right away when you hear choir sample just before the drums drop.

Feel the pain in the jagged voice of Childs setting off the slaughter. Darts spray fully-auto like a Gatling gun. Right around the corner, he’s followed up by a magnetic verse from Supreme! The bar he set won’t be reached by imposters. These two artists handled the track like rap titans. Nomolos The Beat Baptist blessed it with high favor, our kinda producer at RAN.

The Corner Store is a banger with replay value, plus a title we could relate to. It is a dope song, as well as a place I attended often. Some of the readers, already get huge support from Supreme, I’m asking you to return the favor for him. Get to your favorite digital music store and buy and/or stream this tune. Be sure to listen to Yellow Jacket Friend Of The Killa Beez.

I can’t get tired of your support and feedback for RAN. Thanks for passing through, explore the site, see what sections you like. Peace and God bless the All Nighters!

 

 

Mean Streets – Robert Deniro & Won87

What It Sound Like?

I was riding through the southern counties of the Sunshine State, locals refer to it as Gunshine. Nonetheless, I had the right soundtrack for my commute. Road through some nice streets, as well as some Mean Streets.

These two mad scientists of producers hit the lab and came out with some explosive ingredients! Won87 and Robert Deniro trade loops over this memorable EP. The beats keep up with the soundtrack theme, as you hear excerpts from the classic gangsta scenes. The duo keep it funky with samples, keys, strings, and percussion.

The round up performing over these tracks is a group I would put one in the air with. Ice Lord sets it off painting his picture with a war paint brush. His laid back, aggressive style suits well for the following tag team. Jamal Gasol plus Lord Juco equal professional results. It only makes sense, this project leaves no room for sloppiness.

You've been hearing John Creasy make a name for himself, which is exactly why he appears with FastLife. Their recent solo pieces are being talked about as we speak. Continuing the strength in numbers route is King Nasty and ChavaStyle. They happen to in a sunny area, also. From the sound of their vivid lyrics, you could tell there was a lot of rain. Closing this project with force had to be Killy Shoot. With the poise in his rhyme, this is one of his strongest feats to date. 

Salute to Rob and Won on a job well done. Each beat is one I could see myself rapping on. Everyone reading this knows their way to Sound Cloud. Keep in mind, these artists worked hard, spending their own funds. plus taking risks to achieve this. Show your financial support with your favorite online store. I will point you in good direction with a Google Play link.  Thanks for passing through, again. God bless to all!

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Mean Streets - Robert Deniro & Won87

Spitta Season – King Merlino

What It Sound Like?

Kids are going back to school, travelers are gassing up. It looks like that season again, Spitta Season. After seeds well planted of a previous mix tape release. The now crowned, King Merlino distributes his single through your favorite online stores.

Previously, I had the luxury of doing a write-up on the entire project, tonight we focus solely on the single. Soon as the intro is heard, the audience anticipates a bang. Whoever guessed so, was right. That is exactly what the audience gets from this track. I wish I had a clever way to biggup the producer of this action packed beat. However, like the age of Wolverine, the source remains unknown.

Nonetheless, that doesn't detour Merlino from ripping through the line up. I'm so glad people are listening to rhymes again. He has the bars to keep you from snoozing. That's right, I recommend this real Hip Hop for all who need to stay up. Spectators, the pressed for time, and especially you truck drivers. 

The aggressive flow with lyrics that appear so well thought out. After listening to this artist, you too will recognize he does it so natural. Each reader has your option of which store to pick up the new released, Spitta Season. Which is your favorite?

God bless!

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No Mercy – Mr Cooper

What It Sound Like?

Tonight, we slow it down, you're gonna like it. Could say that about all posts, I think you will appreciate the R&B switch up. In which, this artist refers to as, Trap & B.

Mr Cooper is multi talented. From acting, singing, as well as podcast hosting. It was alongside Coop, when I originally heard tonight's title. We worked with a mutual friend and DJ, who aired the single on a previous web radio station.

Displaying his vocal gift on No Mercy is timeless, as Mr Cooper releases the hit on all major platforms. Yes, the lyrics are highly adulterated. However, this tune was written for a particular woman of interest. Pretty sure she was eager to show appreciation.

You know i must salute Drum'n Skillz for this car crashing tracking. Got the right energy to get you lit, yet smooth enough to keep your cool.

Ladies, this one is for you. This will make you feel sexy.  We already know you are, just a reminder. 

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Project Black – StarrBux

It was a great week for Hip Hop!

From huge releases, rapper explaining himself in mid-battle. Plus, our hometeam artist, StarrBux loaded the stores up with his new album.

With the cover, you already know StarrBux is on a new level. Not only did he invest in himself for the artwork. The rhymes are money in the bank. He always entertains with that young-boy flow, never mumbling.

The artist does it over beats of heavy percussion, as well smoother instrumentals. Mostly solo, besides the fire verse from Benrich. I feel it has sounds for everybody. We are familiar with singles like Phone Call, Trust No Hoes, including So Long. The other tracks cover a lot, he gets really deep during Something Gotta Give. I enjoy the variety from this project, I know you will too!

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