What It Sound lt Like?
I hope everyone is stuffed well with meals. Now, make some more room for these goods! Tonight is about indulging, like kings. IKING, in fact. Stemming from two potent appearances by Lupus Dei on album Holy Hands by General Back Pain. The Jesrey-Cali conduit knew the chemistry would lead to a sequel.
It was such a smooth connection, one of the new titles plays off the previous EP. Holy Land is just one out of the pack filled with original lyrics and flows. Safe to say, no one is sounding like this. The contrast in voice tones have a genius result. They each possess grown-man bars over a prestige beat selection.
The entire track list was produced by Matthew Godfather, The Historian and Vinny Knuckles. Pure sounds of authentic Hip Hop from song to song. These instrumentals sound as if they are telling stories, themselves. Add emcees as such, you got a project of poise. Actually, the duo compliments the piece with minor acting. Just enough to complete an effective interlude.
This is a well put together album, lyrics, beats, content, and personality. It’s really for all ages, there is always a line to relate to. Let alone, my four year old recognized one of the rapper’s voices. So, it has the skills for adults with simplicity for family of any age. I, personally can’t wait for them to put this or another joint in the stores. As for now, show your support at SoundCloud. Thank you to all visitors, return viewers included! Your reactions keep this going. Blessing from the Most High!
What It Sound Like?
The streak continues with a vet who’s new to Rhyme All Night. There’s always something recognizable when a Harlem cat is in the room. I take pleasure in welcoming Money Stacks aboard. I don’t know if it’s a Queens things, but me and my family always had good chemistry with heads from the Uptown area.
Right away, I get a good feeling from this tune. The Boom Bap is constant, while melodic keys lay around. Casso Beats knows how make the listener feel the track! I’m feeling the controlled blend of smoothness while maintaining energy.
To build the level of quality, Timi repeats the title over the soft-touch chorus. Kinda gives me of a Kool G. Rap vibe, it’s a fly hustler’s joint. Stacks delivers in the pocket with his sling raps making it look easy. Though, this tune is for the streets, the artist shows and proves. He has substance, no recycled drug bars.
The lyrical content is consistent, plus he puts life in rhyme perspective, casually. Midnight Blues is comforting in the struggle and inspirational to keep pushing. A song that makes you want to hear more. You could find more at SoundCloud, as well as moneystacksmedia.com
What It Sound Like?
Tonight’s video is a shortee that makes up for time with pure quality!
I’m pleased to write about the artists involved in our feature. The emcee is heavily rooted in Hip Hop culture, with a track record deserving of a documentary. Philly representative, RJ Payne holds no punches back. My first time hearing him was over a decade ago. He destroyed rappers in front an MTV audience. Long story short, he was robbed of a championship title and potential record deal. After a particular producer of interest heard him spit, he chose to work with RJ despite the decision of Viacom. An undying desire kept him going, eventually receiving honorable mentions by Black Thought.
Stepping into the present, Payne picks up a monster instrumental from Robert Denir0. A big look for both, Robert has a waiting list of rappers wanting tracks from him. So, it’s an ideal scenario for a veteran recording artist. This meeting of talent will propel RJ further than he already is.
If you have eyesight, you gotta dig the visuals! 4KHD organic back block footage of Philly. Montana Grammar sets the tone for funeral music for the weak rappers out there. The horns in the background, dark Chevy truck creeping solidify the burial.
We’re blessed to witness the first official video with a Denir0 beat. Which happens to be with a well accomplished rapper. I won’t take up more of your time, thanks for coming through. Bless all from the Most High. Show your support and enjoy the brand new video!
What It Sound Like?
Sounds of the underground! Really hard to ignore when it is more entertaining than mainstream media. We’re in a rare era of time, the student becomes teacher. I’m happy to be a part of it. Whether writing about a song or writing one, myself.
You will enjoy some of that driving force tonight. We have a line up that has been drawing the crowds in, lately. This soul symphony laid by Onaje Jordan is the ultimate score for violent movie scenes. As he blesses us with a preview to The Diaz Brothers compilation.
Breaking the first Hennessy bottle in the Bar Brawl, is Jamal Gasol keeping it all the way Mr 31! Never neglecting the struggle and progress from it. Watching his back, we have multi faceted, Cocareef brought that pressure with hard lines and limitless enthusiasm.
The student of the game that am, I dig how the artists flipped a fight term into music. Many use their talents to get away from a certain environment. So, I appreciate the metaphor used with this title. This is only one of the many bangers on the upcoming Diaz Brothers! Support the team at Bandcamp, YouTube, and all other digital stores. Can’t thank you enough for coming through. Blessings from the Most High to you and yours!