Since there's so much going on, tonight's title speaks volume. Who doesn't know someone they vested time in, who wasn't deserving?
Perhaps, your child was born while you did a bid. The scenarios are endless, readers get the point. It's a touchy subject, #GMGBiggRound is never afraid of a little tension. The surreal emcee is still rocking with JaeRocTheTracka and they dropped off the new visuals.
BiggRound grabbed a winner from producer, TnTXD. Organic melody with traces of instruments used in praise songs. Heartfelt lyrics are poured out on this track, well suited for the scenery. It looks as if the artist has some kind of past connection with the home or street in the treatment.
Watching the vid while listening to each word, it puts you on the porch with him. The homies at Good Music Gang made this easy for us at YouTube. Show some love, leave a reaction. I'm always grateful for the support from the All Nighters. Yeshua blessings!
Get your coats ready, we're going into the cold. The past few months I've been seeing this sweet- looking young lady on the scene more often. Likes and comments on posts of artists I am now familiar with. Honestly, I thought she was just your ordinary kind, spectator.
Little did I know, this petite package is mean on the keys. Saginaw, MI has a jewel of a producer know as That Blessed Girl. I checked more beats after I received this song she produced with emcee, Sam Poetry. She got the Boom-bap sound under control. Her Niagara running mate takes off with bars. Sam spits vintage Golden Era lines with demeanor to match. Brings that good, backpack rap feel.
These two are onto something, would look forward to them continuing to build together. Sources say he is working on his debut EP, Poetry On Mars. Look out for that, wouldn't be surprised to hear more tracks from That Blessed Girl on there. Be sure to listen her beats for consideration when recording upcoming pieces.
Get your Snowy Nights streams for no cost at SoundCloud. All the readers, rappers, bloggers, singers, producers, etc have been big supporters. I always want you to know I'm grateful. Blessings from the Most High!
Time to reopen our doors to someone who impressed us with bold creative artwork. You saw what he can do on Galesi Brescia, added to our wall last year. We're glad to have another piece from Mr Yellow Balaclava. After his project with Robert Deniro, the follow up features beats by Kheyzine. A transcending producer based in France. I love the international connection, so far.
UK, France, and USA brought together by Hip Hop. Interesting to hear the Boom Bap influence out of Europe. Slickster, Bless Picasso spits over the triumphant instrumental to set off the album. Things get a bit more dramatic during Castro's Reject, a gritty solo by Mav Montana. That money motivator comes along with a another visit from Lunatic. Lun, General Get Cake, and Stuck B break bread on Manny.
Following an English verse by Reindeer, we have some French rap dialect flipped by Bonkar Jones and D.I Barbes Clan. The dynamics keep increasing, right? To further feed your entertainment factor, drops by Lupus Dei, Killy Shoot, and General Back Pain. Three poplulars at RAN of 2018. Experience vibes from singles to game time, outside. Tony is mostly a hardcore, Boom-bap project. Includes the right amount humility for balance.
Salutes to this international team, get your version at Bandcamp. Thank you, all supporters. May the Lord keep blessing you!
This can't wait any longer, it's a Hometeam thing, and I warned ya! While heads got gassed by the media attempts to separate our rap community with regional sub-titles I listened to all sections. My ear was groomed early by the authentic sound of Rappin 4-Tay Dru Down, Hieroglyphics, list goes on. Our topic tonight is slick as sleet, General Back Pain is throwback to the names prior.
The signature designed flow glides along Chuck Chan aligned tracks. The samples are from retros with variety, including pieces from old spirituals. Chuck keeps his digs in a lane remaining outside the ordinary. You'll even find him exercising his lyrical skills on Crenshaw & Imperial. Track so hard, I don't blame him. IKing partner, Lupus Dei also inks a feature on Golden Flows. Trading fire verses over a melodic overseas extract.
GBP gave you the organic Inglewood welcome with audio from the natives speaking on real life events. His familiar personality puts you court side of the action. Yet, the lines in songs like Monster Kody and Lo are nothing common. "I don't take my socks off when I hit it." Hip Hop is a match of proving invincibility, gotta have room for humor. Pain raps it up with a satellite radio approach. LOTU has bars for spittas, light drums, and a wavy chorus.
Listeners get to know GBP with Lo at SoundCloud. Chuck Chan production, you can't go wrong. Thanks for supporting the artists and RAN. God bless you!
The past weekend is still on my mind. I don't do the partying I used to do, but I ain't retired. You grow up listening to DJ's and hit music on the radio. We develop a certain admiration for it. Fast forward to the present, in the club with a major disc jockey. Should I mention, in their very own VIP section?
That was the scene Sunday Night with Mr Cooper, and Glam Boss at The Loft in the Downtown, Palm Beach area. After a busy day, World Famous DJ Epps popped out to put on an event! In the club environment Epps doesn't have those FCC restrictions during prime time at Beatz 96.3 FM. He had the spot rockin to Hip Hop, Dancehall, and R&B joints. Warming it up for that Trap And B wave. What better time for a local Rhythm & Blues artist's single to be played?
I appreciated the courtesy of being the main VIP, but I'm the type to touch the floor anyway. I gotta vibe with that energy. I saw other DJ's, more local stars, and upcoming artists. They all were showing love for Coop. Some of the flyest ladies i never saw around the way came out. Some were there from other cities. Despite that, my bro keeps it 1000 with his Mrs, who held her king down through the night. She's the lady that received his attention.
Since we're on the subject of the ladies. You need to go see the Queen for you twists, dreads, etc. Check locqueenv for info. More business connections were made with the Glam Boss and gorgeous ladies in the building. They recognized her for the work she puts in with the hair industry, beauty, plus business in general.
We thought the scene was coming to an end when No Mercy closed the club, that only brought on the picture requests and contact exchanges. Coop left a lasting impression with his song and presence. DJ Epps put on a major show. So, listen out for him at the station, Beatz 96.3 shout him out.
As you can see, No Mercy is still circulating, get your copy if you haven't as yet. Thanks again for stopping through, I got some media from Mr Cooper and Siobahn Nicole at the Coruscation House for you. Stay tuned, blessing from the Most High!