The Oath – Jamal Gasol x Wavy Da Ghawd

What It Sound Like?

Time to get up with one of our Featured Artists again, what a journey. We've been seeing a lot of Jamal Gasol in the past couple years. Glad I've had the opportunity to cover his musical grind at an early stage.  Plus, an early stage for my underground write-ups. 

Staying busy with guest appearances, albums of his own, pop-ups, and guess what?   Mr 31 landed a spot with fellow Piff teammate, John Creasy on Rap Is Outta Control. Happens to be one the flyest Hip Hop shows on Shade 45, hosted by DJ Eclipse and DJ Riz. They roasted the session in the midst of legend, Masta Ace!

Jamal got an inferno track from Brooklyn based producer, Wavy Da Ghawd and went to work. The keys and drums alternate never overstaying its welcome. Gasol uses each section of the beat, as he matches with flow. Content is still improving, I like how he pointed out what people call "Freestyles". He bars out for the remainder, no hook needed. Enjoy this loosey, usually means an album is on the way. 

Jamal and Wavy reconnect for a banga! This is free at SoundCloud, so get stream crazy. Thank you for your company and responses. May the Most High bless you and yours. 

Diaz Brothers – Cocareef x Onaje Jordan

What It Sound Like?

2018 is almost outta here, it's been special here at Rhyme All Night. So fast, we've covered so many hidden gems worldwide. It's been a lot of good music to keep up with, so we didn't notice the time. Our feature tonight hosts a few of those names contributed to this sped up calendar. 

After a strong campaign of looseys, Cocareef delivers the final product, Diaz Brothers. Themed with Scarface, the cult classic film movie fans crave. Select excerpts play throughout. Not far from the topic, he spits straight addiction over Onaje Jordan signature sound. The Chi-town producer dug deep in the bag, in the stash spot. Without hearing his voice, the tracks speak full of personality. 

Bar Brawl sets the album off with action. A one of a kind single previously posted here featuring the Piff Man, Jamal Gasol. Displaying his craft for the slow paced backgrounds. After they head tap those verses, we're blessed with Angel Madness. If you caught my post on Coke Beam, you know Reef had his daughter Ambishouz lovely vocals. Now we get to meet younger daughter, Wiildcat. Notice her backing the chorus. Recording artists have the coolest "Take your child to work days." Following is another single we discussed at RAN, remember Full Metal Kleptos? Coca and the surreal Killy Shoot ran off with you rapper's fans. 

 This playing field was perfect for Killy. There is a consistency for hard rhymes with melodic instrumentals. My favorite beat might be Swear To Sosa. The guitar riff is dope, that enthusiasm of Cocareef is a great pair. Our boy Deuce Hennessy of Home Team pops up with the uncut  on Stepped On Twice. A cool laid back, slick flow from the duo. Sarcastic Fuk is also a mellow vibe, he shows his lyrical side with witty rhymes.

We head to Queens for a fly verse from Fastlife. He's been appearing on top song lists of the respected. This section of the project has a jazzy feel. Reef understands layers to the music. Things start to get bumpy again with NuGround joined by Whatamess. I'm new to this artist, yet he rhymes with familiarity. Know some Florida Puerto Ricans, myself. 

You gotta dig the name Vega Arms, comfortable thinking the readers have played or know about Street Fighter. This is a deep tune, for the barflies. Opening with highly spoken about Bub Rock. They let the rhymes go with no hook. 7th Angel closes the album with a fundamental Hip Hop approach. His bonus track, U Ignorant bigs up his engineer, managing to incorporate it with the title.  Paying homage is a major part of the culture, it's what the legends did.

Salute to Jordan and Reef for this piece, and the supporting roles. From the sound you could tell why Lajik of Blackouz Rekordingz gets an engineer shout. Get your copy and share. Thank everybody for the time. God bless you and yours!



Give Up The Goods (2K18) – Jamal Gasol Ft Rome Streetz

What It Sound Like?

Bringing the compact week to a close, there is one thing we are all ready for... Piff!

Our featured supplier Jamal Gasol returns connecting with Rome Streetz. An underground tyrant you can find ripping up freestyles on Rap Is Outta Control of Shade 45. Both rappers have had songs played by our Hip Hop admiral, DJ Eclipse. Tonight we're left with a Mobb Deep reminiscent instrumental touched by Camoflauge Monk. Despite his name, the signature is noticeable.

Our emcees bare their stripes on each sleeve bouncing off each other's energy. Strong lyrical content in both verses, and gritty enough for Infamous to oblige. It has only been a few days since Gasol published It's A Dirty Game, an EP joined by Lil Eto. Whether album or loosie, he stays busy releasing something for us to ride to.

GUTG 2K18  represents the force being brought in this reality rap wave. Jamal & Rome are here demanding what's their's. If you're reading this, you already like the song. This tribute to Prodigy is   one of the smokers on Clock'N that debuted in the summer. Log onto Bandcamp and pick up your copy. Show support for each artist, check for upcoming work. They're cooking up new heat as I type this.

You know I appreciate your company and feedback. Big thanks to the visitors worldwide, Yahweh bless you an yours!

Eyes On The Prize – Jamal Gasol

What It Sound Like?

Tonight we got something special. I’m not much for celebrating holidays, that don’t mean we can’t get spooky! Hip Hop is all around, can’t get enough of the sounds of the underground. I’m always proud to see our featured artist at work. Jamal Gasol drops an appetizer to the brand new release of his EP split with Lil Eto. Eyez On The Prize brings you raw visuals with a subtle touch. Each scene represents an attachment to the hustle. From the scaffolds to the stoop. As you can see, it’s hoodie weather. 

So, Gasol delivers just how cold the streets could get, with an even chillier flow. One of the known beat selectors, his producer of choice this time, happens to be VDon. Yes, you’ve seen the name, you’ve heard the buzz. His tracks are sought after by some of the biggest market movers in our realm. He already knows what an artist is listening for, so the beats stand out. 

I hope no one gets bored of relative success stories. I can’t bring you the top athlete in the country, nor could I tell you the next crypto currency spike. When it comes to Hip Hop and urban culture, I relate more to that. The situations Jamal explains are something plenty of us know about, hands-on. The humble spirit I am, I’d rather biggup the next person, than to hate. Salute to Mr 31, VDon, as well as Eto. It’s A Dirty Game sounds like another promising project!

Watch the vid below and be sure to go to jamalgasol.com to pick up your copy of the new album. Thank you for passing through, always welcome. Follow a blog you like, add the site to your bookmarks and favorites. Blessings from the Most High to you and yours!

Bar Brawl – Onaje Jordan X Jamal Gasol X Cocareef

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!

 

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