Life – Lughz x Eifelgangsta


What It Sound Like?


One thing or mad things I've always loved is international flavor. Whether food, women, or travel especially. At times travel is a luxury, thank God for music. That connector of continents, distance is shortened by a simple song. Someone on the other side of the world relates to your story. 

  Get your passports ready for a Europe trip. Picture an emcee out of London from a Nigerian household. Would you expect M.E.T.H.O.D Man to be what he was listening to as a kid? That was the introduction for Lughz to Hip Hop. Now wrap your head around this Punk Rock artists breaking grounds with his band from Germany. Decades of wild  experiences and a great ear for music would lead Eifelgangsta into Hip Hop. Now, recognized as transcending producer.

These individuals were drawn by the same interests, now before you at Rhyme All Night. Lughz gets into a sensitive topic while the harmonies of Eifel bring warmth to a winter chill. Sadly enough, we could relate to the loss of a loved one. Whether they were under that sheet or the one being put away behind bars, it's never easy. The content is direct, your placed right in the scene, as it's narrated. Between the track and lyrics, pain is transferred from artist to listener. 

Vocals stand out with an Eastern accent and East Coast delivery, works well over the fly sounds of Eifelgangsta from scratch. Enjoy this free preview, before the official release tomorrow. Thanks for stopping through. Blessings from Yaweh!


  1. Life (Beat By Eifelgangsta) Lughz 4:30

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. 

Never – King Nasty x Rob Deniro x Icelord x Lil Eto

What It Sound Like? 

You came to the right place at the right time. We're still in the heart of the underground uprising. Here at RAN, you stay connected while careers take off. Tonight is a returning cast, all emcees that previously had write-ups here. Including our producer of the project, Robert Deniro a familiar talent to our fans. After the chemistry on Mean Streets, him and King Nasty drew up with a play of their own.

You should also remember Icelord from that same collaboration. Tonight he popped up with Lil Eto of New Crack Era. They continue to lay down the independent blueprint.  Once Rob cheffed up this gritty background, slow paced and raw. The emcees had no choice, but to head tap the track! Some call it G checking, I just call things how they are. That's exactly what they did with this tune. Calling out the audio gangstas, as the artists spit authentic bars. Each voice stands out with styles that can't be mirrored, while the content speaks for itself.

This is only one of the smokers off the Drugs album, including more guest appearances you love. Slide to Bandcamp, stream and buy the brand new project by Nasty and Rob! We know it's a go. Thank everybody for the love you been sending. I pray Most High blessing for the heads that keep this going.

If Cocaine Could Talk 3 – RJ Payne

What It Sound Like?

While you pile up on those holiday extras, I’m here to make sure you take in some substance. Despite the title, there will be no illegal plays or deadly addictions dealt here. It’s the hustle, aspiration, lethal content RJ Payne refers to as this high end product. Happens to be one of the most sought after products in the street, plus corporate. The artist proceeds to metaphorically describe himself as such. Plenty rappers aim to get brick prices for their verse, so it’s easy to relate to.

Making a pleasant return, RJ blesses All Nighters with a follow up album. With his third investment in the ICCT series, he made a bigger impact. This piece attracted star cameos we’re glad to hear from. From Philly-Hip Hop staple, Tracey Lee, Griselda Records own Westside Gunn, Paul Caine from Desert Storm and the lyrical Elzhi. Some powerful spoken word from Lady Lioness of Urban Poetics. One tune features Big Twins of Infamous Mobb, produced by DJ Skizz  (World Music Group). Might be the more sensitive joint on the album, I believe it’s the only one with a hook. The rest are straight bars of Payne!

Other well selected producers are FonkStarr of Crummie Beats from Virginia. Four Limbs across the pond in the UK, the Brooklyn producer Asethic with souls sounds. Another out of  BK is Stan Da Man,made hits for a long list of spittas. The closing track was brought yo you by P.A. Dre, all heavyweights. 

You have to appreciate How Payne is able to display different angles of rap. He has bars, beat selection, flows, professionalism, and something for the gutter. Easy to notice the hard effort put in to achieve this lyrical awareness. This is a fun listen with plenty of “You heard what he saids?” The free listen link is available at YouTube, still purchase your copy of this powerful series. The love is spreading more each day, I appreciate you joining me. Blessings of the Most High to all readers.

Garlic Wings – The Musalini X Risktaker P

What It Sound Like?

This week is still rolling with fly tunes. So many to get to, so little time. Fortunately, tonight I’m able to mention an artist I have been wanting to introduce All Nighters to. From Washington Heights, NY, The Musalini has been expanding his travels through music. He has that classic hustle that all our topics share. Creative ways of pushing his merch, and constantly throwing pop-ups!

His popularity with the streamers has been existent, leading to biggups from large names in the business. For one to take notice of the likes of Roc Marciano, his content is usually hard body. This approach happens to be more subtle, yet just as dope. Garlic Wings talks to the ladies, something our site could use, for a change. Jo$e Cienfuego$ got a smooth sax over the one-drop drum pattern. Makes you wanna scoop lil mama right up. Then, Risktaker P knows what to sing and how to sing it. That hooked gets tattooed on the brain.

Mus  ain’t to be taken light for the softer tone single. He still gives it up from a goon’s perspective. More of the hard joints could be found on the latest album, MSG. A project that sounds promising. For now, click away on this link and pull shorty close. 

Than you to everybody checking for the write-ups. Artists, fans, bloggers and all in between. The kind words mean a lot to me. I only want the best my people, God bless!

 

 

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