Summer Slamm ’88 Freestyle – Ty Da Dale

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Got another one for you out of the art gallery!

Lines, lines, and more lines is what you get from Ty Da Dale. Some of the most clever ways to put them, too. The Castle Hill HEIST continues with this slick sixteen. Ty let’s the streets have it with his take no prisoners, type flow over Summer Slamm ’88 instrumental. Never shy to show his rough edges. Based on a bar from the verse, being cool with his right hand is not enough for your safety.

This is a fun joint to listen to. It’s hard, it’s witty, got the content we enjoy. The artist undoubtedly served this remix justice! Perfect timing with the follow up to his recent solo project, Tokyo Drip. Anybody with a soul has to respect the hustle and achievement of Dale. Him and his team are doing something similar to WU Tang in the 90’s. The Asian fan base is steady increasing. This is without a major company backing them. So respect the HEIST.

Pop out to Sound Cloud for the free stream tonight. Do visit Band Camp and make some purchases in his store, also. You will have that music you’re missing.

Thanks to everybody stopping through. The company is always appreciated, including your support. God bless.

Live Today – Sage Infinite x Robert Deniro

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Found a gift in my messages and I must share it with you!

Being able to witness and be a part of the healing in Hip hop is special. So, tonight we have some RAN favorites, Sage Infinite builds with Robert Deniro. They made the ultimate tune heading into Autumn. I don't think I ever said this, they made dope Autumn Music. Sage keeps the evils away with his purity. Such a recognizable charisma. We know a certain bar is set for Deniro tracks.

Rob has a short riff on top of bass keys looping just enough times, never repetitive. You will hear the vocal sample lay right in pocket. Listen to the jewels being dropped on song. I really like the defense of culture the artist's lyrics. Overall, the track has replay value. That's important to the real listeners. For now, everyone is able stream for free at Sound Cloud. Do that while you can, be sure to support their music in the major platforms, as well. 

Thanks to all for passing through, along with all your positive feedback. God bless!

 

No Heart Anthony – Mak P X Quis Star

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Continuing this musical dream I don't want to wake from. Day after day, week after week you keep giving me good tunes to type about. 

Our recording artist is new to Rhyme All Night, not new to the mic. Mak P is a young Baltimore spitta with an old soul. Hear the aggression while his edgy lines rapidly land. 

A RAN favorite cooked up the sounds in the background. Salute to Quis Star for the harmonic sample. He always comes through with the neck breakers. 

No Heart Anthony is a hard one-verser to give you a piece of the catalog. Mak is eager to bring you more heat on the way. Check this joint on Sound Cloud for free. Thanks for breaking from your schedule to come here. God bless to all!

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Welcome To Inglewood – General Back Pain Ft Supreme Allah

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Independent music is at one the strongest points yet. The past few weeks have been proving consecutively. General Back Pain keeps that energy steaming with Welcome To Inglewood. Our Cali comrade partnered with Wu England rep, Supreme Allah

Individually, each have been racking up streamers with their persistent ethic. Combined, the numbers only climb! Back Pain is a slickster, his lines cut before you realize contact was made. Supreme hits with aggressiveness. Dope rhymes standing out with an unorthodox flow. 

  J-Ferman laced the soundtrack with those samples of soul classics. Get your massage therapist ready, beats are Boom Bap approved. Most of this piece is shared between the emcees, the General takes off dolo with Space. The Outro is handled solely by Supreme Allah. The only other vocals belonged to Pin Wu, as he salutes the team during the Intro. 

Multiple bridges are being met with WTI. Coast to coast bangers, 808 fans to sample fans agree on this vibe. The wordplay is impressive, beat selection varies well. Listeners should be able to play this a few times in a row. 

I'm always grateful for the All-Nighters that enjoy these posts. God bless to all!

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At All Costs – John Creasy X Won87

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Time is flying. Feels like I wrote about this artist a few nights ago. That's because I did.

Part of the reason the clock is moving so fast is the ethic of John Creasy. Not letting his foot off the pedal since the recent single. For this new anticipated EP, he teamed up with art dealing producer Won87. Together, a true Hip Hop Symphony.

The background ranges with blends from grit to jazz cognac tracks. That always goes good with Piff. When you have such quality production, a dope emcee like Creasy can't miss. He easily gets his point across to the streets, though I must say the bars are sharper than ever. Fans will be heavily impressed with the cadences and wordplay. 

If you don't think those two were enough for a Hip Hop hommi, the guest appearances are some of the underground's Most Wanted list. This consist of Sage Infinite, this rapper has a vivid sound of the Golden Era. Our familiar face, Jamal Gasol slid through and dropped a 31 for the home team. From the PRR camp, Nowaah The Flood delivers that abstract pain.  Keeping the energy going for a fluid project, we got our last feature from Lord Juco, all spittin the code.

AAC is rap that rappers can listen to. So, get right to this. 

God Bless!

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