What It Sound Like?
I hope your week is starting right. Mine is, let me share some good energy with you. I had to keep you loopy tonight, so I got the digs, plus an artist the streams crave. We briefly spoke on Brooklyn made K. Burns a few posts ago in a fellow TFMG member’s video.
Now, lets’s get into a vid of his own. Reaching out to Vinyl Villain for that loop I told you about. He’s also returning to RAN, and he brought heat! Harmonic vocal sample with a subtle piano roll. Burns knew just what to do with it.
He gives us grimey bars with surreal scenarios. There are parts of the song that nearly parallel the video. “Came a long way from coppin the eight” Shortly after, you’ll notice him approach Barclays Arena. Leaving the street life, stepping into a broader environment. I don’t know if Uncle Burnie and Six Degree intended it that way. In my opinion, metaphorically a path to success.
I feel the Downtown, Brooklyn visuals are a catalyst to the score. Real effort and good work ethic went into JTG, I’ve already watched it a few times. Viewers here will, also. We got a feel good song to close the night to. Some of the viewers are just getting started, so keep streaming. Be sure to grab your copy of Infamous Villains by K. Burns & Vinyl Villains. If you can’t purchase, tell somebody about their album. Thanks for joining again, Yaweh blessing to you!
What It Sound Like?
I’m sure people go to school and dump resumes for countless hours to have this kind of reception. Can’t express how fortunate I am to be here. Between the rhyming and blogging, valued links have been established. With that said, shouts to K. Burns for calling the right plays at the right time. An emcee himself, yet won’t hesitate to feed his brethren. He put me on to a young spitta out Ruston.
Yes, Louisiana has a strong history of talented rappers, 318CHA$E adds to that list tonight. The artist made his way to BK to shoot a grassroots vid, no green screen! It’s all good we like green screens over here. It’s something about being in that natural environment,though. There’s nothing like it. You could still find some fly digi effects in spots that blend right. Take notice to the midpoint, where they transition to behind the scene footage of their recent show at Bushwick Public House.
I feel the content, easily having that spiritual connection. Mentioning how he relies on the Lord through situations. It’s a one verser, but to the point. This what we call Ghetto Gospel. CHA$E glides over the boom bap track giving the song an element that helps him stand out. Time is doing him well, as he continues to tour and drop new heat. After watching this, click subscribe.
I continue to thank the supporters, in all that you do. Especially those rare dimes that like underground rap! Biggups to TFMG, keep that work flowing. Leave your reactions in the comment section. Yahweh blessing…