What It Sound Like?
Back from the Midwest, pardon my absence. Thanks for checking on me, though. I had some family matters to attend. God is good, we here now. There are a few albums from the end of last year I wanted to get to. So, let's start getting caught up!
Killy Shoot is RAN family, all day. Basically got his own key. As an emcee, he is very cerebral. Not to confuse you with Bugzy Nino who appears on this piece. Killy attacks from multi-angles at once. I have noticed layers of growth in his style. Which gives ultimate meaning to the album's name. A story of stories told in rare art form. From playing throwback video games immediately onto another extreme. That moment when child innocence is fading.
Entirely keyed by supernatural producer, Free Mind. Los Angeles is a city of diversity, Free emits such through his tracks. Example, people often would say they want a West Coast track, with intentions of it sounding like Dr Dre. Our hero is not stereotypical at all. These are more mellow, jazz vibes. The drums become aggressive at times. The type of beats any region could rap on.
As I noted, Supreme Cerebral tags up with Killy, once more for a deadly dose on ThePeril! They, again prove to sound good together. Another person Big Shoot sounds good with is Hometeam member, General Back Pain. The Jects has a single sound to it. The beat makes you stop what you're doing, then they spit bars of heat.
Only two rap features, by chance everyone Ill Kill reached out to is from Cali. I just peeped that. Killy proceeds the tour of his upbringing with Blacktop. Unfortunate tragedy resulted in a talented athlete's career and goals cut short. Shine A Light is touching, and lyrical. A close that ignites Hip Hop taste buds.
Keep sharing the project with all your socials, and lookout for more from these talents. Also get used to Hometeam. Thanks for the love and support out there. I pray Yehshua blesses you!
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!
What It Sound Like?
This new site update is taking a minute to get used to. Know what else is new..? Tunes, and they're potent. So potent, we had to spin back to the album of Never.
Re-welcome King Nasty, royalty of Phoenix, Arizona. Bringing us one of the most anticipated pieces of the year. When you let lyricists and producers communicate on the same server, you get replay material. Robert Deniro, the mastermind to the mood set for the album happens to be from Arizona, as well. Peep how he takes us through a wide range of elements to get these samples the way we like. No two tracks sound the same. All though a strong force together, still inclined to reach out to more heavyweights.
Nasty sets the album off matching a melodic background holding his own on Off Kilter. Early to show slickness with bars, as he does it with poise. That carries into the first feature, Cracc with our homie, Madhattan Mayor. Utilizing Hip Hop for it's creation, verbally dodging the trouble in the streets while addressing it. RAN supporters will be pleased to see John Creasy appear in Deja Vu' or did he reappear? One verse worth a flip, new work with a familiar feel.
Other than the unforgettable Never, covered recently with underground virals, Icelord and Lil Eto. The final feature is our family, Killy Shoot. They match up brushes in the self-titled banger, Drugs. This reach out is key, Killy paints pictures in rhyme so well. King lets us into hardships of his childhood household. The two accomplished the goal, easily. Have to appreciate the street poets as they come around.
Bad Intentions, Family High, Real Niggas, Pocket Full Of Stones, and Loud Storm are all stand out solos. Loud Storm is more of a loop-based beat by Rob. This is where less means more. With few instruments, he did so much for the sound. The Phoenix spitta proves worthy isolated or on the assist. No where near an album that relies on names of a cast. This was a true team effort. Each artist stepped up to keep the bar risen.
Okay, enough of me taking up your time, listen to the album. Purchase, if you can't do that, share the link. Thanks for passing through, people. I continue to get reactions about your favorite posts. It never gets old. Blessings to you from the Most High.