Heavy Crown – King Merlino

What It Sound Like?

This rap game can be used for many purposes. When executed properly, it brings a good feeling. This community is full of that feeling. I’m happy to hear from the bro again. He brought us a new project compact with audio nutrition.

An ideal arrangement of bars, hardship, plus the balance of relativity. King Merlino remains on the chess board. I wanted to quote a favorite line, then I started to lose count. I was only one track in, Twofifteeenfreestyle. The suspenseful dramatization hosts J. Ford from the 215UFO camp. A warning of the pain you’re in for with Only The Real.

Hip Hop gives us a platform to free the mind. Sometimes you just gotta let it air out. Just Venting reveals the wolves in sheep’s clothing, I’m glad he chose the references he mentioned. The double standard against black America, and he covers his personal issues. We get some blue-collar rap in Making a Man. It’s a deep tear jerker about a difficult upbringing. This will give you the transparency you’re looking for.

Been Solid reminds me of a song from his debut album. He even plugs the title in one of his verses. It’s a more laid back flow, light instruments to emphasize the lyrics. Merlino always aims to inspire in rhyme. We Gotta Do Better is encouragement with tough love. The artist executes human’s achilles heels. So many things we do to contradict self. The narrative is closed with an alerting speech from B.F. Nkrumah.

This is an assortment of moods, touching all kinds of vibes. Merlino is in the pocket with lyrics and giving the crowd something tangible. Not an easy task to complete. The Power cadence is a favorite of mine from the first tune. Through the project, you will hear a lot more. Get your copy, press play, and enjoy.

The King updated me with the new vid. I told ya’ll about that TwoFifteenFreestyle! Now, you get to see the visuals. Load this up on YouTube, and watch through the end.

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Want It All – Iron Lungz X Bi$hop

 

What It Sound Like?

Keeping you up with uncharted talent week after week is therapeutic is also for me. Got some joints you haven't heard yet, as well something your're familiar with this weekend. A new package came in from Iron Lungz, an emcee out of San Diego. He slides on the melodic background by Bi$hop. My first time hearing either of ther two, already looking forward to more.

The Black Hand Music Group is a strong unit, realizing they're much deeper than meets the eye. A team of dedicated emcees, plus producers. You can't lose like that! This is a street serenade, bars, strings, and keys. "So ahead of my time a Delorean would slow me down." Type of rhymes you haters is up against. Yea, he's a slickster, with a chorus that has also has substance. Be sure to follow Lungz.

This smoker was sent to me by BHMG management, available at Bancamp. It's one of the singles off Exxon Valdez. An album released last month. I recommend it, because it fits right in our category, dope! The personality and message reminds me of me and my homies' mentality. It's very easy to relate. Shouts to the rest of the team, best of continued success. Thanks to the All Nighters, as always. You are the best fans. I just want blessings to shower you!

 

Foreign Bag – Jamal Gasol X The Prxspect

 

What It Sound Like?

In your fast-paced week of videos, EP's, LP's, reviews, and XYZ's you gotta listen to the shells. No, not sea shells, at least not this topic. I'm talking about those one versers that may not be on a particular project. Pieces left over after the action. Let's get into this hot one from Jamal Gasol and The Prxspect.

The horns on this joint is riveting, that drama scene. This is no ordinary track, you gotta get your passport and go to Melbounre to get it. Yes that's Australia! The slow set tempo builds up as a main entrance for Mr 31. I told people a long time ago, his music fits in the playlist with Golden Era vets. Now, you see it in real time.

Gasol cleverly adds an excerpt of the movie Bullet with dialogue from Tupac Shakur. This is a rare film, at that. He usually gets referenced for Juice. Peace to Jamal keeping it original. He made this banger available for free at SoundCloud. Listen and follow this artist on the rise. Thank you RAN family for all the support. I keep you in my prayers!

 

Champion – Che’ Noir

 

What It Sound Like?

Get the red carpet ready! One of our break through artists has a new  reel to share with us. Continuing her campaign of her debut single, Che' Noir drops new visuals for it. This road to success has given us almost a fish bowl view of the artist's life.

We as fans feel a sense of connection with her family, since her father and mother are mentioned from time to time. Her parental structure was a sensitive one. Lyrics are full  of nutrients, relative  situations, avoiding  fairy  tales. Avoiding being perfect, doesn't mind to show  flaws. The type of  track layed by  DJ T - Rell has rags to riches infused in it.

Within  maybe a year and a half, Che' has made a music career. Attracting the ear of Benny The Butcher, as well as the business interest of 38 Spesh. Currently, see her as  the cleanest  thing in the abandoned building.  Maybe it's her  treacherous  flow that   demolished it.  Just her and Mr Fam First in  front the camera  while G Rec TV Filmz. The 4K with minor filters was a great contrast to the scenery debris.  Also see flashes  of Ali putting gloves on his opponents.

Clear to hear why Che'  gets her hand raised as the victor in the match  against  life. This young  woman  refuses to  be a statistic  in her city of Buffalo. Make sure you keep up, watch the video via YouTube. Stream on all majors. Get the upcoming project, Thrill Of The Hunt 2. Thank you to our loyal fans for all that you do. Jah bless! 

 

Vega Arms – Cocareef X Bub Rock X Onaje Jordan

 

What It Sound Like?

Yea, we're in reel mode, seeing more vid submissions, lately. From the Bandcamp banger, The Diaz Brothers we  heard blends of styles.  Cocareef never  lacks, you also got to see the outcome of  him working with other emcees. Vega Arms is the bonus  feature  with Long Island lyricist, Bub Rock. Listening  to this tune puts me in that good vibe.  Reminds me  of that feeling when rap was right.

Grassroots Hip Hop style with Onaje Jordan looping the foundation for the artists. He found the hardest point of the record to splice, it bangs. Bub is witty and in the zone. Selected slight hesitations at moments paint a picture of the artist feeling at home in the booth.  Reef feeds  the youth  of Hip Hop while he  explains  feeding his  own. Both  figurative and metaphoric meanings.  

The video itself, also uses some blending. Starting with  an American trafficking classic to new age Asian mafioso. Action all across the board. Peep the multi-angled  approach of Hip Hop elements expressed by the  mind  of  Cocareef. Let's not  forget  that  cover created by his artist, Anthony Calixto!

Enjoy this tune and video at YouTube, plus Bandcamp. Actually, recently released in all majors. Share it and follow. Thank you for keeping up with our artists, and site, Jah bless!  

 

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