FICO Score – Madhattan Mayor x IceRocks

What It Sound Like?

I don't think the public realizes how me and my team longed for other  cats with bars, substance, and pro appeal. That was years ago, of  course. Today, I'm surrounded by emcees that serve a similar purpose. I'm glad Madhattan Mayor decided to drop off some bars to us. Allow me to enlightened a mention of his, while he focuses on rapping. Not particularly rapping about pushing crillz.

We appreciate how he is able to keep it Hip Hop showing his diversity. One of the coolest beats I've heard in a while, credit to  IceRocks. He keeps polished in the stash. I could see a video for this tune. I want to talk about the topic of the song, a bit. Anybody could talk money, Madhattan is  talking  finances. Dealing with the two options faced by  most, get a career, or be a career criminal. 

This joint is for the culture, and the lines are stuffed with rhymes.  Definitely, a switch up of flow working in his favor. It still has the edge that keeps us away from  bubble gum raps, also elements of a hit  record.  Add it to your lists at SoundCloud, be sure to follow and share. The reactions from readers are real to me. I apprecitate it all.  Blessings to you from the Most High.

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Drugs (Never… Continued)

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.



High Noon – Madhattan Mayor X IceRocks

What It Sound Like?

Salute to the All Nighters, another progressive week for the circuit!

You know these guys don’t  push snooze button on the music. Me being a part of that new tune release, I found time to post this shortee for everybody. We have a pleasant return from Madhattan Mayor. I’m sure our crowd will run the streams up, after his introduction to RAN. 

No delay, the artist opens the gate with bars, linking up with Queens producer, IceRocks for a background to remember.  Did I mention that’s the best borough, by the way?   The track has a retro vibe synced into the Clint Eastwood-style western filmography. It’s good to hear emcees still pushing the pen having their own identity. High Noon holds up to it’s grimey expectations, in the category of music to get right to.

It’s free and easy to throw in your mix at SoundCloud. After this, get on your follows, shares, and comments. Readers come here from a variety of sources, only genuine things to say. All your support is appreciated. Most High blessings to all of you!  

Unordinary Love Song – Madhattan Mayor X Robert Denir0

What It Sound Like? 

The weekend is in sight, we’re almost there. Depending where you’re reading from, could be closer to Friday. Of course, we have new tunes to carry us on our way. Our prized producer, Robert Denir0 dropped this piece on me today. All Nighters know if Rob stamps a track, I anticipate it like a trailer for a new film. The crowd also is aware he only sends beats to certain caliber emcees.

Welcome Madhattan Mayor,  new face to RAN. In case the clever name doesn’t give it away, the artist describes his home of Manhattan for you. The verses are decorated with street situations, poetically. Double M does well at speaking of it without glorifying his past. This song still is a theme for the hustlers out there. Whatever your hustle is, you “Gotta Get This Cake Right.”

One of the more laid back productions I’ve heard from Denir0. The background has strong level of sensitivity, makes it easy for radio spins. I’m one who appreciates versatility and Rob displayed it again. Madhattan has good lyrics, vocals, with flow for the melody. Look forward to hearing more in the near future. Meanwhile, pop out to Sound Cloud and run up those streams!

Thank everyone for coming through, plus your support on other sites. God bless you and yours!

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