All Is Fair – Jamal Gasol x Illah Dutch

 

What It Sound Like?

You know I'm excited about this new pack of Piff! This  one is a treat for the eyes, as well. From the hit album,  True Stories, we get to see Jamal Gasol in action. He chose a  pivotal  song to  release as a video, wise  selection.  The unforgettable  background from Illah  Dutch. Treatment  is done by NBU TV.  I feel the web series approach taken by the team.

With that said, you will want to know what happens in  the mini story.  Jamal put his  life  between  the  margins. All lines you could feel, many  cases are direct situations. He treats  his  videographers like his  producers. Gasol  mixes  up  the flavor  getting different  results. The dark, grim streets where the villains dwell.

Peep some shots from the back blocks. Viewers catch a short glimpse of the activity in the Dirty Waters. The symphonic vibe with minor vocals laying in the track create a serenade. On target for story telling. You know you're doing right when Paka adds your video. That's right, more than one major source to play it.

Get your infused popcorn and have one rolled up on stand by, it's a movie. I can't thank the supporters enough. Keep sharing the content. Blessings from the Most High! 

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It’s A Dirty Game – Jamal Gasol x Lil Eto

What It Sound Like?

(ODB Voice) "Thought yah wasn't gon see me?"  Already know I had to touch this heater. Despite the release date, good music is timeless. I'm continuing tunes I wanted to write  about towards the year end. As I catch up, you'll be pleased to hear Jamal GasolLil  Eto, and V Don! All artists we're fans of at RAN. 

Jamal has branched out to multiple producers in  the circuit over the past couple years. Though, the sounds vary, Gasol  keeps the wheel in his lane. Providing the audio pack, Eto rides with him along the four track EP. Nearly every step of the way is scored by V Don. In a short matter of minutes he covered so much in tempo, harmonics, and melody. Full course meal for the emcees to devour.

 The self titled tune is well selected for an opening song.                                                                                                                                                   Beat and  vocals have a sense of controlled aggression. Mr 31 and Lil E exchange verses of street knowledge. A strong way to navigate the project.  Only God Knows steps out the box with Patois  narratives further decorating the Gasol painting. My first memory of this Rochester - Niagara team up is Statistic. As I stated, V Don handled nearly every step of the score. Eto displays veteran production skills, plus the  signature verbals. Jamal at the time was developing a new burst of energy, and you could here it is his verses. 

A feel good tune, that joint you gotta go back to from time to time. IADG closes with a solo from the Piff Man. The transition to music from the block bleeds through Eyes On The Prize. Listen to what the artist's adjustments have been like. Of course, you only get in glimpse by way of art. Let's be grateful they were able to make it through. 

Digital versions of the EP are still available. With that said,  biggups to the team for selling all physical copies! Thank everyone for  their  patience and genuine comments. More prayers of blessings for all!  

The World Is Not Enough – Jamal Gasol X Lord Juco

What It Sound Like?

Welcome back, welcome some for the first time. Yes, I’ve been staying busy, about to get busier. Not gonna bore you with me. Tonight is about our RAN family, Jamal Gasol and Lord Juco! 

Last time we heard the pair was on Mean Streets. A memorable EP produced by Won87 along with Robert Deniro. The chemistry continues on The World Is Piff 1.5

This time, with production by Sandy Solo. The loop is so harmonic, it immediately paints a vivid picture in the mind. 

Fortunately, we have video. Doesn’t get much more vivid than that. I’m feeling the shot of the Falls from the open. YMG Shooter must have knew it would match the sound accurately.The scenery is official Night Life material. Kept it wavy on the top floor of the parking lot. The dark setting was necessary for this street soundtrack. 

Jamal may not blast his own horn about being lyrical. I give credit where it’s due, the cadences in the verse won’t allow Gasol to be placed in a box. Steel sharpens steel, Juco kept line for line consistency and wordplay.  The slick bars and soulful vibe fits right in your playlist. 

Thanks again for all your support, enjoy the video. God bless you and yours!

 

Broken Stones – John Creasy X Dnte

What It Sound Like?

It's about that time, night time. Seems it always is here. This one comes to you from the northern border. A combo of Niagara and Toronto.

All Nighters recognize John Creasy from previous posts. This West New Yorker is sharpening his tools, steadily. He kept it street savy while hitting you some slick lyrics. The kid knows how to pick some beats, too.

Yup, none other than Wavy Da Ghawd. It's a soul-classic sample. How we like it, Golden Era material.

Since my trip to T Dot in the early 2000's, their sound has expanded in Hip Hop. Dnte of FALCON CREST, represents that expansion vividly in his sixteen. Check the demeanor, flow, and content. Also, a match for the background sounds.

Pop out to Sound Cloud and show your support for the artist dem. It's easy with music like this.

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The World Is Piff 1.5 – Jamal Gasol

What It Sound Like?

Music is in the air! Before we start on tonight's album, I want to biggup our subject. Jamal Gasol has left the street life behind, without leaving behind the streets.

A true Hip Hop story, uprising from poverty. Unfortunate setbacks with the law, none of this could stand in his way. Now, Jamal scrambles content on the airwaves.

The latest project is a follow-up. The World Is Piff 1.5 is no let down to its prequel. Get ready for an All-Star production lineup.

Michaelangelo, Halal Seeds, KoolMajorz, Wavy Da Ghawd, Quis Star, Sean SMDSandy Solo, and Ol Man 80zz. The Piff man sharpens his pen from track to track.

It's a blend of boom bap with the right touch of grime. Personally, I feel the way the intro sets the energy for the rest of the album. Two fellow Art Dealers are featured, as well. Illa Dutch and Lord Juco made strong appearances.

Jamal continues to make a statement! His hustle will not be denied. Light up this 1.5 and come back for nothing less than a quarter...

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