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!
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Lady at the register said, "You're in a good mood." As if, I usually show up grumpy. She ain't mean harm, though. I can't deny, the music is contributing to the relief. Of course, we have more. Our topic needs no intro, Jamal Gasol put Niagara on his back.
Every right to call it Home, tragic news welcomes you into the Dirty Waters, scored by Won87. Next on the key pushing list is another familiar one, Vinyl Villain. A back to back loop event, minimal effects, all music. In the album titled joint, Jamal applies the bars while introducing us to Jay Nice. The Delaware emcee gets busy!
Following, is a flashback scene to 2016. You know how your favorite series shows new episodes with parts explaining the past? Despite the time frame, Jamal and producer, Marc Dub preserve the freshness. Our homie Wavy Da Ghawd lays the audio ground on Smoke. Some street poetics with a feature from Estee Nack, a requested emcee in the underground!
Gasol keeps the Hip Hop homage with the lines busting out the margins through Snappin on Sadhugold. A funky track laced by Sadhugold. Our audience gets some narration in front row of All Is Fair, dramatic sounds provided by Illah Dutch. Personality pours out from the artist and beat from Not What It Seems. Could tell it was fun recording over this EyeDee creation.
Hate to isolate, though Reflection happens to be my favorite on the album. It's so transparent, easy to relate, and tangible harmony by OlMan80zz. You remember the post from Give Up The Goods 2K18... Prodigy forever remembered with a tribute featuring Rome Streetz with theCamoflauge Monk reproduced classic Mobb Deep hit.
This chapter is closed with another friend of ours, Onaje Jordan the producing pride of the Chi. Another tune with a lot of flavor for the people. Overall, Jamal shows several sides in this project. Something differing sounds, never repetitive. Grab your copy anywhere, Bandcamp, major plats, or Mr 31, himself. Thank everyone for the love and support, Jah bless!
Let's keep the family energy going. In the expanding world of Hip Hop people often get the foundation twisted. They misuse terms and associate actions that are not really part of our culture. Which is why I wanna biggup Cocareef for doing things the right way. He is involving his talented children in his movement. Here's an emcee that stays original and keeps concepts flowing.
Already a good ear for tunes, Reef spits from the heart, setting the example for the youth. Younger daughter, Wiildcat takes a piece of the action with sounds from Onaje Jordan. She backs up the 7th Angel adding another element to chorus and adlibs. Wiildcat gives us a fraction of her range leaving the listeners looking forward to more.
Coca doesn't go to the stu to drop something average. Dealing with fire tracks from Ak, you're inclined to think outside the box. The instruments certainly motivate you to put your best foot forward. Then, you have Lajik gathering all the pieces with his precise mixdown.
More people are feeling the fever of The Diaz Brothers, and they should. Add this smoker to your digital playlists. Thank you for supporting our artists and site. I appreciate all the comments and want the grace of God for each of you!
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!
New week started, I hope yours is well. My privileged position in this new element of Hip Hop strikes again. Did I mention, I’m cool with cool people?
I got another exclusive from Cocareef, the active RAN family member! During his Diaz Brothers run, he dropped off that bag. Accompanied by more family, you know street-viral producer, Onaje Jordan. And it doesn’t get more relative than daughter of 7th Angel, say hi to Ambishouz. Talk nice she’s a young lady, soon to be High School grad, and direct lineage.
Jordan set a foundation cooking with jazz, as Ambishouz harmonics loop along. Head nod factor is up, feel good music you could two step to, even though the lyrics are tuff. Some real valuables being polished in this tune. Coca staying sucka-free, showing you how to stand on your own ten toes. I’m feeling the slick verses with a simplified hook delivery. Some more slick talking going there, as well. My first time hearing the Cocareef Records first lady tonight, Amaya has the red carpet now.Three different talents working together is good for sake of the song, the paper is sure to follow.
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