Victimized – General Back Pain x Deuce Hennessy x Killy Shoot x Chuck Chan

What It Sound Like?

Long ago, I realized it was a numbers game.

So have the line up on tonight’s tune, they also utilize strength in numbers. I’m proud to introduce Chuck Chan and his comrade, Deuce Hennessy to RAN. Remember Killy Shoot and General Back Pain from previous posts?

They joined in and brought their own bars. As real emcees do. From verse to verse you are getting consistent heavy-dosed lines.  The difference in voices and flows sit well on the Chuck Chan track.

Chuck brought the pressure with this symphonic instrumental. You can’t sit still to that background! It is a pleasure to listen to this combination. I look forward to more.

Stream this till your fingers cramp on Sound Cloud. As all the artists I write about, please support their work in the stores also.

Long week fotlr some, short week for others. Happy to be here with your company. Thanks for all the feedback, God bless!

 

 

No Heart Anthony – Mak P X Quis Star

What It Sound Like? 

Continuing this musical dream I don't want to wake from. Day after day, week after week you keep giving me good tunes to type about. 

Our recording artist is new to Rhyme All Night, not new to the mic. Mak P is a young Baltimore spitta with an old soul. Hear the aggression while his edgy lines rapidly land. 

A RAN favorite cooked up the sounds in the background. Salute to Quis Star for the harmonic sample. He always comes through with the neck breakers. 

No Heart Anthony is a hard one-verser to give you a piece of the catalog. Mak is eager to bring you more heat on the way. Check this joint on Sound Cloud for free. Thanks for breaking from your schedule to come here. God bless to all!

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Welcome To Inglewood – General Back Pain Ft Supreme Allah

What It Sound Like?

Independent music is at one the strongest points yet. The past few weeks have been proving consecutively. General Back Pain keeps that energy steaming with Welcome To Inglewood. Our Cali comrade partnered with Wu England rep, Supreme Allah

Individually, each have been racking up streamers with their persistent ethic. Combined, the numbers only climb! Back Pain is a slickster, his lines cut before you realize contact was made. Supreme hits with aggressiveness. Dope rhymes standing out with an unorthodox flow. 

  J-Ferman laced the soundtrack with those samples of soul classics. Get your massage therapist ready, beats are Boom Bap approved. Most of this piece is shared between the emcees, the General takes off dolo with Space. The Outro is handled solely by Supreme Allah. The only other vocals belonged to Pin Wu, as he salutes the team during the Intro. 

Multiple bridges are being met with WTI. Coast to coast bangers, 808 fans to sample fans agree on this vibe. The wordplay is impressive, beat selection varies well. Listeners should be able to play this a few times in a row. 

I'm always grateful for the All-Nighters that enjoy these posts. God bless to all!

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Blackout – Jamal Gasol

What It Sound Like?

Coming at you with the visuals this time around. We have to appreciate the treats sight can bring. You never know when there will be a Blackout!

Here to shut it down, continuing with summer heat is Jamal Gasol. Currently adopting the moniker as the Diadora Don, he spits about the paper chase to reach that status. This joint has some of the most mentioned names for the independents pushing the culture. DHawksTV brought you the dope video treatment, I know you're enjoying the color effects. The night scene with dim lit coloring was the perfect accent for the title. 

Cheffing up audio meals for some of the hottest rappers popping out happens to be Camoflauge Monk. The beat is heavy, full of activity leaving his signature stamp. Gasol found his niche for these soul-samples. He got straight to the point with a one verser, keeping the opposition on their toes.

Together, the chemistry is just what was needed for the steady momentum. Lookout fourth quarter, Mr 31 is working!

As always, I appreciate the company from my readers. God bless to all.

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Mean Streets – Robert Deniro & Won87

What It Sound Like?

I was riding through the southern counties of the Sunshine State, locals refer to it as Gunshine. Nonetheless, I had the right soundtrack for my commute. Road through some nice streets, as well as some Mean Streets.

These two mad scientists of producers hit the lab and came out with some explosive ingredients! Won87 and Robert Deniro trade loops over this memorable EP. The beats keep up with the soundtrack theme, as you hear excerpts from the classic gangsta scenes. The duo keep it funky with samples, keys, strings, and percussion.

The round up performing over these tracks is a group I would put one in the air with. Ice Lord sets it off painting his picture with a war paint brush. His laid back, aggressive style suits well for the following tag team. Jamal Gasol plus Lord Juco equal professional results. It only makes sense, this project leaves no room for sloppiness.

You've been hearing John Creasy make a name for himself, which is exactly why he appears with FastLife. Their recent solo pieces are being talked about as we speak. Continuing the strength in numbers route is King Nasty and ChavaStyle. They happen to in a sunny area, also. From the sound of their vivid lyrics, you could tell there was a lot of rain. Closing this project with force had to be Killy Shoot. With the poise in his rhyme, this is one of his strongest feats to date. 

Salute to Rob and Won on a job well done. Each beat is one I could see myself rapping on. Everyone reading this knows their way to Sound Cloud. Keep in mind, these artists worked hard, spending their own funds. plus taking risks to achieve this. Show your financial support with your favorite online store. I will point you in good direction with a Google Play link.  Thanks for passing through, again. God bless to all!

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Mean Streets - Robert Deniro & Won87