Fly Lingo – Postman L x Body Bag Ben

What It Sound Like?

Been a while since I covered work from this artist An emcee with his region on his back. We also have a producer our readers will be happy to hear from. I got this submission around the time I had that hospital scare. So, I appreciate the patience of the parties involved.

Postman L stays sharp with his unique approach. He grabbed a harmonic piece from Body Bag Ben. An Oxnard, Califonia beat maker in high demand today. The two link up on this raw Hip Hop exhibition. The finishing production was completed by the bro, Robert Denir0. It’s dope when continents are brought together over this art.

Aggressive rap is usually a way to catch my attention. Especially when accompanied by a continuous flow. L goes the Golden Era route with the scratches for the hook. Each cut is from lyrics of his own.

One song consisting of work from a talented trio. RAN fans search for all of these guys. This is that tuff rap for your playlists. Keep it in heavy rotation. Step over to Bandcamp for your copy. Thanks for staying up with your boy. Peace and God blessings to you!

https://robertdeniro.bandcamp.com/track/fly-lingo-ft-body-bag-ben

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Heart Thinks – Atswei Franaalo

What It Sound Like?

Tonight it’s about love. Something all of us need. The entertainment industry, media, and reality would improve with it. Love ain’t always happiness, you gotta take the good with the bad. This young lady gives her experiences on both sides.

I admit, music from Atswei Franaalo touches my emotions. Her vocals along with bold content works every time. My Ex has soft kalimba intro, then drops in the heavy bass. The artist takes us through that in between relationships stage. Relative occurrence, but the lyrics are not predictable. There’s some lucky dude out there named Billy that got her mind twisted. Sounds like the guy that could get away stuff the average guy can’t.

Now, we approach the first single I heard from this project. It pushes the envelope like no other. Fuck Boi is about the cat that says what he thinks she wants to hear. Lomo bounces from her native dialect to western slang impressively. When I listen it reminds me of something I used to think about. Why hit once when there’s opportunity for continued pleasure. I utilized the availability to its fullest when I was hunting. Bleeding is the pain topic. Broken promises and high expectations. Those moments that seem never ending.

The artist closes with one of the most star powered tunes. Heart Thinks deserves a video. It’s a song to take her to the top. Every song on this EP reminds me of something I been through. Initially, we think love songs are for the ladies. In reality, the homies like them just as much. Listeners will find comfort in this project. Enjoy the SoundCloud link below and follow. Thanks for all the support. May the Almighty keep blessing you!

Project Black – StarrBux

It was a great week for Hip Hop!

From huge releases, rapper explaining himself in mid-battle. Plus, our hometeam artist, StarrBux loaded the stores up with his new album.

With the cover, you already know StarrBux is on a new level. Not only did he invest in himself for the artwork. The rhymes are money in the bank. He always entertains with that young-boy flow, never mumbling.

The artist does it over beats of heavy percussion, as well smoother instrumentals. Mostly solo, besides the fire verse from Benrich. I feel it has sounds for everybody. We are familiar with singles like Phone Call, Trust No Hoes, including So Long. The other tracks cover a lot, he gets really deep during Something Gotta Give. I enjoy the variety from this project, I know you will too!

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Still Got It – Mercedez Miller

New tune for you All Nighters! Such a unique artist we get to enjoy today. This young lady has a lot going for her. Distinct voice, vivid delivery with a message. The beat is so live, full of energy. I love how slick and confident she sounds over it. She has been grinding for a long time, here to remind you she Still Got It.

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Black History: By Richard Jackson – Joi Mcmilon

Joi McMillon is an American film editor, best known for her work on critically acclaimed film Moonlight, which earned her Academy Award for Best Film Editing nomination (shared with Nat Sanders) at 89th Academy Awards, making McMillon the first black woman to earn an Academy Award nomination in film editing. #blackhistoryfacts

Article By Richard Jackson @nyceflix

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