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!
Tonight’s video is a shortee that makes up for time with pure quality!
I’m pleased to write about the artists involved in our feature. The emcee is heavily rooted in Hip Hop culture, with a track record deserving of a documentary. Philly representative, RJ Payne holds no punches back. My first time hearing him was over a decade ago. He destroyed rappers in front an MTV audience. Long story short, he was robbed of a championship title and potential record deal. After a particular producer of interest heard him spit, he chose to work with RJ despite the decision of Viacom. An undying desire kept him going, eventually receiving honorable mentions by Black Thought.
Stepping into the present, Payne picks up a monster instrumental from Robert Denir0. A big look for both, Robert has a waiting list of rappers wanting tracks from him. So, it’s an ideal scenario for a veteran recording artist. This meeting of talent will propel RJ further than he already is.
If you have eyesight, you gotta dig the visuals! 4KHD organic back block footage of Philly. Montana Grammar sets the tone for funeral music for the weak rappers out there. The horns in the background, dark Chevy truck creeping solidify the burial.
We’re blessed to witness the first official video with a Denir0 beat. Which happens to be with a well accomplished rapper. I won’t take up more of your time, thanks for coming through. Bless all from the Most High. Show your support and enjoy the brand new video!
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!
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