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!
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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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!
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 for some, short week for others. Happy to be here with your company. Thanks for all the feedback, God bless!
Lines, lines, and more lines is what you get from Ty Da Dale. Some of the most clever ways to put them, too. The Castle Hill HEIST continues with this slick sixteen. Ty let’s the streets have it with his take no prisoners, type flow over Summer Slamm ’88 instrumental. Never shy to show his rough edges. Based on a bar from the verse, being cool with his right hand is not enough for your safety.
This is a fun joint to listen to. It’s hard, it’s witty, got the content we enjoy. The artist undoubtedly served this remix justice! Perfect timing with the follow up to his recent solo project, Tokyo Drip. Anybody with a soul has to respect the hustle and achievement of Dale. Him and his team are doing something similar to WU Tang in the 90’s. The Asian fan base is steady increasing. This is without a major company backing them. So respect the HEIST.
Pop out to Sound Cloud for the free stream tonight. Do visit Band Camp and make some purchases in his store, also. You will have that music you’re missing.
Thanks to everybody stopping through. The company is always appreciated, including your support. God bless.