Midnight Pitfights – King Coldpack X MindFrame

 

What It Sound Like?

This is total fight music. Not saying to play this on the way to somebody that trolled you. It just has that built in adrenaline. Remember, Hip Hop was made as an alternative to violence. So, we leave it all in the booth. Let's welcome another North Philly artist, King Coldpack. He spits original cadences to the MindFrame intense board work. This track won't let you sit still.

Bars like this is what got Hip Hop through decades. Fundamental lines actually about being a dope rapper. Crazy how few go that route, today. Easy to find users, movers, and party music. So to show and prove going against the grain deserves its just due. I even dig the dialogue from the stereotypical 80's ring announcer, great timing.

Coldpack is staying busy after his album, County Blues released in the fall. Happy to be free, he's utilizing time putting out heat. Did anybody notice the cover and what blister causing SEGA game it was? I like how they through Pit Fighter in playing on the title. The emcee and producer are just as clever with their rhymes and beats.

I'm feeling good about where heads like this are driving rap. We got a mixture of flavor while the mainstream seeks identity. This is a dope single. Also check out their other tunes on Bandcamp, plus digital music stores. Thank you for passing through.May Jah bless you!

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Foreign Bag – Jamal Gasol X The Prxspect

 

What It Sound Like?

In your fast-paced week of videos, EP's, LP's, reviews, and XYZ's you gotta listen to the shells. No, not sea shells, at least not this topic. I'm talking about those one versers that may not be on a particular project. Pieces left over after the action. Let's get into this hot one from Jamal Gasol and The Prxspect.

The horns on this joint is riveting, that drama scene. This is no ordinary track, you gotta get your passport and go to Melbounre to get it. Yes that's Australia! The slow set tempo builds up as a main entrance for Mr 31. I told people a long time ago, his music fits in the playlist with Golden Era vets. Now, you see it in real time.

Gasol cleverly adds an excerpt of the movie Bullet with dialogue from Tupac Shakur. This is a rare film, at that. He usually gets referenced for Juice. Peace to Jamal keeping it original. He made this banger available for free at SoundCloud. Listen and follow this artist on the rise. Thank you RAN family for all the support. I keep you in my prayers!

 

Double Feature – The Deity, V

 

What It Sound Like?

One of the luxuries of underground content is hidden  gems. I feel like this artist says some of  the slickest  lines, and deserves to be on your radar. The Deity, V is   product of a talent  rich, inner city. Newark, NJ   has given us talent and ambition from sports, music,  to politics. We're running with the music for this post. 

Deity is full of character, to say the least. Initially, some  of his art work could be a little spooky. Once you listen  to what he's saying and how, you're gonna be  impressed. He is an emcee that puts as many of his experiences in rhyme, as possible. With all the personality he has, it makes it more likely. Too many people claim swag, personality stands out. I don't know if he knows it, but he has star power.  

Shouts to Ahj, who worked on the production.  Laid back Boom Bap, Lo-fi approach. Deity also put his hand in the mix.  A line that  sticks out to me, "I shine  brighter than what  moths seek"  V brings  you spiritual  flows with slickness. The Lord brought me  through warfare some time back. When I hear the artist, he addresses similar issues. Instead of trying to be gangsta, he's just honest. Much more credible, plenty people could relate. By hearing a talented rapper mention it, they might become more comfortable talking about it.

This is a thinkers tune. Do roll something up while you vibe to this heat. Drink if you have a smooth one. Get your version from Bandcamp, show your support. The more from you, the more beats to buy and studio time. Special thanks to our fans, keep passing through. More on the way for you. As always, I want to see you blessed by the Lord!  

 


What It Sound Like? 

The shadowy raps continue with this custom edition. Earlier, was a single. Now we get into an EP released by The Deity, V.  He storms in exercising lyrics with cadences involving sacred names. Walking down a narrow path in Kumite produced by Brabus Reed.

The next tune comes through like a winter chill with harmonic loop from NC. Some dope wordplay, as well as Near Rhyme display. An attribute pointed out by fellow blogger Rap Seminar. "Legalize the smoke that way anybody can get it I know" Another sneaky line, it's the punches fighter don't see that get them.

V grabs a track from Heretic for some abstract poetry. Defining himself celestial, betrayed by and undervalued. Knowing his worth, the young lady is expected carry herself upon high. I respect where his mind is at. Adeadly double dose of Venom is a cipher based joint. Taz Grooze and DEMON973 join the freestyle over the laid back beat by NightChild. 

One more soulful track from Heretic carries us out. Hear the record spin through the sample. V gives us a melodic flow. Confidence is proven through the voice inflection. He uses the range of his vocals to his best benefit. Bars are original as his style.

The Deity rhymes in the spiritual realm. The road less traveled in this game over saturated with cartel careers. Mamba is  audio therapy. Something different and authentic. One more pick up from Bandcamp. Thank you to our readers and artists for your confidence. May Yashua bless you eternally!  

Fascade – MindFrame x General Back Pain

What It Sound Like?

Got a slapper for you! Most of the submissions I receive  are right up my alley. Our crowd does all the filtering, it   seems. Remember  that  android of a  producer,  MindFrame?  Well, he hasn't punched out yet. While I'm  posting this,  I'm sure he  has more   lined up. The left  region IKINGman taps in with him for the slaughter. General Back Pain perfect candidate for this psychotic sound by the horns.

Everything he says is sick, this time he does it over an ill break. I admire the simple, strong chorus. No difficult syllables, nothing confusing. His point easily gets across with power statements. GBP reminds you of your boy from around the way, though verses are accented with upper class.

Continually, the underground makes bi-coastal moves without forced politics. It's organic how these smokers come together. Fascade is a tune to throw in the list of spins. No problems accessing it, available via all platforms. Do follow these hard working artists, share this, instead of random folly.

Thanks for the love from all supporters. There's nothing like the core riding with you! Got more on the way. Blessings from Yahweh!  

Action Figure – MindFrame x Miskeen Haleem

What It Sound Like?

Got a special delivery from one of the busiest producers in our sector. The borough, Queens has enriched the Hip Hop world for decades. MindFrame keeps that same energy today. He's flooding the music sites with heat. If not that, you could catch him cooking up on IG.

Check the new harmonics, slapping drums, and vocal sample   gives me a vintage Rza vibe. This jewel got passed on to Delaware  emcee, Miskeen Haleem. He also delivers that feeling,  you know that  feeling  you  get  when  it  all  clicks.  Something we long for in  this  infiltrated industry. Miskeen brings wit and realism.  No  overused  stories, just pure bars.

He coins a term for so-called tough guys, a really good one. We know most of the big talkers ain't built like that. This artist has some  sneaky one liners you will dig. This song  is a boom bapper's gift.  All  the  elements  of the Golden  Era with a fresh producer and  voice! 

It's easy to listen to, available at all major platforms.  Definitely check out more from  Miskeen Haleem. MindFrame already has some smokers lined up for the season, keep up. Thank all the people with your words of encouragement.  It means a lot to a simple cat like me. Praises to the Most High!

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