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!

Bad Mind – FALCONCREST

What It Sound Like?

I'm just as eager as you to get to this. An original group, to say the least, well due for placement in the RAN catalog. Gotta put my passport to use and check our family over the border in Toronto, Ontario.  Biggups to FALCONCREST for platforms of creativity. They keep each song or set entertaining for the listener, as if it were a book series.

Some know I wrote about DNTE on a tune with John Creasy. My first  time hearing him with his label mate, Falcon Outlaw was Kung Fu Lady. "I'm fresh to death lady I'm Camoflauge Monk lady"   Immediately, if  you  have  a  soul you gotta vibe to that joint! Tonight, we reach a different motel series, though. Take a peek into this single from  Red  Rose  Motel.  With slow, gritty  production  from Giallo  Point.  He uses  the  right  balance of horns, plus acoustics leaving room for the emcees.

 Growing up Jamaican cultured, I have a special appreciation for  FALCONCREST.  Their Yaad mon influence is heavy in the music.  Shows  you lyrical value as they flip the lingo, which is real Hip Hop. Bad Mind gets into the art of concealment. The intro preps you for jewels on the way. I won't give too much up, let's say you can't approach the subject one sided.

Outlaw not only  spits gems, he also uses his voice in spots as an instrument extension. That is a trait of a producer's ear, as well.  Dnte  is the classy gangsta. His gems are most decorated in fly talk. The way they work their contrasts and comparisons is compelling. Don't take it from me, though. Do as the artist says, and play it a couple times.

 Enjoy free spins at SoundCloud make sure you keep up with the High Heat duo.  Don't confuse them with the show, the name derives from a much  greater movement overseas. Thanks for choppin it up  with me.  Blessings from Yahweh!

FICO Score – Madhattan Mayor x IceRocks

What It Sound Like?

I don't think the public realizes how me and my team longed for other  cats with bars, substance, and pro appeal. That was years ago, of  course. Today, I'm surrounded by emcees that serve a similar purpose. I'm glad Madhattan Mayor decided to drop off some bars to us. Allow me to enlightened a mention of his, while he focuses on rapping. Not particularly rapping about pushing crillz.

We appreciate how he is able to keep it Hip Hop showing his diversity. One of the coolest beats I've heard in a while, credit to  IceRocks. He keeps polished in the stash. I could see a video for this tune. I want to talk about the topic of the song, a bit. Anybody could talk money, Madhattan is  talking  finances. Dealing with the two options faced by  most, get a career, or be a career criminal. 

This joint is for the culture, and the lines are stuffed with rhymes.  Definitely, a switch up of flow working in his favor. It still has the edge that keeps us away from  bubble gum raps, also elements of a hit  record.  Add it to your lists at SoundCloud, be sure to follow and share. The reactions from readers are real to me. I apprecitate it all.  Blessings to you from the Most High.

Bases Loaded – Lupus Dei x Chuck Chan

What It Sound Like?

It's really cool when underground rappers have signature sounds, as much as signed rappers. When it comes to signature sounds, I think AZ, Scarface, Jadakiss. I'm only naming a few, the flows are so  recognized  and could freeze time. Lupus Dei has the same effect, the piercing voice and high end flow captures the audience.

Key pusher Chuck Chan is also one who sticks out of the bunch. He assembled the  soulful samples for the entire home run audio reel. Grandslam has a stolen base from General Back Pain off second. Yea, his style slides into the defense causing a concussion. With this teamwork, IKING opportunities are hard to refuse, though Lup goes dolo for The Process. Hard by street standards, yet ready to spin on radio.

Clockwork is right for anyone focused on their hustle. Notice the comfort with financial talk outside the drug game, outside the country! The artist is most detailed by The Long Road. Intimate demand by the instruments, Lupus opens the vault to lyrics and luxury.

One of the slickest lines from BL, "I give it all that I got/ I'm all that you not/ King Lup I could pull a sword out a rock/"  Back Pain reappears to further the blow out in the fifth inning  bringing it to an early close. This piece has to be added to your SoundCloud or Bancamp collection. Also, follow their pages! Get ready for upcoming album, 1994 by Lupus Dei. Thanks for your feedback, may the Lord  shower you with blessings.

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