I need the crowd put to your mics up and salute our comrade. Never easy to accept or understand when someone we know loses their physical life. I was cool with this artist, it still bothers me. Fortunately, his music lives on.
Scorcese Lorde Jones was that hustler you would see everywhere and naturally respect the grind. The slick wordsmith got a smooth one from Patchz. A lean track, no fat. Leaving space for the emcee to go to work. The artist uses an interesting angle. Despite the title, it’s more lyrical than drug filled bars. Scorcese actually opens eyes to a system carried out right under the nose.
This is a display of a technician. I like the position of first-person views injected. He even had a a little humor, referencing Urameshi from a classic Anime. You’ll enjoy the flow along with the beat you could feel. This is from the album you should get, Lobster Tales In MyTesla. Peep the wordplay. Long live the legacy. Lord blessing to everybody!
Moving in a different direction through this post tonight. I sidelined an album to give the streams a cool EP. It’s been weighing on me to work with these individuals riding with me on the project. They all did what I visualized, and more!
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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