Being new to rhymeallnight.com i wanted to start by introducing myself.
I got into blogging threw supreme allah who i am his assistant!
Working for supreme i have met/heard alot of underground hip-hop i dont think i would’ve ever known aboout(like 1 SHOT). So i’ll start by showing you guys one of supreme’s favorite m.c.’s!
enjoy! feel free 2 leave a comment.
What It Sound Like?
Long ago, I realized it was a numbers game.
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!
What It Sound Like?
Got another one for you out of the art gallery!
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.