Got It On My Own (Video) – StarrBux

What It Sound Like?

More work from our Featured Artist section tonight. This kid's  ethic is ongoing. The kind of energy I wish I still had, at times.   StarrBux released Project Black to all digital music stores earlier this year. As of now, his latest video from the album is one of my  favorite  tunes. 

Catch the kid moving through his stomping grounds of BK.  Visuals  range from the clean apartment to the urban decorated corners. Some scenes on the block are so exclusive, it looks like      Starr Mazi  got permits to get it blocked off. Actually, it's a one man act, besides the short  cameo of Ryersuperstar. People could see clearly, Starr lives the title of this song. 

The ElmstreetBeats laced track always caught my ear and stuck with  me. It's an energy joint, but not trying to sound like the gimmicks. Got a serious feel, and a theme to get money to. Or whatever is you getting. 

Got It On My Own clear quality and I dig different look with the fonts,  too. Get to YouTube, watch and subscribe. Thank the readers eternally, every reaction means a lot to me. May God continue to bless  you!

John Creasy 3:16 EP – John Creasy x Wavy Da Ghawd

What It Sound Like? 

This situation gets better each day, between the fans and artists that I  hear from. Been getting input and songs from some of the coolest people online. All Nighters are familiar with this Piff rush and are happy to hear back from John Creasy. Myself, included in that crowd. 

Look at the key pusher on this project, Wavy Da Ghawd. Knew he would pop back up soon. We get to hear his latest efforts blended with Stone Cold Steve Austin verbals. These are some Sativa beats leaving the listener relieved. Creasy, the olnly emcee fires off with his unapologetic style matching the persona of the Stunner, himself.

The opening tune is a grabber, got a sensitive background and slickness of the streets. He doesn't limit himself to drug infested rhymes, John expands his bar game. Dig the work ethic displayed in NO EXTRAS, as he expresses wordplay. John pours salt in competitions wounds with more lyrical touts in WRESTLEMANIA 13. Strong vocals and poise carry throughout the closing tune. And that's the Bottom Line!

Even an excellence of execution fan like me respects the Stone Cold performance in this event. It's a clever theme used right, so enjoy the six pack. This is a fun listen and you don't have to pay a cent. Please share and check his store items. Thank you for all your dedication, continue to support our artists. God bless!  

Angel Madness – Cocareef x Wiildcat x Onaje Jordan

What It Sound Like?

Let's keep the family energy going. In the expanding world of Hip Hop people often get the foundation twisted. They misuse terms and associate actions that are not really part of our culture. Which is why I wanna biggup Cocareef for doing things the right way. He is involving his talented children in his movement. Here's an emcee that stays original and keeps concepts flowing.

Already a good ear for tunes, Reef spits from the heart, setting the example for the youth. Younger daughter, Wiildcat takes a piece of the action with sounds from Onaje Jordan. She backs up the 7th Angel adding another element to chorus and adlibs. Wiildcat gives us a fraction of her range leaving the listeners looking forward to more.

Coca doesn't go to the stu to drop something average. Dealing with fire tracks from Ak, you're inclined to think outside the box. The instruments certainly motivate you to put your best foot forward. Then, you have Lajik gathering all the pieces with his precise mixdown.

 More people are feeling the fever of The Diaz Brothers, and they should. Add this smoker to your digital playlists. Thank you for supporting our artists and site. I appreciate all the comments and want the grace of God for each of you!

New Born King – Lunatic x Sc@ryHour

What It Sound Like?

While I'm pressed for time, I keep pressing this industry with real rap. After leaving us with The Light, we got a full project from   Lunatic.  Yup, he's back with a lyrical baptism. Even from the one tune we heard, you could peep the spiritual conscious! Now belting rhymes over a soundtrack prepared by producer,  Sc@ryHour  of  The Professional Amateurs

These tracks are not only hard and gritty, the levels are  mixed synced with the vocals. Lun has a distinct voice that could be  served injustice by slight engineer faults. The first joint has background sounds of praise elements while the shining goes on. Listening to The Sacrifice, and Habanero Marinara his impatience with hate is heard.

My Hip Hop ear is spoken to by the bar prowess in Cold Blood. While  most of the album battles corruption, the artist has a bit more fun  tooting his own horn. Mission still accomplished, a nice set up for  Starcade 85'a no holds bar approach. Skits were not stretched or overused, Snuff was  measured accurate. Details actions that this soil has practiced for too long, as it rolls into Omega. So I appreciate the brother for sharing it with people that were not aware.

NBK is aggressive, wise, and another piece with a message. Though, the material is graphic, the artist manages to get his point across exposing evil with minimal foul language. Plus, it had no guest appearances, rare and bold.

Southern hospitality over classic samples, you gotta break bread at  Bandcamp. Big thanks to all readers, artists, and word of mouthers. We're growing together. May Yeshua shower you with blessings.  

Kogan – Mak P x Bass Reevez

What It Sound Like?

Bringing the weekend to a close with an artist that left a lasting  impression. The winter gave us dedicated emcees to the art. Ahead of his time, Mak P follows his door opener, No Heart Anthony  with an EP.  As I saw posts announcing its  release, I couldn't wait to hear it. 

Mak goes into full song mode with four hand selected tracks from Bass Reevez. That's right, I finally get to radar high demand  audio key  pusher. Fam knows I dig when the sounds sever, yet maintain  album chemistry. Right in the pocket of the high profile cast. Triple Threat  is a verbal hydra with  K. Burns and  Sauce Heist

They connect spitting empowerment from surviving the best and the worst the streets throw at you. One of two features on the piece, TFMG brother K. Burns pops up again on Loft Muzik.  The fly talk continues, the jewels is inspirational.  Juke Box  proves P can hold his own, plus authentic content. 

Midnight Train  is more of a creative tune, while he uses retro filmography as cadences. Staying along the film themes, Mak flips Killing Them Softly. Once again, the artist trades violence for approach to killing the tracks.

Kogan is one that sits down on the punches. Type of joint to play back to back. Support this young talent, get your copy at Bandcamp. Thank you for your efforts, so far. May the Most High continue to bless you! 

 

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