True Stories – Jamal Gasol

What It Sound Like?

Lady at the register said, "You're in a good mood." As if, I usually show up grumpy. She ain't mean harm, though. I can't deny, the music is  contributing to the relief. Of course, we have more. Our topic needs no intro, Jamal Gasol put Niagara on his back. 

Every right to call it Home, tragic news welcomes you into the Dirty  Waters, scored by Won87. Next on the key pushing list is another  familiar one, Vinyl Villain. A back to back loop event, minimal effects, all music. In the album titled  joint, Jamal applies the bars while introducing us to Jay Nice. The Delaware emcee gets busy!

Following, is a flashback scene to 2016. You know how your favorite series shows new episodes with parts explaining the past? Despite the time frame, Jamal and producer, Marc Dub preserve the freshness. Our homie Wavy Da Ghawd lays the audio ground on Smoke. Some street poetics with a feature from Estee Nack, a requested emcee in the underground!

Gasol keeps the Hip Hop homage with the lines busting out the margins through Snappin on Sadhugold. A funky track laced by Sadhugold. Our audience gets some narration in front row of All Is Fair, dramatic sounds provided by Illah Dutch. Personality pours out from the artist and beat from Not What It Seems. Could tell it  was fun recording over this EyeDee creation.

Hate to isolate, though Reflection happens to be my favorite on the album. It's so transparent, easy to relate, and tangible harmony by OlMan80zz. You remember the post from Give Up The Goods 2K18...  Prodigy forever remembered with a tribute featuring Rome Streetz  with theCamoflauge Monk reproduced classic Mobb Deep hit. 

This chapter is closed with another friend of ours, Onaje Jordan the producing  pride of the Chi. Another tune with a lot of flavor for the people.  Overall, Jamal shows several sides in this project.  Something differing sounds, never repetitive. Grab your copy anywhere, Bandcamp, major  plats, or Mr 31, himself. Thank everyone for the love and support, Jah  bless!

 

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Noise Kandy 2: The Re-up / Rome Streetz

What It Sound Like?

Hope everybody is having a worthy week you deserve. Look around you, there is so much happening. One could choose whether they want to get lost in the fake reality TV folly or go for something real and positive. The All Nighters elect the real and positive. Here is a guy that chose his own destiny and it paid off. We have a return from Rome Streetz, a Brooklyn lyricist.

I had the pleasure to listen to his recent project and your boy can rhyme! True throwback to the game, has the edge and substance. Beat selection is soulfully soothing. Some of your favorite producers contributed to this symphony. Previous certified RAN appearances The Historian, Vinyl Villain and Wavy Da Ghawd. I take pleasure welcoming NCL - TM and Loman also talented producers. Last time we saw Illah Dutch here, it was his vocals with Jamal Gasol. This time, his beat does the talking. 

Rome rolls dolo from track to track with the exception of Columbian Neck Tie. A smoker with Hip Hop royals Illah Ghee and Agallah! By the song titles, his approach won't be taken lightly. Example, Dead Face Notes and Foaming Out The Mouth. Plain to see, Streetz is getting paper killing these rhymes. One of my favorite sad movies, Sonny Carson gets some dialogue placement on the final song, Piss Moet Master. Gotta dig the creativity. 

Six songs of culture. A street graduate using his past hardships as a tool in his artistry. Backgrounds sounds of loops, Boom Bap, that Golden Era feel. What I really like about Rome Streetz, his NY flavor is unsaturated. He doesn't care to do the outside distracting trends. This project already got them coming back at Bandcamp.

Be sure to get your digital version, now. Got a feeling we could expect vinyls, soon. Thank the All Nighters for all your feedback. Salutes to Sean Munoz, a master mind in this powerful movement. Blessings to you and yours from the Most High

 

Copies Can Also Be Purchased Through http://www.romestreetz.com/

K.Burns – Jimmy The Gent (Official Video)

What It Sound Like?

I hope your week is starting right. Mine is, let me share some good energy with you. I had to keep you loopy tonight, so I got the digs, plus an artist the streams crave. We briefly spoke on Brooklyn made K. Burns a few posts ago in a fellow TFMG member’s video.

Now, lets’s get into a vid of his own. Reaching out to Vinyl Villain for that loop I told you about. He’s also returning to RAN, and he brought heat! Harmonic vocal sample with a subtle piano roll. Burns knew just what to do with it.

He gives us grimey bars with surreal scenarios. There are parts of the song that nearly parallel the video. “Came a long way from coppin the eight” Shortly after, you’ll notice him approach Barclays Arena. Leaving the street life, stepping into a broader environment. I don’t know if Uncle Burnie and Six Degree intended it that way. In my opinion, metaphorically a path to success. 

I feel the Downtown, Brooklyn visuals are a catalyst to the score. Real effort and good work ethic went into JTG, I’ve already watched it a few times. Viewers here will, also. We got a feel good song to close the night to. Some of the viewers are just getting started, so keep streaming. Be sure to grab your copy of Infamous Villains by K. Burns & Vinyl Villains. If you can’t purchase, tell somebody about their album.  Thanks for joining again, Yaweh blessing to you!

Vinyl Villian -Three The PRR Way Ft. Sauce Heist, Jamal Gasol & Nowaah The Flood

You got to be loving Hip Hop right now, at the artists we rock with.

Got my hands on some grimey, reality rap. Of course, it involves a Featured Artist of ours, Jamal Gasol. I must admit, the line up he's with adds meaning to the song title. Sauce Heist and Nowaah The Flood are definitely worthy of spins over here at Rhyme All Night. Already, a hit on YouTube and other online Platforms. Vinyl Villain has to be proud of the result of his production, the beat is energetic with dope melody. Listen and follow each artist.

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