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!  

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/

The Oath – Jamal Gasol x Wavy Da Ghawd

What It Sound Like?

Time to get up with one of our Featured Artists again, what a journey. We've been seeing a lot of Jamal Gasol in the past couple years. Glad I've had the opportunity to cover his musical grind at an early stage.  Plus, an early stage for my underground write-ups. 

Staying busy with guest appearances, albums of his own, pop-ups, and guess what?   Mr 31 landed a spot with fellow Piff teammate, John Creasy on Rap Is Outta Control. Happens to be one the flyest Hip Hop shows on Shade 45, hosted by DJ Eclipse and DJ Riz. They roasted the session in the midst of legend, Masta Ace!

Jamal got an inferno track from Brooklyn based producer, Wavy Da Ghawd and went to work. The keys and drums alternate never overstaying its welcome. Gasol uses each section of the beat, as he matches with flow. Content is still improving, I like how he pointed out what people call "Freestyles". He bars out for the remainder, no hook needed. Enjoy this loosey, usually means an album is on the way. 

Jamal and Wavy reconnect for a banga! This is free at SoundCloud, so get stream crazy. Thank you for your company and responses. May the Most High bless you and yours. 

Broken Stones – John Creasy X Dnte

What It Sound Like?

It's about that time, night time. Seems it always is here. This one comes to you from the northern border. A combo of Niagara and Toronto.

All Nighters recognize John Creasy from previous posts. This West New Yorker is sharpening his tools, steadily. He kept it street savy while hitting you some slick lyrics. The kid knows how to pick some beats, too.

Yup, none other than Wavy Da Ghawd. It's a soul-classic sample. How we like it, Golden Era material.

Since my trip to T Dot in the early 2000's, their sound has expanded in Hip Hop. Dnte of FALCON CREST, represents that expansion vividly in his sixteen. Check the demeanor, flow, and content. Also, a match for the background sounds.

Pop out to Sound Cloud and show your support for the artist dem. It's easy with music like this.

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The World Is Piff 1.5 – Jamal Gasol

What It Sound Like?

Music is in the air! Before we start on tonight's album, I want to biggup our subject. Jamal Gasol has left the street life behind, without leaving behind the streets.

A true Hip Hop story, uprising from poverty. Unfortunate setbacks with the law, none of this could stand in his way. Now, Jamal scrambles content on the airwaves.

The latest project is a follow-up. The World Is Piff 1.5 is no let down to its prequel. Get ready for an All-Star production lineup.

Michaelangelo, Halal Seeds, KoolMajorz, Wavy Da Ghawd, Quis Star, Sean SMDSandy Solo, and Ol Man 80zz. The Piff man sharpens his pen from track to track.

It's a blend of boom bap with the right touch of grime. Personally, I feel the way the intro sets the energy for the rest of the album. Two fellow Art Dealers are featured, as well. Illa Dutch and Lord Juco made strong appearances.

Jamal continues to make a statement! His hustle will not be denied. Light up this 1.5 and come back for nothing less than a quarter...

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