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! 

 

Kasa Take The Blunt 3 – Go Green Luck

What It Sound Like?

No letting off the pedal, let's get right into this new work. You remember when them Niagara Falls music gates opened up? We heard from some cool artists that were distant for so long. We're catching back up with one of those Dirty Waters natives, Go Green Luck. He's bringing his third installment of Take The Blunt with DJ Kasa. Since the second release, Luck has been running it up. Catch his IG feed, he's always in the action.

Let's switch the wave up a little from the samples to the energy tracks. GGL has more style than the average, does things others won't. Most of this project is driven by beats from scratch. Tunes that can go from the radio to the clubs right away. I need to get back in the gym and put this in my playlist. Definitely the joints to play around the ladies. He shows he could hang with the spittas, as well on tracks like Pasta and DJ Kasa Radio Freestyle with our boy Jamal Gasol. Told you this was a Dirty Waters situation. 

More guest arrivals from Tae Pac, Jay Grand, Abeer, and camp member Go Green Outlaw. Listen to the voice of the youth displayed over 808's. These are the producers you want to look out for. Pablo MCR, $urpass, Young Devante, King Mezzy, TNTXD x TayTay Made It, Kid Ocean, and Drum Dummy. Shouts to them for the demanding sounds.

Top is another instrumental - type track where he spits that pain. That and 24K got more of the vibe  I could roll with. You have to take notice in his ability to flow in variety. Luck makes sure you don't bored of any segment of this album. He has star quality and is on his way. Add TTB3 to your lists at Soundcloud. It's free and fun to listen to. 

Thank you  to every reader passing through. Some of the vets are coming around, now. Blessings from the Most High!

The Light – Lunatic x Robert Deniro

What It Sound Like?

Time for some more new music, one of my favorite parts of the day. In this community, it's all about spreading love. After all, part of the word is unity. Our readers are gonna dig this group effort for tonight's topic. Got some names that you have been seeing around the way, plus one of our established producers at RAN.

Finally get to decorate the walls with this special piece by Mr Yellow Baclava. His work can be seen from across the pond in the UK. He's been animating photographs bringing that digital extension to reality. From the Galesi Brescia album orchestrated by Robert Deniro, we get into this steaming loosey. Biggups to Lunatic for this burst of Hip Hop. Hailing from the inner city of Portsmouth, VA. Rob laced him with a lively loop, so the bars are certain to follow. 

I thought the only hooks were the lyrics that stick to your ribs with accurate voice projection. However, the artist does close us out with a chant shining Light for the lost. Lun throwing game at you on this tune. You gotta pay attention, it don't cost a penny. It's complementary with the record. 

One of eleven joints for the streamers presented by Rob and friends of ours. He knows what digs to hit us with and what fits the emcee. Get your copy and share. Thanks for all the support, it means a lot to me. I got no schooling for this. Look out for upcoming write-ups, God bless!



Life – Lughz x Eifelgangsta


What It Sound Like?


One thing or mad things I've always loved is international flavor. Whether food, women, or travel especially. At times travel is a luxury, thank God for music. That connector of continents, distance is shortened by a simple song. Someone on the other side of the world relates to your story. 

  Get your passports ready for a Europe trip. Picture an emcee out of London from a Nigerian household. Would you expect M.E.T.H.O.D Man to be what he was listening to as a kid? That was the introduction for Lughz to Hip Hop. Now wrap your head around this Punk Rock artists breaking grounds with his band from Germany. Decades of wild  experiences and a great ear for music would lead Eifelgangsta into Hip Hop. Now, recognized as transcending producer.

These individuals were drawn by the same interests, now before you at Rhyme All Night. Lughz gets into a sensitive topic while the harmonies of Eifel bring warmth to a winter chill. Sadly enough, we could relate to the loss of a loved one. Whether they were under that sheet or the one being put away behind bars, it's never easy. The content is direct, your placed right in the scene, as it's narrated. Between the track and lyrics, pain is transferred from artist to listener. 

Vocals stand out with an Eastern accent and East Coast delivery, works well over the fly sounds of Eifelgangsta from scratch. Enjoy this free preview, before the official release tomorrow. Thanks for stopping through. Blessings from Yaweh!


  1. Life (Beat By Eifelgangsta) Lughz 4:30

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