This one is also about the visual. Salute to all my comrades utilizing technology for prosperity. Watching a video used to be the only access we had. Now, we are the video!
Big shout to Krazy The Real One, Rube The Difference and Shod The God spitting that pain. Presented in docu-drama form, you get a mix of live action with reels of oppression. The lyrics may reveal the scars, yet complimented with a light melody.
A positive message never to be overlooked. I’ve been in rough living situations, at times. I remain aware, someone has it rougher. The artists want everyone to be treated fairly, while they shine light on lives prematurely taken by police brutality. Watch the vid, like and share. Thanks for staying up with me. Yahweh blessings!
If it’s your first time, Rhyme All Night is about spreading positive energy. Particularly, that energy comes from independent artists. Though, this brother is respected and recognized, I feel what he’s done deserves more recognition.
Jeff Smith delivered a documentary focused on the Hip Hop influencers in his town and surrounding areas of Portsmouth, Virginia. Rich in soul, Rich N Spirit, not just a brand. This doc yields off the market sweat equity from a decorated roster. Naming Lunatic, Tony Hustle, Bless Picasso, Young X,Biggz, plus appearances from Duck Blazemore. Safe to say, Black Pentagon.
This was not the first movie release from Jeff, he acted in a a self funded film before. Now, his new title sits at IMDb. Pull up this link and show some support for one our own like you would for someone famous!
I was at my son’s basketball game today and into a convo with a parent about duos. You know we had to bring up Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp. Not just any two individuals can be a recognized duo. They also compliment one another while reflecting their strong points.
Which is what you get with this team up. Snotty spins back through with producer, MichaelAngelo. Together, they brought some hardcore for the speakers. The background is rugged with bass, Snotty spits street savvy bars.
You also get a visual adaptation. Watch the treatment shot by Hyperlinks. I feel like they were able to build a parallel vision. The tune has struggle and reward. The slick lines along with the content is a strong statement for the artist. This is the type of song I could see on the Hip Hop playlists. By now, I’m sure it made it to a few, at least.
Team effort is evident here. It sounds like the producer knows the rapper and the rapper feels comfortable with the beats. This is one of the singles from Garments Of Italy, a recent album. Pick up your copy at Bandcamp. Thanks for staying up with me. Peace from the Almighty!