So St. Louis' own Smino linked up with Tallahassee Pain for a remix to the stand out record of his blkswn project. Peep the visuals!
Young M.A seemed to have disappeared from the mainstream for a little following the success of her smash single "OOUUUU". She's back setting the record straight about her young status in the game. She's barring alot of these dudes down, I must be honest. Enjoy!
I'm kind of late posting this, but whatever. EarthGang delivered with their latest release, the Robots EP. With bouncy beats, playful flows, and a hilarious skit lasting throughout the entire project, you have no choice but to let it ride on repeat. Enjoy!
The story. The theme. The features. The depth. Eminem does it again with his newest release "Walk On Water" coming off his BET Awards Cypher that shook the nation. Featuring Beyonce, but written by Skylar Grey, the track speaks deeply from the POV of a larger-than-life artist whom is deemed the God (or Queen) and has to live up to those standards for the rest of their lives. They are reluctant figures in our culture. There's plenty much more I can say about this, but the song itself says so much. Listen up!
With a mix of Juvenile flows and a south Florida story to tell, Miami's Bruno Mali takes it back with the classic "Ha". This track goes and you're sleep if you haven't put it in your playlist. Enjoy!
Interesting story about my time enjoying Chicago native, Supa Bwe. The first song that hooked me was "Toni Braxton" back in 2015 (unfortunately not on Soundcloud anymore). Something about the riff in the hook's vocals reminded me of old rock tunes from the 90s that I felt weird for listening to and even knowing. That song caused me to listen to The Dead Occasion where I found other faves like "Contacts". In the time since, I've watched Supa take the necessary steps to garner the attention needed to his career to the next level.
Here he is with the first visuals from his upcoming project, Finally Dead (available for pre-order) called "I Hate Being Alive" directed by Cole Bennett of Lyrical Lemonade. Too dope to ignore I promise.
Sidenote: Over time, I've come to realize that the sound of Supa that hooked me has can be now found in some of the most popular acts out now. Did he inspire these people? Is Supa a pioneer in this new age rock-inspired emo-rap? I could honestly say I heard him doing it before most.
Throwbyk of me enjoying "Toni Braxton" lol