Vermont? Well ok…if you say so.
This is what I was thinking as I read background info on the Brooklyn-born, Vermont-based promoter-turned-emcee, BURNTmd, who just released his debut EP (April 20)-Let’s Get Ill- on his new label, GTD Entertainment. […]
Vermont? Well ok…if you say so.
Truth in rap…not necessarily a new concept, but it seems to have been distorted in years past. Thankfully, artists like Young Jerz are getting back to the intended mission of hip hop. I thoroughly enjoyed the rapper/producer and New Jersey native’s new mixtape: No Gimmicks-Presented by DJ Ill Will & DJ Rockstar. […]
Until I downloaded the new mixtape: Frankenstein from Bronx, NY emcee Frank Ramz, I had never heard of him. The point is- from the cover artwork (which is, in and of itself pretty fly) to the 14 tracks of dopeness that can only come from a true disciple of hip hop, I’m happy to now be acquainted with his work. […]
“We named this project ‘Channel Surfin’ as it generally represented people and their short attention-spanned nature. Each song serves as a ‘Channel’ each different from the last song and so forth. The goal was to collectively mash them together to create what we have here.” […]
Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges is back with his seventh studio album- Battle of the Sexes (released March 9 on Disturbing tha Peace/Def Jam). With production from Swizz Beats, The Neptunes, Bangladesh, T-Minus, DJ Montay, Infinity, Khao and a few others, you would think there would be some …I don’t know…diversity, originality (musically speaking)…maybe something we haven’t heard before. […]
Young Scolla is in a perfect position to carry the torch for Common, Kanye and others who did their work but have come to the point where they have staff payrolls and major bills to pay, and are focusing on more commercial projects. Hopefully, those that come after Young Scolla will take up the banner and run it with the same skill, depth and character his work displays. All that’s left is for the rest of the world to take notice. […]
Mike Dreams masters the art of fusing poetry, sampling (including the high speed sample, which can be wack if it’s not handled properly), and good-old fashioned story-telling to make cuts that you actually want to hear. Musically and lyrically, Dreams seems much older than his 21 years, which is a key component when making grown up music for grown up listeners. We can only hope that the world is ready for what he’s bringing. […]
Ghetto-fabulous album cover aside, DJ Kay Slay’s More Than Just a DJ (in stores on February 9 on Streetsweepers/E1 Music) is a nice collection of hip hop joints that (in the label-loving, logo-wearing DJ’s own words) “doesn’t disappoint”. […]
Chain blunt smoking Atlanta rap-singer B.o.B- aka Bobby Ray recently released May 25th, his mixtape project with DJ Drama and DJ Sense which, coincidentally, promotes the release date of his first solo album- B.o.B. Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray (Grand Hustle Records). […]
Evidently, Cleveland rapper TreaZon had some things he needed to get off his chest. The result is the mixtape- Breathe Life 2 (presented by IM King Clothing) the follow-up to the Mike Boogie presented Breathe Life. […]