Whether doin’ it singlehandedly or collaborating with high caliber acts like Action Bronson or Murs, the New Jersey native and now Harlem resident Kyle Rapps has a knack for putting everything on the line in his rhymes. More awe inspiring than anything, “The Sky’s On Fire” reunites the Rapps with long time collaborator Belief (Ghostface Killah, El-P,Talib Kweli, Jean Grae) to create an anthemic, yet personal track for your enjoyment with “The Sky’s on Fire.” Potent raps aside, the breezy vocals of Brooklyn’s Adrienne Mack Davis adds a gripping tone to the already catchy beat. Even at the eleventh hour amidst the chaos and confusion, Rapps brings it together to acknowledge the fears, doubts, and insecurities around us.
The Masters of Ceremony is the first EP in a series created to fortify the cultural aspects of Hip Hop. We took it back to ground zero in creating these songs. The sole purpose of […]
This is the follow up to the 1 & 2 volume of jams Jinesis inaccurately described as music to read and relax to. This is music to slay your lady to between the sheets if […]