Do you own Mr. Hood from K.M.D.? You should.
Street Certified is the upcoming release from Brownsville’s own Lil Fame and Fizzy Womack a.k.a. M.O.P. “Broad Daylight” is from said album and features hip-hop’s Dungeon Dragon joining the dynamic duo of punch you in the face music. The result is what we would call a banger or a smash. Grab Street Certified on November 18th and if you refuse then I assume the worst about you.
This is the David Banner that I’ve always supported. I understand the duality that is his career. You think you have to appeal to the majors in order to maintain your platform. I can understand the argument. Once that foundation has been poured then you must stand for something though. I hope this is what we can expect from Mr. Banner in the future. Ever the student of his home state, see if you can catch what I feel is the inspiration for this track. Not trying to cause any problems but this entire track feels a lot like #MileGarvey maybe it is just me? You be the judge, regardless, we need this from Mr. Lavell Crump.
Tragic Hero is releasing a series of tracks title #InTheMeanTime they can be downloaded for free. The latest is a neck breaking little ditty called “It’s Real”. A sinister beat featuring Tragic’s signature flow, check it out, follow him on the twitter, and download his music on the iTunes/Bandcamp/Soundcloud. These tracks will be the lead up to a new album and accompanying tour. Stay tuned.
As Black Milk prepares to bring the world If There’s A Hell Below, the coldest emcee PyInfamous grabs some Synth Or Soul and announces his return from a short hiatus. On “WANW” Py brings us two minutes of straight lyrical snapping. #Jackals
If you are not up on PyInfamous, then simply click here and check out his resume, it’s quite stellar.
Visual treatment for V. Nova’s “Abstract Art” from his HIPS3 album. Tek and Steele aka Smif-N-Wessun, appear alongside the Brooklyn emcee. Showcasing hip-hops 4 elements in the video, V. Nova pays homage to the history of the music while bringing along a couple of veterans to round the song out. Keep the art alive!
Elite The Omen, one quarter of The Syndicate, drops “The Black Man” fresh off the heels of his release New World Order back in July. With so much going on in the country Elite gives a view of things from his unique perspective. I got to hear Elite perform this track at Freedom Sunday, a bi-weekly event held every other Sunday in Jackson, MS at Smith Park. Get familiar.
I stand behind the statement I made a few years ago, Coke Bumaye is the biggest rapper in his city. His resume is impeccable. He recently dropped Amerikaz Nightmare, and now he’s back with a couple new tracks on The Nightmare Continues (EP). Be sure to cop everything you see with Coke’s name on it. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Enjoy!
Marcel P Black described his forthcoming album Black Collar as more about being a conscious brother trying to do right by my family, my community, & finances. The album is dropping on November 28th, also known as Black Friday to you victims of capitalism. Put this album on your Christmas list and provide a copy to all your friends. It is the gift which will keep on giving.
Below you will find the lead single and title track “Black Collar”, produced by Chi-town producer J Filly. The Oklahoma born, Baton Rouge resident breaks introduces us to his definition of Black Collar on this head nodding track. While you are waiting on Black Collar to drop head over to Marcel’s Bandcamp page and download his previous albums, you will not be disappointed.