Marvelous Mag teams up with Hus Kingpin on “Here We Go Again” off of Mag’s upcoming mixtape Florida Orange Juice. No fancy stuff, just raw hip-hop as it was intended. Production handled by Tape Roc
Krumb Snatcha drops some classic Gang Starr Foundation type material here with assistance from producer Keith Science. K.S. drops some science to assist in helping those listening to build themselves up. Keith Science, from New Jersey captures the purity of the boom bap sound here while Krumb Snatcha does what he does.
Canibus can rap, this has never been questioned….well okay at times he needs his might notebook. He’s smart too, however, purchase albums at your own risk. “Pay Me In Gold”, produced by JP Beats, is a laced with knowledge, hopefully we will get more of this. His next album Fait Accompli, drops on June 10th, sample it here. Peace.
If you are not up on Ugly Duckling, please do yourself a favor and do some digging. Thanks. Andy, Dizzy and Einstein have been put out nothing but quality music since their EP Fresh Mode dropped in the late 90s. The group has put out several LPs and been featured on various media outlets over the years. “A Little Samba” appears on their debut full length album Journey To Anywhere and displays Andy and Diz’s unique and versatile vocal styles and the polished sound of Einstein’s production. The upbeat and fun track take a serious jab at the mainstream music of the time, and remains just as relevant today as it was a decade ago. The funny thing is, a lot of the groups that could have taken offense to this track are nowhere to be found, while Ugly Duckling still performs shows and has their music requested by die hard hip-hop fans. Their was a dope remix they released called “Another Samba” which was kind of the “anti-a little samba” track….