Reks and Hazardis Soundz collided to produce Eyes Watching God which is a masterful concept album. Delivering both a God and Devil side. “Fear Of God” is a iTunes bonus track featuring Knowledge Medina and High Collide. Here it gets the video treatment for those of you who have not gone to iTunes to purchase it yet because you obviously either do not know or you do not like good hip-hop music. Either way, you are losing.
PURCHASE: REKS & HAZARDIS SOUNDZ – EYES WATCHING GOD (iTunes)
PURCHASE: REKS & HAZARDIS SOUNDZ – EYES WATCHING GOD (CD)
Singapore Kane’s “Good With Mine” is a melodic neck nodding track, complete with soulful hook and an essential Reks verse. The combination is a feel good track you might want to bump a few times in a row to catch that feeling like everything is just going to be okay.
Canon is a budding emcee off Reflection Music Group, he’s been making noise for the past few years and is looking to expand upon that with Loose Canon Vol 2, which drops on October 7th. “Go Off”, which is the perfect song title, is a lyrical assault. Canon’s skills are on full display, channeling his Chicago-roots and delivering a blistering two minutes.
PRE-ORDER: CANON – LOOSE CANON VOL. 2
Stann Smith is a producer/emcee who is a founder of the EKOET movement. A group of like minded individuals who refrain from smoking, drinking, and drug usage. “All I See” plays off the cliche’s that surround the independent artists plight trying to make a name for themselves in an ever changing music industry. A couple weeks ago he released “Ferguson”, I do not have to explain this to you. The video is below. Watch it.
Episode 28 of WHAF Radio features our heroes Skipp Coon and Satchel Page reuniting after a week apart for one of the best episodes to date. Joined by Lorenzo Gayden and Willie Watkins the duo take on everything which has emerged from the NFL’s worst week ever, without specifically discussing the NFL until the third segment. DJ Jonasty holds down the iffa iffas and the jigga jiggas.
Marvelous Mag channels his inner ATCQ on “Free Ya Mind”. The perfect mixture of soul and jazz filled with enlightened lyrics. D. Flowers on the hook. This is one of those tracks that make you want to sit back and reminisce. As an added bonus check out his tribute to Praverb who passed on to the ether unexpectedly. Enjoy. If you don’t know about Praverb, then click here and get familiar. Donate some money to a man who put his money where his mouth was.