The second of the previously mentioned McPick2 from Silas. FLAMES!! Yoga even!!
Silas drops the first of two new Freestyles stylistically called McPick2. The next will drop tomorrow. This one features Silas flipping up his styles up like it’s no big deal. Track comes complete with that Street Fighter effect. Be sure to check out his critically acclaimed project The Day I Died.
New music from Savvy, nothing I can say that isn’t said in the song. Check it out and let him know what you think.
What does one get when you mix emcee Pyinfamous and producer 9th Wonder? 10th Wonder, that’s what. Check out 10 tracks of bars upon bars spit over some soulful production as Mississippi meets North Carolina in the most brilliant way.
With the release of Book of Savvy 2 slated to drop later this month and rumors of The Bottom Line being completed, Savvy (Crown Me Entertainment) drops a loosie that he recorded for the Nat Turner Soundtrack. “Revolt” features a fiery call to arms from the Jacktown emcee in the form of a singular verse bookended by an iconic Malcolm X speech over bass heavy production by Mack XI. Get familiar with the name Savvy, if you aren’t already, this is gearing up to be his summer.
Silas is an emcee/musician who hails from Jackson, MS. He recently dropped his album The Day I Died the follow up to his mixtape Rap Revolt. An musical journey into the evolution of Silas as a person and an artist. The album is thoughtfully put together and riding the wave of the viral sensation “Gullah Gullah Island”, it is sure to make some noise. On the day the album dropped, Silas also released a video for the hit single. The video captures the feel of the track perfectly. Riding the beat produced by Donche, Silas draws a vivid picture of his own personal Gullah Gullah Island.
“Where they couldn’t bring crack to the hood, cause there ain’t no hood. Tyrone and Keisha doing pretty damn good. All the kids wearing hoodies, coming from the back of the 7/11 with a bag full of goodies. Skittles with a can of Arizona on deck, from a black owned store cause we mobbin’ like that”
So click the video above and let Silas transport you to his utopia. Then click below and pick up the album. Reject Regular Rap.
For a complete review of The Day I Died by Silas click here and check out what the homeys at Hood Hippie had to say about it.
Run out and pick up 5th Child’s EP “Child Support” now on his BandCamp page and support the child….see what I did there? New album dropping next month, you will certainly want to be the first person in your circle of influence to own it. Peace
Yea, so as some of you may know, my new album My Conversations with God will be released on October 17th. Well, I was never really into the whole GoFundMe or Kickstarter crowd-sourcing to get raise money for a project that’s not even out yet. I don’t believe in you giving me something for nothing. However, I DO believe in #ChildSupport. Here’s a 5-track EP of brand new unreleased songs to prep you for the album. It’s available by donation of however much you see fit. Drop by 5thchildmusic.com or stop me when you see me to pick up a copy. I can’t wait for y’all to hear the album, but in the meantime…5th Child presents #TheChildSupportEP
“Where you go to volunteer, this is where we’re stuck at” 5th Child droppin’ dimes on em. The Y. Valentine produced, “What You Need” is the lead single from his the highly anticipated album, My Conversations With God, due out sooner rather than later I hope. Video directed by Theca Jones and features 5th Child chopping up and distributing America’s true drugs of choice.
David Banner and Big K.R.I.T. are assisted by an U.G.K. inspired hook over a deep and aggressive beat that draws comparisons to a movie score. There is power as well as pain in the music. “My Uzi” is the lead single from Banner’s album The God Box which will be dropping this summer. Personally, this is the Banner I’ve been wanting since the Crooked Lettaz days. He is right on time with it, his voice and his message is needed now more than perhaps ever. So salute the man who put Mississippi on his back and helped pave the way for the Hip Hop scene here. Click the link below to support……
Comprehensive Beatdown is back for episode 15 and this week Bloggy Bonilla and Silent G check out “Surf” from Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment, who are best known as the backing band for the Chance the Rapper. “Surf” is an eclectic debut from the band and includes a plethora of guest spots. Chance himself, who is an official member of the band, is all over the album as well. “Surf” was released as a free download on iTunes on May 28th and had over 600,000 downloads during its first week of release.
The guys also check out new tracks from Killah Priest and Ozay Moore, as well as a local track featuring several Jackson rappers, including Savvy, Doe Hicks, Hollywood Luck, Tricky LT45, Coke Bumaye.