The second of the previously mentioned McPick2 from Silas. FLAMES!! Yoga even!!
Hiero all day. New music from the veteran and capable emcee Pep Love is always welcome. “Prayful Hurt” is mellow track which matches up to his smooth delivery quite well. No word, but I hope this means we will get a new album from the Oakland based rapper.
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.
It’s Episode 54 of Comprehensive Beatdown with Bloggy Bonilla and Silent G!
The guys are back this week with one of their most anticipated albums of the year, “Take Me to the Alley” by Gregory Porter. This is Porter’s 4th solo album and his follow-up to the Grammy winning (best jazz vocal performance) “Liquid Spirit.” Silent G talks about his experience seeing Gregory Porter at Jazz Fest in New Orleans last weekend in the Jazz Tent as a severe thunderstorm wreaked havoc on the festival grounds, causing the cancellation of the remainder of the day’s shows, including a two-hour Stevie Wonder performance.
The intro music comes from the new Lack of Afro Album, “Hello Baby.”
If you want to keep up with an inordinate amount of new music, follow Silent G’s 2016 Albums/EPs playlist on Spotify.
Bloggy Bonilla and Silent G are back with the 34th episode of Comprehensive Beatdown. This week the guys check out “Bad Neighbor,” the collaborative album from MED, Blu, and Madlib.
The intro music is from the most recent posthumous release from J Dilla, “Dillatronic.” New songs from Kirk Knight and Joey the Jerk are also listened to and discussed.
Silent G’s 2015 Album/EP playlist on Spotify:
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Comprehensive Beatdown hits you with Episode 27 this week, featuring “Deeply Rooted,” the 12th studio album from Scarface. Bloggy Bonilla and Silent G bot hold high regards for Scarface and you will hear both of them argue for his inclusion in the list of all-time greatest MCs. @scarface-brothermob
The intro music this week if from UK producer Ekoplekz.