Yo if you ain't cookin' that indelible flyness it ain't making this list! 8 In The Clip EP12, and we have combed high and low through the Hip Hop spectrum to give you a concise hit of that DOPE! You know what time it is...If you have something we need to hear hit us up : firstname.lastname@example.org
Moment of silence for DMX. Rest In Peace.Episode 11 of 8 In The Clip and we soldier on. As we continue to source the best of the latest from Far East and West. We bring you a decided more underground mix, highlighting those that we feel are definitely on the come up!
The undisputed #1 is damn Mortal Kombat perfection from DJ Muggs and Rome Streetz. Check the project, 'Death And The Magician'. Give this project steady bump, and if you doubt why I be all over it, check the lead single, 'Prayers Over Packages'. Rome Streetz comes hungry out the gate like he been starved in isolation. Shxt bangs from front to back, and there isn't much more either could pack into the track! Dank, dank, dank.
How many official Conway projects a calendar year/per year. Duder is truly a machine of the Skynet ilk. Like Damn Homie, no chill... bars on bars, steady flow. While I went to focus on the guest spots, which I thought were fresh, Ransom, Rome Streetz, Knowledge The Pirate, and Shots, the solo joints on here do not play the background. Conway on some steady inclining, effortless grimey shxt. A nasty gutta that keeps givin'? I jest. Get you some prime rib, ripped from bone 'ere.
The cream of the crop this go around was, without a doubt, the standout project from The Winners camp capo, Hus Kingpin, and the project, Portishus. The LP is surprisingly deep, clockin' at near 20 tracks of dopeness. It's cinematic noir rap through and through, and while it does reference Portishead as the title, it uses the trip hop band more so as a spearpoint of influence rather than an overtly repetitive one.