Seeing Hooks By: DJ reach even further with his uninhibited creativity, this collaboration with singer Danielle Hollobaugh makes for a smooth, shoulder-swaying alternative hip hop track with equal parts delicacy and weight.
A stylishly retro beat meets with a uniquely raspy and rhythmic vocal on this latest release from hip hop’s RichPutt. The soundscape in particular grabs you from the offset, the crisp and clean finish fuses well with those classic details and layers that take you back to a simpler time.
Tracks B kicks in with intention and grit on this latest freestyle. Captured live during an interview at Highly Unique Radio in Atlanta, the performance manages to captivate and significantly exceed expectations as Tracks B flaunts both his story and his unwavering flow in the moment.
Superb production and a clear talent for the art-form stand tall at every step on this incredibly eclectic yet firmly rooted and heartfelt project. Byron Bank categorically offers precisely the qualities that first ignited the spark in hip hop.
Las Vegas brothers Menace To $ociety work hard to craft and create hip hop with purpose. They write with intention, an underlying story and meaning, and their music speaks volumes on behalf of that.
Paully fuses the brightness and near-EDM energy of electro-pop with a heavy bass-line and a laid-back lyrical backbone for this latest release.
Offering up precisely the depth and perspective implied by the title, Bless Me When I’m Dead brings through a fairly classic beat, rooted in the vibes from hip hop just a decade or two ago.
Absolute Doubt and Lucki collaborate to bring music fans a brilliantly dreamlike EP, fusing superb sound design with a laid-back and sleepy vocal delivery, creating the kind of late-night vibe insomniacs and those at the end of a long week alike will revel within.
CEO Fields drives with a clear understanding of and connection to the importance of hard work and dedication in line with a natural talent and passion for the process. This is the method for success, and 25/8 deals with it directly, and it does so amidst a fairly unique beat; and with a quickly engaging pair of vocals.
Underlining dashes of influence from the likes of dance-hall and hip hop all at once, the song takes its time to fill the room, leading from a dreamlike aura into a delicate bounce of a beat, progressing from simple, catchy melodic development to a more London-inspired rap flow.
Producer Groove has crafted this album of originals from a position of experience and genuine emotion, fusing the best of his abilities in sound design, with a clear connection to creativity, and a heartfelt look at life.
There’s something inherently inspiring and enjoyable about Scrubs – it presents a level of appreciation and connection, togetherness, that’s rarely introduced or celebrated in hip hop.