Tag: Intro

New Music – Manhattan Coqui

It is hard not to notice the adaptability and lifespan that Wiki has had as a career MC and writer in the harsh game of rap. It seems more like a sport for him as he bounces from court to court, whether on this…

Classic Day – Bodega Boy

Even though it was previously and initially released in 2007, it would not be until the next year where Corner Store Classic (Remixed) would jump into the arms of a young, but confident hip-hop head. After exchanging several hands, the first seconds on “I…

New Music – Devil’s Night

An indirect way to approach rap and hip-hop comes the experimental but lyric heavy storyteller clipping. that enacts under immense atmospheric pressure and paranoia. Through their newest release There Existed An Addiction To Blood, clipping. draws direct inspiration from the 80’s horror themes that…

STREAMING // (Video) DaBaby – “Intro”

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New Music – Leaned-Out Buffalo

“Too many niggas starving in they raps, better get a job, sell crack,” begins the Buffalo bruiser Camoflauge Monk on his 2019 release, Last Real Nigguh 2. As if it was the best-kept secret of rap, Monk has a sound that no others can…

Classic Day – Deadly History

A debut record in an artist’s discography is such a vital piece to their career in the music industry. Whether it becomes a number one against all odds, or falls to the wayside; 1st Infantry is the first look at the art of The…

Classic Day – The Stash Box

Somewhere between the glory of the three rivers, the stretching hills, the sprawling Strip, or the Yinzer mentality; Strict Flow preserved a triple threat of beats, rhymes, and steel city heat that could only be connected by a city of bridges. On their 1997…

Misc. Day – The D.C. Souljah

“Don’t worry about what the fuck he be doin’” are the first words that open up WIFIGAWD’s Trenches To Riches, a certified hood classic that relies on all the direct mechanical pieces to create a new aged hip-hop dessert. The weighted production handled entirely…

Classic Day – Chopped Not Slopped

It can be incredibly difficult to pinpoint exactly when hip-hop took over the mainstream through underground roots. While it may seem commonplace in 2019, remixing whole tracks by slowing them down, adding a new flair of glimmer and gloss was not such a simple…

Classic Day – Gold Records and Teeth

“I Dreamed that I was…hard” describes Andres “Dres” Vargas Titus on the first cut on A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing. The 1991 record coming from Black Sheep, the duo from Dres and William “Mista Lawnge” McLean. A direct affiliate of the Native Tongues, where…

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