If you’re going to be in the DC area this weekend be sure to check out the Broccoli City Festival with performances from Cam’ron, JMSN, Dizzy Wright, Chuck Inglish and more. In addition to already established acts, the festival will also feature rising DMV rapper GoldLink and producer Sango. To give music lovers a taste of what they will be hearing, the Sango reworks the classic Timbaland& Magoo “Indian Flute” track and lets GoldlLink feast. Like what you hear, be sure to check out our interview with GoldLink here.
Chicago rap duo A.S.A or Always Something Awesome are back with a new track “D$GNR”. Reelo and Spazz each drop a light verse about women with expensive tastes and nothing but “D$GNR” tastes. The production on this one flips Justin Timberlake‘s “Don’t Hold the Wall”, one of my favorite cuts from the The 20/20 Experience. If you haven’t already check out A.S.A new material from this year here.
Atlanta rapper Suni MF Solomon drops the video for “Turned Back” which she dropped back in September. Suni is releasing her 6th mixtape, 6Deep which drops on Mother’s Day. I know that Suni has been rapping for a minute so it will be interesting to see how she progresses on 6Deep. As always she raps over the cleanest beats, this time around over the Salvatore Perigio beat. Check the out the visuals above.
Brooklyn born, Atlanta bred artist, Michael Aristotle, let’s go of this dope blend that gets you excited for the Spring. With the weather finally starting to warm up, Michael Aristotle’s “On&On” melts perfectly on the ears. Aristotle is also the CEO and Founder of East Chain Records, a label started by his main producer/engineer/and best friend Willy Hendrix. Check out “On&On” below.
I don’t know if you guys heard, but one of the most polarizing cartoons TV shows, The Boondocks is returning to April 21 at 10:30 pm on Adult Swim. Its been a long four years, but the wait is finally over Boondocks is coming. Peep the trailer for season 4 above and be sure to binge watch the last three seasons and all their gloriousness before April 21. (P.S. new music/posts coming soon.)
Yesterday was the first day of Spring and also J.Nolan‘s birthday (Happy Belated from Museache). In proper birthday passion, J.Nolan raps over LL Cool J’s classic “Doin It” instrumental that gets you wishing for Summer. “Return of the East Coast” features J.Nolan shouting out the East Coast’s best rappers and legends. Check out J.Nolan’s “Return of the East Coast” below and enjoy the sun over the weekend.
Still fresh off of the release his Soul Purpose EP, E.Nigma returns with the smooth James Mocroo 007 produced track “That’s it”. Collaborating with Georgia’s DeVin Maze, the two get introspective as they describe how that girl turns into that special female. “That’s it” will be featured on E.Nigma’s Soul Purpose DELUX as well as DeVin Maze’s upcoming “Sirkus”. Look out for both of those projects in the near future and revisit E.Nigma’s Soul Purpose EP here.
Man, there are so many more sides to ILLFIGHTYOU now that UGLYFRANK has unleashed his EP. Kream Team has laced FRANK with some real slappers and the man just ripped em all. I love the title in which it serves as confusion before you hit play on the set because the EP puts you in various levels of being turnt and anomaly (turnt needs to be in the dictionary).
Yes, I’m still a hardcore fan of Charles Hamilton. The guys from HamilVision put together a visual for one of his recent tracks from Catholic Illuminati: Infinite Psalms. Take a ride with CH on this one as he pinks (pleasantly overthinks) on his travels in life and music behind the wheel.
Chester Watson, after recording mad tracks, finally releases his anticipated adventurous mixtape titled Tin Wooki. You can tell with the amount of tracks he’s been running laps in the lab. In Tin Wooki, he takes the time to narrate a little about his young life at 16 as he carries you with that slick laid back and drowning flow. Most of the tracks were self-produced and he includes beats from Psymun, Damacha, and much more!