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Posts Tagged ‘rap’

Lord Conrad: “Videogames” redesigns trance

Constantly reinventing and discovering new, uncharted territories, multi-talented DJ, Songwriter, Dancer, Model, and Producer and Videogame lover from Milan (Italy) – Lord Conrad keeps churning out EDM hits. He has contin...


D.Denzel: “Private” – clever lyrics with energy and great flows

I chose the album “Private” completely at random, among the many on my desk, needing something to get me through an hour or so while doing something else, and thought I’d give this a try, almost expecting to skip through ...



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Jackman: “Lysergic Thoughts” – a self-reflective journey

Jackman is a Flint Native who faced many challenges in the production of his mixtape “Lysergic Thoughts”, the follow-up to his debut mixtape “The Basement”. Jackman was stabbed at a New Year’s Eve party which caused m...



Brooklyn Artist CLASS showcases his debut video ‘AIADW’

Class is a 26 year old artist out of Brooklyn, NY, who has been working on rap and production for 10 plus years. His debut video ‘AIADW’ is available on YouTube, and plays testimony to the talent found on the New York scene...


Javyn Knight: “Exodus” is gorgeous and incredibly lush

Javyn Knight releases his debut EP, “The Gospel Of Javyn” on March the 24th. The artist’s arrival to this event has not been an easy one. He left home at sixteen to join the army, completing his basic training and part of...



OfficialVybe: “Anubis” – the real magic is all in the totally original flow

Two years after being a coma for 47 days due to open heart surgery, North Liberty, Iowa rapper Vybe aka OfficialVybe, is back with a brand new 18 track album, entitled “Anubis”. The rapper who initiated his craft under the ...


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Jakson: “Light One Up” – an ear for light and wistful melodies

In the rap game, SoundCloud has grown to a point where it simply cannot not be ignored anymore. Employing a wildly aggressive and blown-out aesthetic, the flag-bearers of the genre are soaring through the streaming ranks and ar...


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Kilo M.O.E: “Keys To The M.O.E” – sharp as a guillotine!

In a world of repetitive mumble rap and boring trap beats, an album like “Keys To The M.O.E” comes as a big surprise to those who grew up on detailed lyrics and creative beats. Kilo M.O.E’s latest attempt at blending cont...



Quintin Tarintinto: “No Self Pity” – unburdened and spiritually free

What do Kanye West, Eminem, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, J. Cole and Kid Cudi, among many others, have in common, apart from being highly successful Hip-hop artists? They have all, at some time or other, suffere...


Miztuh Chazs & Rell Darza: “Inception Affiliate” – never compromising, never obstructed!

Underground artist Miztuh Chazs started rapping in 1993 at just 11 years old. Drawing upon his Alabama roots and influences from several musical genres, Chazs began using his music to escape from troublesome surroundings. More ...