Let’s keep it real: this song is cold as hell. Autobiographical, elaborated upon, and scenic are three words/phrases to describe the lyrics that he is spitting. Oh, and that wicked piano loop doesn’t help due to its intangible ability to make one sit, shut up, and listen. Yeah: this is a dope ass song.
Word on the street is that this single is getting radio burn. Well deserved. I mean, Rapsody has always been cold on the mic. Channeling her inner Lauryn Hill on the chorus and spitting realer and realer by the record, Rap is becoming undeniably fresh. I applaud her maturity and stance on fake support, the crookedness of the game, and unworthy opinions. Listen up!
Big Remo has a project out called Sleepwalkers. Jamla is the squad. Big Remo is “old school hood homie that is good with words” dope. Rapsody is “old school female emcee destroying everything in her clutches” dope. Watch the video and enjoy the visuals.
Really, though: Jamla is slept on. I don’t know how long that will last. To be honest, Halo is pretty unknown/unsung/unrealized. See him perform live? Full of energy. This song is actually much more mellow than what I am used to from him. The Blind Poet? Find it. Download it. Bump it.
Yes! More visuals for one of the most underrated albums to come out this year. I’ll let you all sleep while I understand the understated genius that is Act Proof. They outdid themselves with Black Boy Radio. Personally, you all need to make them sell a lot of units.
Chuuwee is teaming up with Sundown of Act Proof for a mixtape? Yo, this will have to be bananas. Judging from this song, it will probably be overtly dope. People need to pay attention to the subtle Star Wars references Sundown makes on the track, though. I’m feeling this right here.
Rapsody breaks out with her new single off of her lauded mixtape For Everything. With this video, she goes through important words, names, and ideals that are important to her…in relation to the alphabet of course. Also, all the illiterate fools can learn how to say their ABC’s. That way, you can’t say she didn’t teach you something, right? Right.