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Artist: The Next feat. Immortal Technique & Talib Kweli
Track: This American Life
If you want music with a message Immortal Technique and Talib Kweli never disappoint. They’ll always give you a dope track.
Posts tagged Hip Hop
Track: Badaboom (Drake Diss)
I’ve always been able to tolerate Ludacris, but I’ve never purchased any of his albums. I’ve always seen him as a good entertainer, and if his music ever came on I wouldn’t have an issue listening. With that being said I hope you enjoy this Drake diss.
Oh man, I need to get one of these shirts. Simply put, those are the wisest words I have ever read.
Artist: Ghostface Killah, Sean Price & Trife Diesel
Track: Laced Cheeba
Album: Legendary Weapons
This is an ill ass mother fucking track right here. I knew this track wouldn’t disappoint with the veterans Ghostface & Sean P, but the young Trife Diesel handles his bars like a champ. I get pumped when I see Trife on any track. This dude got some skills/heat, but he’s really never had a true chance to shine.
Album: Random Axe
Artist: Random Axe (Sean Price, Guilty Simpson & Black Milk)
I got an amazing deal yesterday on this album right here. It was only $1.99 on Amazon as an MP3 Album, so I had no choice but to buy a copy. Which is a good thing for Duck Down because I was going to hold off on purchasing this album. I’m glad I didn’t though because I’m bumping the shit out of this album right now…these joints are on heavy rotation. I should also mention that Sean P! is one of my favorite emcees, so that might have something to do with it.
Track: Mr. Nobody
Album: R.E.K.S. (RHYTHMATIC ETERNAL KING SUPREME)
I first discovered Reks when he released his sophmore album “Grey Hairs”, and to me that album was perfect. It was by all means a hip hop album. I could play that album from beginning to end without skipping any tracks, and now he’s done it again with his new album “R.E.K.S.”. He has gained a spot in my top emcees list.
There are so many ill tracks I could’ve picked from his latest album. Mr. Nobody seemed to reach out to me, and I think its because I can relate to his experiences. After everything is said and done Reks has created another masterpiece. As long as emcees like him are able to make music; hip hop will always have a way to survive.
Slaine feat. Reef The Lost Cauze & Vinnie Paz - Landscapes
Sick ass track off of Slaine’s upcoming album “World With No Skies”, but then again any track with features like this is going to be ill (not dissing Slaine because his solo joints are sick).