Despite all the hate that T-Pain might get from his autotune, no one can deny how great this song is. Everything from the beat, to the chorus, to the rhymes, to the video, and even the style, it’s just a classic. Check it out and enjoy.
In anticipation to Childish Gambino’s new album “Because The Internet”, here’s a little gem found on his mixtape “Royalty”. Unnecessary has that classic Gambino charisma, a beat that can go hard for years, and some great verses from Ab-Soul and ScHoolboy Q. Check it out and enjoy…but that’s unnecessary…
Ever since the early days, Danny Brown has always been real. Generation RX comes off of Brown’s Hybrid, before the hair, yet it still is classic Danny. This beat is really complimentary to the skirmished vibe of the song and subject matter so its pretty good. Check it out and enjoy.
The 90’s were a golden era for hip-hop. It was a time before all the party and gangster rap was around but people still found wittty ways of displaying their lyrical ability and rap perspective. Among other things, the 90’s also brought about some classic hip-hop where you can just kick it and chill. Camp Lo’s Coolie High might be one of the top chill tracks I’ve ever heard, and still to this day, every time I hear it I can do nothing but a take a breath of fresh air and chilllllllllllllllllllllllllll. Enjoy.
Pusha T has a point to make in this song. It is his time, it is his hour. With such finesse in his lyrics and an ear for some truly remarkable beats, he is the on to beat right now. He knows how good he is, and he’s not afraid to show it. Check it out and enjoy.
Shabazz Palaces continues to blow my mind with what they can do with hip-hop whenever I listen to them. Gunbeat Falls has definitely become one of my favorites with how subtle and quiet it is, but still it goes so hard. And that beat with the broken sounding piano and the twangy guitar is just infectious. Check it out and chillllll.
Rick Ross may play a huge role in the rap community, but I personally wasn’t much of a fan. But after hearing this remix, I couldn’t resist not liking it because its just too darn good. The video combined with the remixed version of Hustlin’ is a great day-starter. Check it out and Hustle.
Even when you think you know everything about an artist, there’s always more to surprise you. Fashion Killa was a song that I just kinda glanced by, but now it heavenly beat absorbs me every time I listen to it. Check it out and chill.
The beauty of living in this modern world is that everyone can make a studio quality song. D.T. is one of those artists who has a flow that’s got game, and an ear for beats that bumps. The flow that is developed at about the 1:20 mark is mind-bending. Check it and enjoy.