‘A Seat At The Table’ is about self-love in a space that often seeks to destroy, demean and denigrate the souls of black folks, specifically women.
Tree of Lyfe has to be the real future of Los Angeles Hip Hop. His debut mixtape “The Growth” is extremely powerful, full of substance, conscious lyrics, soul and hard-hitting beats! He embraces the true essence of Hip Hop to the fullest! This 16 track mixtape has so to be one of the most original mixtapes for 2016, also its somewhat a tribute mixtape the The Fugees and other classic Hip Hop acts! As a MC, Tree of Lyfe is on a top-teir level, that’s for sure! Just listen to “The Score” & “Family Business”, he raps over classic Fugees instrumentals and it was like a knife cutting though butter! He rhymes are crazy!
But yeah, I can’t express myself enough to tell all of you this dude is not playing around when it come to real wordplay! A debut mixtape is sometimes a great introduction to a possible album in the works. He has already proved that the talent in there, now its just a matter of time when Tree of Lyfe drops his full length original project and really starts branding himself. Los Angeles is the mecca for entertainment, so he is well situated, being based out of a great city, we know for sure since the BLOG is based out of LA as well. Yes!, there are a whole lot of MC’s out here too, but the real ones rise to the top, and Tree of Lyfe might possibly be on the tippy top.
For anyone out there tying to listen to some quality Hip Hop, this mixtape is for you! Dont sleep!
Kedzie recently took on Tai x Le Shuuk’s “Unicorn” and gave it his own personal twist. He made use of the vocals of the original and crafted a more vivid and enthralling listening experience that can easily get a pumped up energy going. Overall a captivating musical journey that can definitely rile up the senses. Hit Play and Enjoy!
Kedzie – Tai x Le Shuuk’s “Unicorn” (Remix) | Download |
We are proud to premiere this powerful new single by Dag Savage titled “All My People” Ft. ADAD & CashUs King Fka CO$ $ . Produced by Exile And Theory Hazit.
In the face of the seemingly constant injustice and murder black and brown people have been facing by the hands that are supposed to protect and serve, Dag Savage has enlisted fellow Dirty Science crew mates to speak upon the subject through song. We recruited the Windy City’s own Adad and Leimert Park, Los Angeles’ best kept secret Cashus King(fka Co$ $ ) to help express our sentiments through sound. ‘All my People’ is more than a song, it’s a call to action, our plea for all those who believe in justice and equality to speak up and let their voices be heard. For now enjoy this audio and ask yourself how you can be a part of the solution.
From Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” to Post Malone’s “White Iverson,” Naderi has been leaving his melodic mark on fan favorites for awhile now. Flume’s “Lose It” featuring Vic Mensa is no different. While the original utilizes obscure synths and instrumentals, Naderi takes on a more bipolar approach. By harnessing hard basslines and sharp snaps of the snare, the tune takes on a rugged Hip Hop sound, but by the time the drop hits you’ll be swimming in melodic goldmine of euphoric synths and tubular bells.
“When I heard this song I lost my shit and instantly wanted to put my touch on it. Hope you guys like
Flume Ft. Vic Mensa – Lose It (Naderi Remix)| Stream Only |
Check out BRBRCK’s latest album titled “BACKSTAGE“.
Created entirely in a half-bedroom-sized home studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn, BRBRCK’s self-produced BACKSTAGE pulls back the curtain on the life of the urban artist. Sarcastic yet genuine in his lyrics, BRBRCK embraces his dreams and insecurities and splashes them over lush, dynamic beats he produced with the iLL harmonic, a cohort of New York City musicians whose influences span from experimental jazz to classical, from folk to funk.
After coming off his 5th release that was signed to Warner Music Group, Sean Turk returns this week with a sensual number that belongs in a Victoria Secret commercial. He has been calling this signature style “Bedroom Bass” and if you can believe it, 60% of his following are women. His Brandyn Burnette remix is another sensual record if you are feeling these vibes.
In just 6 months, Sean has managed to impress Sebastian Ingrosso and his team, sign a record to Warner Music Group, air on the radio 4 times (one of those being the largest radio station in New Zealand), rack up several million plays online, and break the Hypem top 10 with all 5 releases. Safe to say Sean Turk lives up to Run The Trap’s following words knowing he has another Warner Music Group signing releasing soon.
“Sean Turk’s one of the hottest up and coming producers out there.”
Sean has been in the studio nonstop week after week and he had this to say about the progress so far,
“I worked a long time and spent thousands of hours on my craft. I was always trying to create music that would draw emotions out from people. I wanted my audience or even just ONE person to feel the same way I did when the record was created. To finally see things unfold is such a blessing honestly.”