It’s the illmovement! Brand new release from the hypertalented band. The Doots camp is no stranger the social commentary and conscious subject matter, but this specific release is more focused on that. The vocals are accentuated to embolden the meaning and message of the songs. Wealth of mind, wealth of grind.
Gotta make ya’ll aware of a couple of new releases that are coming out, not no obvious stuff though this is a place of discovery. I got a few albums from dudes who have shown and proved in the past at least once, and now they got some ear blessings to grant. I’ma just get right into it.
Dig these groovy sounds from the DMV superstar, and fancy flow extraordinaire, Goldlink. Cuz has been putting in work with a handful of hit singles, a dope video that got some major press, and even a noteworthy verse in that Frozen 10-awarded Mike of Doom joint.
Fat Trel recently signed up with the MMG crew, and had to follow up with this project here. This cover has to be the most hilarious cover I’ve ever seen.
Underground hip-hop vets, Cunninglynguists, present this project featuring a load of other underground legends. These dudes have been in the game for over a decade, and continue to fail to disappoint. If you paid attention you might’ve peeped a single or two. Also, this joint was out for free for a few days, so ya’ll gon have to forgive the late report, but you can still listen to the whole joint playas.
Last but not least, it’s ya boy Rugby, the Kush God, the one and only Smoke DZA. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know what this is. Go ahead and support that, dude throws in 20+ brand new tracks.
Audial epics by ST3 rapper, Kwes da Natty Jedi. Yo boy chills, spits, swags, and flows his way through this 8-track EP. He establishes himself in more than one type of sound, which is commendable in itself. You also get a piece of Kwes the man, in his personal life. It goes deeper than just talking trash on tracks. Features Frozen 10 awardees, CJ the Genesis and Suede Moccasins, among others .
Texan firespitter, Rickee Stylez, grants some audial goodness with his debut musical compilation. He comes right out the gate with a concept of social enlightenment along with some clever wordplay, and strong technical ability. This is the second of my August Anticipation projects I’ve been telling ya’ll to check out. I feel like this is a birth to a potentially legendary MC’s career. Enjoy this, and let me know how you’re liking his tunes.
Also, check the lyrics to the tape on Rapgenius
Chiefy Panda finally releases his anticipated third project, the Purple Theory. The majority of this album is produced by the supremely talented Suede Moccasins along with an instrumental made by Sol Daylahh who produced the Mareo Nissan EP I posted earlier, and one from Chief Panda himself. I’m about two songs in and its sounding good, it’s chill music. Listen for yourself though.