Dar$e Louie drops the first visual offering from his forthcoming mixtape, LSD2. His single “1993” is about trying to figure out where your mind goes after death. The Laneo Cinco-produced single also samples the legend, Selena.
PRODUCER: Knx PROJECT: N/A UPCOMING RELEASE: The Terrence Malick EP RELEASE DATE: June 30th
Listen to South Florida rappers Engmnoir & Linxdior rhyme and rip their way to hopefully one day become greats in the Florida Hip-Hop culture and shaping it to a Hip Hop mecca. Though this record won’t be featured on his next project, but you can expect an EP from Engmnior to drop this summer.
PRODUCER: Lee Bannon and ThemPeople PROJECT:The Wave[s] ARTWORK BY: Hayveyah McGowan LATEST RELEASE: The Water[s] | Download
Maybe it did take time for rapper Mick Jenkins to slowly familiarize himself with rap lovers but his new single “Alchemy” continues to portray the dense thoughts seen in previous material. Produced by Lee Bannon and ThemPeople, “Alchemy” has an intergalactic vibe, with a uniformed length of space between the beats. Jenkins really is an alchemist, the transformation of his beats throughout the track reflect Jenkins variations in tone. This distinct song magnitudes his belief of water symbolizing truth. For instance his 2014 mixtape titled The Water[s], includes the songs “Drink More Water”, “Shipwrecked”, “Dehydration” and “The Waters”. Jenkins obsession with truth conveys how he’d re imagine society or more specifically how he’d re imagine the rap game. This unorthodox tune sparks up a new message uncommonly seen in his other tracks, where Mick answers to the inquires about his love for ginger ale and water. The public service announcement at the end of the song is a slap to the cheek for all those wanting to know more about his fixations. For more of Mick Jenkins contagious contemplation, check out his new song “Alchemist” featured on the forthcoming EP, TheWave[s] above.
If you are looking for a straightforward song, look no further than T.I.‘s “Bankrolls on Deck” which comprises of Young Thug and Grand Hustle members, Peewee Roscoe and Shad Da God. The slow progressive tune produces a laid back appeal that presents a glassy featurette for fast spitter Young Thug. The collaboration opens a jar of Atlanta, Georgia and spews out a song of lyrical simplicity. This song is included on Grand Hustle associate, DJ MLK‘s sixth installment of the upcoming mixtape Goodnight Don’t Exist in ATL. We look forward to hearing more from the mixtape, but for now enjoy “Bankrolls on Deck”.
Miami rapper Jigg, releases the emotional kickstarter “Stairs”. He platforms periods of his life through dense lyrics. The ever changing beats in his recent songs convey Jigg‘s flexibility. Besides the traditional boom bap bass, the record is produced by StayLookingOut. Jigg sets new goals with upcoming mixtape High Grade 3, and dates set at the Stage for April 9th and at Will Call April 13th.
PRODUCERS: Cool & Dre NEW ALBUM: Pilot Talk 3 | Purchase
Curren$y‘s new track “Pot Jar” featuring Jadakiss has a stress relieving vibe. The soothing humming and melodic harmonica float behind the verses from the two. All the layers blend into a warm and laid back song that produce an innocent sound. With a bar like “don’t let the little things stress you”, this tune answers to everyday life. With Pilot Talk 3 now available for purchase and his schedule booked with Pilot Talk 3 Tour dates, you can expect a solid roll out for his newly released album.
PRODUCERS: Hit-Boy & Dot Da Genius PROJECT: The Good Vibe Tribe RELEASE DATE: April 2015
Audio Push release their new single “Normally”. The deep vocals of the duo play over this harmonic harp, which instantly moves toward an electro futuristic sound. Besides the hit to the background beats, the song produced by Hit-Boy and Dot Do Genius is not unexpected. With the group’s most recent tour run with Wale for ‘The Simply Nothing’ Tour and the success of their single “Quick Fast”, we can’t wait until they drop their mixtape The Good Vibe Tribe later this April.