In anticipation of his upcoming project(Hangar 31) with award-winning producer Skyz Muzik, Greensboro, NC's own Rodd.D gives his fans a few bars to sit back with a freestyle entitled “No License”. Rodd.D delivers yet another lyrical verse, this time over a TaeBeast(TDE) painted production. Unlike any track he’s released recently, Rodd.D spills confidence in just 16 bars.
Boogieman Dela x Dedeus MC x Wesmanchild - Philly2Brazil
Boogieman Dela links up with one of Brazil's DOPEST female rhymer's, Dedeus MC. Even though from two different parts of the world, Philadelphia and Sao Paulo, Brazil, the two blended well in the studio and came up with a dope tune produced by Wesmanchild!
TwoineyLo is a 16 Year old Lyrical Artist from Baltimore City that is working non stop to be the best & accomplish his dream. In a recent interview, TwoineyLo stated "To me, Rap is more than music. I believe that Rap is an art but most artist do not paint vivid pictures for their audience to visualize as they listen."
Song Description: DJ YRS Jerzy and Chox-Mak are back at it again with their single "Ima Get Mine". This song describes the struggles in life and the message behind the song is to keep grinding and you will make it. Focus on your career and never worry about some one putting you down always accomplish your goals.
RIP JVN: 1993 - Infinity; Configa on the Beat Tribute to John Vietnam
What started out as an entry for a competition I ran last year to win a place on my album (which John Vietnam won pretty unanimously via the panel - see my associated competition video for reference) - quickly became something WAY more, due to JVN's extremely untimely passing, very shortly after. Sadly, we never had time to record the track properly, so his entry, entitled "Need Wisdom", stands alone as one of the tracks (even though it's just one verse) that I'm most proud of in my career. This kid was set to blow, I knew it, and everyone who knew him, or of him, knew it. It's just an honor to have his vocals bless my beat, bearing in mind what happened shortly afterwards. Anyway, he was a great guy, and understood hip-hip as a CULTURE rather than as just some disposable trash. I'm a hip-hop academic, with a PhD, and this skinny teenager could hold his own with me in a debate - amazing! I just wish we had more 19 year old's like him to carry the flame. Rest In Power - John Vietnam. Rapper, Poet, B-Boy, Scholar.