Friday, June 15, 2018

[Video] Ojilla The Trapper ft Goonie Vanexel – Gone

Born, raised and then relocated from Harvey, IL, an south suburb of Chicago, IL, he was early on crowned as the “Hometown Favorite” of the surrounding cities of Kenosha, Racine, and Northern Illinois suburbs since the early 2000s, OJilla has always been a house whole name with his unique soulful, realist sound of hip hop street music. After an 8 year hiatus of serving prison time, after only 10 months of being home, OJilla burst back like he never left with keeping up with the times bringing his own original flow on top of up beats tempos and memorable songs that appeal to many audiences.

After a recent interview w Ojilla, he reveals Master P & 2pac were definitely the most inspiring in his life. Moving forward, he’s looking forward to collabing with the likes of Young Scooter, Young Jeezy, & Rick Ross. Gone is a track that allows Ojilla to touch fans on a personal level while delivering that realness that the games been missing.

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Sunday, June 10, 2018

[Single] VerseBorn - Long Days (prod by VerseBorn)

The new installment of Verseborn’s continuing series of single releases proves he was focused on staying on form. “Long Days” is a solid track with more than a handful of glowing moments and ultimately is an impactful release. A few seconds in, and you can tell this will be big. It has a slow, daunting piano and bashing drum build-up, before the artist launches himself into the arrangement with the melodic hook, and then slides into the verse.

Raised on Wu-Tang, Verseborn also takes inspiration from Talib Kweli and RZA. Hailing from California, where he is a member of KonQuest, the artist has worked with many record labels including Universal Music Group, Def Jam Recordings, E-One and others.

The beat on “Long Days” drops like an explosion we’ve come to expect from Verseborn, and moves ahead like a thrashing crocodile in turbulent waters. The Californian rapper and producer jump-starts the track with his high energy and electric flow.

Verseborn sounds good, bending his style a bit, but not too much where it’s awkward. I like this slow and steady tempo, feels like popping a bunch of speed and running on a treadmill in slow motion. The power and loudness of the piano and drums are ridiculous.

Verseborn really must have loved this beat because he is riding these verses with blistering confidence. You can tell when a rapper has a lot to get off his chest by the amount of space they take up on a beat, and Verseborn is going strong here, ripping the beat with passion and zeal.

He raps, sings and produces like he has multiple personalities. Sounding larger than life he truly burns a hole into the beat. After 5 minutes it is clear that Verseborn is still producing hard beats and telling interesting tales that put you into his world and mindset.

Verseborn is the rapper he has always been, likely the rapper he will always be. The formula has built him a loyal following and an immense amount of support for his authenticity and dedication to producing what’s real.

Personal moments happen in flashes, enough to make you believe that you know Verseborn a little better than before listening to this project. He’s like a flame that’s determined to burn each song down. And it’s intriguing to watch him glow on “Long Days”, especially when you realize that his fire is destined to get a whole lot hotter in future!

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[Video] Purpman Kash - Hated On Me

Watch the official music video for Purpman Kash - Hated On Me by TruVisions Visual Shot and Directed by TruVisions @TruVisions_

[Audio] Dirty O ft Just Brittany - Feel Alive

Feel Alive (feat. Just Brittany) · Dirty O Feel Alive (feat. Just Brittany) ℗ 4th 2 North Released on: 2018-05-23.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

[Video] Scrilla Marley X Arsonal da Rebel - Living Off The Grind

Hailing out of Irvington, New Jersey; Scrilla Marley is an artist gathering the attention and following of rap fans across the country, based on his authenticity and genuine word play. With the game currently lacking authenticity, words/images lacking true bonafide experiences, Scrilla Marley brings to the game an artist that tells it how it is.