ItsNate & JD. Reid – WG1KLG

For those who are–like myself–unfamiliar with British slang and generally bad with acronyms, “WG1KLG” equates to “Wah gwan? Kool g.” I don’t know about you but personally I think that’s a pretty dope greeting. Could I pull it off? Definitely […]

Penthouse Penthouse – ‘69 Camaro (Feat. Bobby Saint)

To call “‘69 Camaro” panty-dropping music would be a gross understatement. This cut is, quite literally, a baby-making jam of epic proportions. The instrumental was inspired by “Dandy In Love,” which, much to my surprise, is part of the soundtrack […]

Tips for Submitting Music to Blogs

Hey all! I’ve been working with more and more artists of late for PR-related reasons, so I figured I should lend the knowledge I have gained at this point to y’all on submitting music to blogs. Check out our checklist […]

Rakeem Miles – It Ruins. It Kills. (Prod. GoodNite x Rakeem Miles)

Most drug dealer raps are ignorant and braggadocious. Rakeem Miles’ “It Ruins. It Kills.” is different. The GoodNite co-produced track is brutally conscious and numbing, as Rakeem faces the harsher, less glorify-able realities of selling drugs. The production is uneasy and drugged-out […]

Max Wonders – TV Off (Prod. Sowle)

My first exposure to Max Wonders was his haunting cut “88 Changes” a while back and I was blown away by the amount of talent and intelligence displayed by the young emcee. The Chicago native yet again shows musical capabilities […]

Goodbye Tomorrow – Goodbye Tomorrow

So apparently I’m a little late to the game with my recent discovery of Chicago’s Goodbye Tomorrow. The group (we think?) is an utter mystery, no one seeming to know who exactly they are (if they are in fact more […]

Reece – Don’t Go (Prod. Jumpa)

This is my first experience with Reece, but I’m definitely going to keep him on the radar from now on. Reece’s vocals reminds me of The Weeknd–they’re emotional and beautifully full of despair. “Don’t Go” is a song about a […]

Mike Melinoe – Zaddy Sayda (Prod. Sayda Beats)

The cross-pollination of concepts creates fresh, beautiful ideas. Sometimes the best things come when two very different elements meld together to make a cohesive whole. Mike Melinoe’s “Zaddy Sayda” is the prime example. The Sayda Beats-produced track features Melinoe experimenting […]

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Kareem Skully – Don’t Fall In Love (Prod. IGNORVNCE)

I’m going to preface this post by saying that I love/hate that I am writing about another Boston artist. It’s great that Boston is representing, but on the flip-side I hate it because I don’t want Flying Tides to be […]

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