Lucid00 rapping over Big L’s “Platinum Plus” at the request of Danny C. (whoever that is).—-
Post by Mark GaryOak Pheonix.
He was actually challenged twice so now he has to go into a meat locker in Alaska and pour ice water on himself, while drinking ice water, while wearing nothing, in the winter or donate $1,000 (this isn’t real, please don’t do this).
Mark challenged me, but I think I’ll just be boring and donate (might do it later, not sure yet).
A little late for posting this but if you haven’t downloaded this already, you should now. I first heard Steve G Lover on Royalty and this mixtape does not let down at all. Literally every song is a great listen and that is hard to find these days. High Art has an awesome production list, with at least four tracks by Chemist, so you can’t go wrong there. —-
I love this song! It has a killer beat and Chox-Mak has crazy skills. I only wish the song was longer. These guys are always busy putting out tracks together and I think they make an awesome team. You can keep updated with them here.
Directed/Edited- Ande Emilio @kidhypheny BlueL
Shot by- Dashing Randy Singleton/Moses Acosta
Music Production - @lucid00
Engineered by - @ford4d
(Source: @KidHyphenY on Twitter)—-
Directed by Andy “blueL” Emilio
Rich-P dropped his first track of this year, coming with everything you’d expect from Rich-P, bars, flow, etc, etc… and the vid features a little bit of cinematography to boot.
Manuel Silva *ahem* Manny Sachem hath released a new project, coming two years after his last mixtape Champagne ‘N’ Diamonds this is a big overhaul of the artist formerly known as Manuel Silva.
First, he’s singing on this.
Second… actually that’s all you need to know, Manny’s already a great producer and rapper.
This project has an oddly smooth vibe, where it’s half smooth and half Manny (refer to Champagne ‘N’ Diamonds to get what I’m saying), all in all it’s a great listen.
The producer PredatorPr!me dropped a new mixtape featuring vocals from A.T.M., Eddie Slight, Jorok, Pho-Blackout, The Anomoly, Skitzo, SpaceDwella, Tru-P, MegaRan and Acrylic Style’s own Mark Pheonix.
The beats on this are crazy, and they’re complemented well by rappers that definitely understand how valuable flow is to songs.
Most of the tracks are of a chill laid back vibe, but there are around 3 to 4 tracks with a more New York style boom-bap style to change things up a bit.