I love this visual to this dope track. Keep working my brother, your’e almost there.
I looked up flights, trains and busses to make this freestyle battle only to find out that it was CIAA, my cousin’s birthday weekend and then a sudden death in my family all at the same time. I have been waiting for the footage since and finally I am posting this anticipated battle.
Phara Funeral is decent but 40 B.A.R.R.S. is still a lyrical beast, that girl is not a human!!!
Who do you think Won? Phara Funeral? 40 B.A.R.R.S.? Let me know how you feel.
I have been playing this song in my stereo since the weekend.
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I decided to do a post on some Underground artists that I have been listening to for the past couple months. Some of these artists you may know and some you might just be getting hip to them. Underground music has took over my life lately mainly because I am getting bored with mainstream music.
Check out these artists!
I got exposed to Shun Ward while I was on The N-Crowd radio show. I like his smooth voice and anyone who can do a great remake of Sade is always a plus. The “Dying for love” single was the first track I heard, he is a really talented guy.
Joey Badda$$ is a rapper out of Brooklyn. His buzz been ringing but to me he is still underground and I love it. My cousin sent me his music one morning and I have been hooked ever since. His flow is insane and those instrumentals are classic.
Gabbie Giftsz is so innovative. I love how she does not bite her tongue and is not following the trend of female rap. Check out the interview I did on her, she’s dope!
ladies this is my ultimate booty shaker right here. I can’t keep still when this comes on. I always got to show love to my African culture.
Of Course I have more, so stay tuned next week for so more dope artists!
Let’s get back to the music.
“It’s so hard to stay sucka free in a world full of lollipops”
DMX might be known for being crazy but he will always be one of the greatest MC’s in Hip Hop. This quote is one of my favorites because it discusses the problems with our generation. People need to stop following these lollipops and live their lives for themselves. I refuse to be mediocre and I will always be true to myself. Why? Because I respect the real in me and I refuse to get sucked by these vultures. How do people just let other people control their lives and use them? Is that the price we have to pay for the good life? If that’s so well I guess I’ll never live be able to live that life.
Stand up for something or sit down and be licked.
Peace.. Soul.. And Flava
58 Mics is starting this year off with a classic sound. Mike Lovehall has finally released his 1st debut EP, “Blues People” with tracks produced from Q-Tip to DJ Premiere. This tape has a selected 5 tracks including a collaboration with 58 Mics rapper, Maac Cruiz. This guy is legit and I’m throughly impressed. I definetly get an old school vibe when I listen to this and I love the message in his music. The intro was dope, the instrumental reminds me of something Biggie Smalls would freestyle on.
Follow Mike and Maac on twitter @_birthofthecool and m_liveatthebbq
Check out Mike Lovehall’s mixtape “Blues People” on DatPiff.com!
I say what I wanna say and I do what I wanna do. There’s no in between. People will either love you for it or hate you for it.
Too many of us are living our lives for other people. Let’s start living for ourselves because regardless of the good or bad we do we will always be talked about negatively or positively.
Hate it or love it, I will always be me.
I swear this female is a certified beast! Boston native 40 B.A.R.R.S. in my opinion is the best female battle rapper out right now. If your hip to QueenOfTheRing.TV you have seen her featured in their battles and she is battling another talented battle rapper, Phara Funeral on February 23rd. This chick’s word play is remarkable and I love her clever flow. I appreciate whoever put together this video because she deserves it.
Check out some of her studio tracks and if you want to know a more about her check out the video below
I’m speechless, Kai Davis is a beast at such a young age. She was the 2012 PYPM Slam Season Champion. For her to write a poem so vulgar yet so real and powerful, I support you my sista. Keep speaking because you apart of the talented tenth of our generation.
Check out this interview with her. What a talented young lady.