Hopping on the popular “Hotline Bling” track today is Jamaican Rapper, Vindon. Renaming it “Highest“, Vinny flips the single into an ode to Marijuana and states that only the best of herbs can enter his grinder and his papers. The things weed can do. Blaze one for Vindon as he prepares to release his “2020 EP” in a few weeks. Send him a few bags too so he can pass a few stars. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Giving listeners something to tide them over till his album drops is Slim I.D. Here he takes a jab on Future’s “Thought It Was A Drought” beat to let listeners know that he’s busy crafting the singles, and he hasn’t abandoned the booth. “The Initiative” hits the Internet on August 24, and best believe he won’t be turned down like the new Buick. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Repping where he’s from today is Rapper Gully Cash with a new freestyle. Over the Wu Tang Clan’s “Ice Cream” beat comes “Kingston 20“. Here he gave an idea of his day to day life, rules he abides by in his neighbourhood, showing respect to his crew and the “Gs” while effortlessly flowing over the old school production. Gully Cash has been staying busy since his last performance at Pay Attention and he may have another full project in the works. Stay tuned. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Having a crack at the instrumental from Kendrick Lamar’s blazing “The Blacker The Berry” today is Khaos! Here he flexes his revolutionary muscle and gets at the oppressors and detractors who have made his people suffer for centuries. He also wants to give them a dose of their own medicine and show his people to think outside of the regular programming. With a mix of Assassin’s contribution, Khaos’ verse, though short, adds an effect to the already powerful single. It’s about time we got some new Khaos music, be on the look out for more verses this year. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s new music comes from Jamaican Hip Hop artist, Slim I.D. Freestyling over Drake’s “Energy” where producers Mercutio and Dennis added their spin on it, Slim drops witty lines about enemies, fake friends trying to take away his energy, getting girls even with owning a Blackberry, and running the game even when he’s not at the forefront. Slim I.D. may have taken a stab at the “IYRTITL” track, but which beat is next? He aims to broaden his reach this year with his clever rhymes and working with great producers. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.