Dropping a new tune today is Canada based Rapper, Solyd Roy! Titled “Cruff Daddy“, the Kingston born Rapper shows listeners what he can do over this head banging Production. While he brags a little on the track, he also showcases his ability to handle the beat and let you know that he’s someone to watch out for. “I feel like this song was just me reintroducing myself to the HipHop scene as best as possible. I obviously had fun writing and recording the track, but at the end of the day, I just wanted the song to paint the perfect image of who I am musically,” said the Rapper. As the Hip Hop movement continues to rise in Jamaica, many members have taken it across the seas and even influenced other emerging and established acts. This is Stephen and Damian Marley mixed with some Kanye, rock to this! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard Jamaican Rapper Slim I.D. over here. Ever since he released his debut project, “The Initiative“, Slim has been a bit off-line but kept busy cooking up the masterpieces for listeners to consume. While he was featured on MoulaUE’s “Pray” earlier this year, Slim’s back on the scene with “Pop Shit“! Here Slim goes into beast mode and gives you the bars over a Trap beat provided by Jefferson Beats. Slim ups the flexing on this one and promises “Pop Shit” is just the beginning as he aims to flood the streets and your playlists very soon. Bust a dab to this by checking out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
After debuting their first single a year ago, the Super group “The Council” finally release their 2nd single, “The Final Countdown“. Produced by Inztinkz who also raps on it, The Sickest Drama and Nomad Carlos each take turns putting pressure on the beat and their competition and further making their presence felt on the scene. As they welcome another year, it’s time to celebrate like a Times Square new year, a Jamaican new year, or a Chinese new year! Off their “Nothing Else Matters” project that has yet to see a release date, tune in for the bars. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Fresh off the release of his “HeatRockz” EP with Producer Mordecai Beats, Rapper Five Steez introduces his “Dirty Couch” to the world in his first visual off the project. Directed by Scotty DreamKiller with assistance from Dirx, Steez drops the bars you know in between crashing and pouring up some Dragon Stout on his couch. With the Yellow/Black colour being prevalent throughout the video, this gives the impression that Five Steez is paying homage to the Wu Tang Clan here. This video wouldn’t be the same if members of the First Coast didn’t show their face and had their share of Dragon Stout on the couch. HeatRockz is available now! Get familiar with the boom bap Rap by checking out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
This Summer’s heat wasn’t enough for Recording Artist Khaos as he turned on every stove, fireplace, and broke the Thermostat on “Advertising The Truth“. Borrowing the Instrumental to American Hip Hop Duo BlackStar’s “Respiration“, Khaos fires off on how the truth is not respected nowadays, making dumb people famous, false promises, never letting anyone take his dreams, and dropping more knowledge in his music. Not even a Deep Freezer can keep this on chill right now. “So much on my mind that I can’t recline“. Expect more Khaos music very soon but for now, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The First Coast continues to make noise today as 1/4 of The Council, The Sickest Drama, aims to illuminate your 3rd eye with “Step Into The Light“. Produced by Damien Beatz, “TS, no BS, only sip V/X” is charged up as he’s on the path to show listeners that the mumble Rap needs to meet the trashcan. With an array of consciousness over the smooth Production, TSD shows that not only can he switch up the flow, but take the listeners far and wide with the lyrics! “Step Into The Light” is the first release off his upcoming project, and a possible teaser of what he’s to bring off the debut project from The Council. For some reason I’ve heard the opening bars of the hook a couple years ago (Was it from a freestyle TSD?). Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.