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.
It’s taken me a little while to get around to checking this project out but i’m finally hip. First Coast Jamaica describes aficionados like myself who are obsessed with paving the way for an underground movement which clamors for a mainstream boost.
Words By: @Sef_Jo
The seamless Introduction to the project features the alluring vocal essence of Rosh. “One time for your mind..” is the message invoking a mindful meditation wherein listeners are asked to sit back listen and enjoy for the next 28mins~ Success, wealth and health for all.
- CITY SAVAGE
Clever metaphors and punchlines; sonics are on point too as we jump right in. Get used to the sound of Daley as his entire flow is switched up. At this point, I’ve made up my mind to refrain myself from too much comparisons. As we know, Mobay is the city Daley reps; I want to assume, however, that living in Pembroke Pines has had some influence on the Rapper’s creative experience. MoulaUE’s booming rhymes and OneLoveTheo final verse reminds us that we have got to keep it savage. This is the ultimate rule and trap culture is reiterated.
As an audiophile, I always love when Artists choose singles that will get me hype. This is what made me interested in giving the project a listen. From the Instrumental to the energy presented here, I’m hardly regretting my decision to compare Daley to some one else. The mystery box that is First Coast Jamaica is that just as it in every other corner of the world, you never know what you will find. Ignite allows me to experience the full versatility of Daley, solely. Don’t care how you feel about it, this joint slaps.
Jamaican Rapper Five Steez started off his “HeatRockz” season with biweekly premieres, and today the wait is over as he and Producer Mordecai Beats finally unleash their “HeatRockz EP“! Featuring 5 tracks, Steez aims to promote the “True School“, and bring that Boom Bap Rap that hasn’t been very present in the Hip Hop scene. With Rappers Nomad Carlos and Sosa being the only featured guests, Steez delivers bars upon bars over Mordecai’s vast Production and proves there’s no slowing down soon. The project will hold fans over until The Council, the super group that consists of Five Steez, The Sickest Drama, Inztinkz, and Nomad Carlos, complete their debut project. Artwork by Scotty Dreamz! Have a listen to the project below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Jamaican Rapper Lxrd Ezzi could’ve used his talents to speak on topics you hear every other Artist talk about nowadays, but instead he addresses love and Domestic Violence on “Keep Moving“. Produced by JayEDGE, Ezzi speaks on the effects of Domestic Violence, and how love can help to heal the emotional scars. An issue that is sometimes overlooked, it is up to Artists like Ezzi to help bring awareness, and Organizations to help educate the masses about Domestic Violence. The song was also made to motivate those who are going through it and other issues to speak up, be free and rise above the oppression. This is the first single off Lxrd Ezzi’s upcoming “Music For The Deaf” project. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
“For all the Dealers in the streets, and all the fly women in their Jeeps!“
Five Steez drops off another “Heat Rock” as the time draws near for his Mordecai assisted, “HeatRockz EP“. Today the Old and New Schools find common ground in the “True School“. Over hard hitting drums and eerie samples, Steez bobs and weaves and delivers dope lines speaking on “Dime A Dozen“ Rappers, not following trends, the true essence of Hip Hop, and of course showing respect to those who keep it true to the craft. This single is for those who push the BMWs or their feet, for those who find greatness in not only Old School Hip Hop, but in the New School, and for those who will keep this on heavy replay! Rock to this one by listening below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With “HeatRockz” on the way, Five Steez reloads another clip and fires off with “Mic To The Check“. With Mordecai Beats delivering an uptempo sample based Production, Five Steez dabbles in his signature wordplay skills to get listeners rewinding bars, and show their appreciation for the “Yard Nigga Rap“. Make sure you Google “Five Steez”, he has enough bars to build prisons around wack Rappers. His upcoming Project with Mordecai drops on August 30 on Bandcamp but for now, listen to the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.