Introducing to the Blog, is Recording Artist Zac Jone$! Bringing in his own flavour of “Yaard Rap” with his new project, “Ridin’ Thru King$ton“. This 6 track project is described as “A sonic joyride through KING$TON, Jamaica with Zac Jone$ at the wheel“, this features production from Negium, Felly, GamerBoomin, ICYTWAT, and MNSTRMKK with Felly, GYYPS and Benjamin contributing verses. The Jamaican Hip Hop movement has spread far and wide over the years and despite it not being as mainstream as its musical sibling, Dancehall, it has been on the radar of many top and upcoming Artists and Producers elsewhere. Be on the look out for more from Zac Jone$ and his Stony Recordings movement. An enjoyable listen for the regulars, and something new and exciting for first timers, check out the project below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Feeling like Ghostrider on the track today is Rapper Tazz with “Ignite“. Produced by Omito Beats, Tazz makes it known that he’s not playing any games this time around and whoever opposes will be put to the back. Tazz has been keeping his name buzzing with a series of freestyles and original music as he prepares the release of his “Savage EP” that was originally slated to drop in early 2016. Stay tuned as he continues to blaze trails and wave the Montego Bay and High Tunez Gang flags. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
What we have here, is a lyrical exercise between 1/4th of The Council and a one man army. The Sickest Drama along with Triple Threat bring to you the lyrical Theatre for your ears called “Infinity Gauntlet“. Produced by Massy The Creator, the First Coast Rappers bring forth a “Clash of the Titans” scene over a dark Production filled with haunting choir vocals. With more bars than your favourite Correctional Institution, TSD gives you an idea on what he’ll provide on the upcoming project from “The Council“, while Triple wants you to know he’s nice on the beats and you should pay attention. No 3D Glasses and movie tickets required. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Trinidad’s bringing in some new heat today courtesy of Jimmy October and Jay Nahge! Titled “Tag ‘Em Up” and produced by Anson Soverall, the duo decided to flex on a beat that sounds “Jumping on the V.I.P. Couch“, “Order more bottles” and “Make it rain in the club” ready. Dropping lyrics back and forth, if you haven’t heard Hip Hop out of T&T, today changes all that. From the good folks at the Overdose Music Group, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping a new visual today is Jamaican Hip Hop Artist, Imije. Titled “Rankins” and directed by Kemstyle Studios and featuring T.M.O., the two Rappers kicked the flow up a notch and drop commanding lyrics over a hard hitting Mordecai Beats production that was blessed with a Shabba Ranks “Respect” sample. Respect the Red Block hustle. Off Imije’s “Immortals EP” (available here), check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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