from the Long Live The Hustle project, coming soon!
Too Trillion and I will be dropping Doin Da Most later this month. Look out for this guy to make noise with this project, it has been a pleasure working on it.
Joe’s new mixtape will also be hosted by DJ X Rated! Watch your back at work if you’re gonna check this one out, features XXX star Gizelle
No Sleep Til Monday drops their first track off the self titled project Hosted by DJ Black Bill Gates x The Real D.J Mook x DJ MLK x Kurt166
A darkly personal, film-like, eight-song release from the Atlanta-by-way-of-Philly MC
Just in time for spring, Sean Falyon perversely puts out DECEMBER, a dark and foreboding EP that ties together a series of hyper-literate rap vignettes about things falling apart. In the style of good kid, m.A.A.d city, this deeply personal release is kept moving along via hard-assed, warm-hearted answering-machine advice from his moms. “All The Paper,” a dark-night-of-the-soul trap track, is prefaced by a warning from mom to avoid a troubled cousin, who’s just out of jail. The title track is fueled by novelistic details like “Another funeral, the usual/ Shedding tears and teddy bears.” And all of it is delivered in Falyon’s simultaneously heady and visceral style. Continue reading
Atlanta production collective, SMKA, blocked out 882 Studios for 4 days, and invited many of Atlanta’s most talented and progressive hip-hop artists to hang out, eat, drink, collaborate and make music. The Hang Out took place from February 7 - 10, and for 14 hours a day, 4 days straight, Justin Padron, of 882 Studios, recorded artists over SMKA production.
The Hang Out compilation features more than 50 different artists on 20 original records produced entirely by SMKA producers: 808 Blake, Kato and Justin Padron. The Hang Out showcases the depth of talent, and diversity, that makes Atlanta’s hip-hop community the most creative and influential in the world.
– The Hang Out Line-Up –
Scotty, Jarren Benton, Playboy Tre, Tuki Carter, Spree Wilson, EarthGang, Jackie Chain, RaRa, K. Camp, Aleon Craft, Rome Fortune, Goldyard, Mach Five, Grip Plyaz, Miloh Smith, GoDreamer, Money Makin Nique, Sy Ari Da Kid, Will, Cooly Wright, Ducko McFli, Tom P, Sean Falyon, SL Jones, Willy Joe, iNEDEED, Marian Mereba, REi, Young Lyxx, Stanza, Jus Nice, Red Coat Da Poet, Cool is Mac, Gilles, Mic Barz, Jack Preston, Small Eyez, Mums FP, Supakali, Grants, Justin Paul, Spacesuit Junkies, Tom P, Sydney Renee, Ben Frank Jr., Grands, Kusdem, Bags, P. Dukes, Grady The Great, San Williams, TK and Bamn Ford
a theme for the stackers, as opposed to rapping about blowing money all the time. Jaey and Dirt take the road less traveled and take rap back in the direction of grinding. This song is pretty recognizable these days due to the superior production and the way they both flow over it (the radio luv they’ve received doesn’t hurt either)