OFFTOP’s Gnarly Nonsense Is On Edge In His New Track “PUNK” Prod. By Freezecvp

Posted: August 15th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent, Stream | Tags: , , | No Comments » When Gnarly Nonsense of OFFTOP raps he reminds me of early Eminem. Some might consider that statement to be a stretch, but I don't think so. The violent, self-deprecating lyrical content is comparable to early Slim Shady. Gnarly Nonsense is on the edge in "PUNK." "My old girl hates me, my new girl hates me, my best friends hate me, and I hate myself!" Gnarly needs your help. The booth is his therapy session and Gnarly proudly talks his shit on this Freezecvp produced track. Read more

Listen To “Up” By Dolla$ignDunn

Posted: June 17th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent, Stream | Tags: , | No Comments » Dolla$ignDunn has a great voice on the microphone. The slight rasp in his vocals sounds like each word is delivered from the pit of his stomach. Personally, I would not consider this to be an energetic track but the pulsing strings heard in the instrumental will keep your head nodding. Listen to "Up" right now. Read more

Listen To Joe College’s New Song “You Think I Didn’t When I Did” Prod. By Drew & Qdott.Davis

Posted: May 31st, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent, Stream | Tags: , | No Comments » Joe College has yet to fall short creatively. If you have followed his progress over the past few years his content has improved tremendously. "You Think I Didn't When I Did" produced by Drew and Qdott.Davis is a player's anthem. Think Jay Z's "Girls, Girls, Girls" or Mase's "Lookin' at Me". The song is suave and the beat creates a swaggering aura, especially when Shelsie's vocals are added to the track. If you like this, watch Joe College perform live tonight at The Saint in Asbury Park, NJ. Read more

Passport Rav Releases A New Track Inspired By Mental Health Awareness Month Entitled, “Surrender”

Posted: May 23rd, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent, Stream | Tags: , | No Comments » My favorite hip-hop songs speak directly to your soul. "Surrender" focuses on the woes of depression and how to overcome it. In the first verse we learn about the conflicts that led to Rav's mental state. After sharing his problems he embraces the idea of getting help. At the songs conclusion listeners will hear him ultimately surrender. This is a must listen and one of Passport Rav's best songs to date. Read more

CRIMEAPPLE Releases The Buck Dudley Produced Song “SPIKE UP”

Posted: May 17th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Audio, Independent, Stream | Tags: , | No Comments » CRIMEAPPLE'S lyricism is like the fine print of a promotional ad. On its surface you know how good it is, but need to look a bit closer to understand the benefits. "SPIKE UP" is headphones rap because it requires your undivided attention. The song is progressive storytelling over a low decibel soundscape with higher vocals to make it impossible for listeners to miss a bar. Read more