Delaware’s Jay NiCE spits hot lava over an impeccable production selection from the UK’s Farma Beats throughout his fourth release of 2019, a project which succeeds in elevating itself above most of the competition thanks to a satisfying combination of lyrical urgency and genuine creative chemistry.
Chrome – “Eternal Sunshine” (Chrome.BandCamp.Com / 2019)
Pounding self-produced beats and lively, quick-fire rhymes from the former Def Tex member’s forthcoming “Circus” EP.
Chicago emcee WateRR appears to have found the perfect sonic backdrop for his swaggering, forthright rhymes in the form of Texas production duo The Standouts, who supply the Windy City wordsmith with a strong selection of attention-grabbing loops and samples on this impressive long-player.
SPNDA x Vinyl Villain – “Money Has No Owners” (TheRealVinylVillain.BandCamp.Com / 2019)
The Boston-based emcee / producer duo offer dense, captivating rhymes and atmospheric beats on this title track from their new collabo EP.
The Blastmaster returns with his usual brand of lyrical edutainment mixed with Hip-Hop philosophy over thirty years since his initial debut on wax.
Canada’s DIE-REK channels his spirituality throughout this self-produced collection of inspiring, life-affirming anthems, crafted to motivate and encourage anyone out there struggling to swim against the tide of today’s turbulent times.
Clever 1 – “Unlicensed To Carry” (MarQSpekt.BandCamp.Com / 2019)
The Buze Bruvaz member delivers typically boisterous, politically-incorrect rhymes on this self-produced cut off his forthcoming solo project “Da Dirty Harry Gun Faculty”.