If this isn't one of my favorite MC names in a minute then I don't know what is. Dashius Clay drops an EP of remixes to his single "Stoner and a Stunna" with "just about [every] genre including but not limited to Dubstep, Trapstep, Jungle, House, Hip-Hop, and plenty more."
There's nothing sexier than a strong, intelligent woman...give her some turntables and a scratch education from the illustrious DJ Qbert [true story] and not only do you have palpitations but you have Cleveland's DJ Kachina.
Keep your eyes and ears ready for her (which shouldn't be a problem). Enjoy.
Smooth. That's how I can best describe the vibe of this project.
Los Angeles-native @Qualmes divided his time between holidays in Copenhagen [Danish mother] and summers in Tuscaloosa so me being an international man [Honduran-born, Ohio-raised, STL/Asia-educated] I can definitely dig the collaborative roots in his sound. Respect.
There are hella people in the A$AP crew. So if you haven't learned now that A$AP is the crew and Rocky is the dude consider this your lesson.
Obviously there can never be another Wu-Tang but as far as an east coast crew of dope unorthodox spitters go, A$AP is certainly in the running for this generation's east coast super group. What do you think?
When I was with Iron Solomon for his west coast tour we stopped in Vancouver and linked up with platinum-selling emcee, @Moka_Only. After chopping it up he asked us (Iron Solomon, DJ M.I.A., & Me) to be in his video...so we were...here it is. lol
I forget whose idea it was to actually hold up DATs but we thought it was funny. lol
Dope song off the collaborative album with Ayatollah, "Bridges".
I've been kinda sleepin' on Hit Boy but finally decided to give it a run through and he's pretty cool. Reminds me of like...Big Krit mixed with the Cool Kids (as far as his voice and delivery go). He has some pretty heavy features on here, too. Whatchall think?
SK4MC is dope. I've been a fan of his and have been posting some of his stuff for awhile. "[His] 4 different personalities come together to collaborate on a cypher track.
SK, NBD, Samuel, and 4000 spit their each unique style over a Messiah Musik beat."
Who would I be to not post the homie, MGK's new mixtape? A bad friend/supporter, that's who. I've known dude for the past...3 years or so and have been a supporter since we met when we did a show in front of 15 people to us performing with Chip the Ripper in front of 800 to seeing where he is now.
Ask his team about Essince, they'll tell you the same. Respect.