With features from Jhene Aiko, Jay Rock, Schoolboy Q, and Kendrick Lamar and more, Ab-Soul drops Control System and shows why he is the next TDE member on the rise. If you’re lookin for some good music with dope beats and lyrical substance check this one out.
Its nice all the way through but my favorite tracks are: Soulo Ho3, Track Two, Terrorist Threats, Pineal Gland, Lust Demons, Illuminate, Nothing’s Something, Black Lip Bastard (Remix)
Download: control system
Kendrick and his mentor Dr. Dre come with another banger. Kendrick is definitely the next to represent the West Coast!!
Download: The Recipe (Hulkshare)
From the newly released mixtape Black Boy Radio, Actual Proof (Sundown & Enigma) bring you Show You The Way. This song features Jamla labelmate TP. A nice fun track to vibe to if you’re looking for something new to listen to.
Sir Michael Rocks Drops Premier Politics 1.5 (DatPiff)
If you happen to follow the Cool Kids, then you know that Chuck and Mikey make dope music. You also know that they do their own thing from time to time and Mikey has a new alias, (Sir Michael Rocks). Well Premier Politics 1.5 is what Sir Michael kept off of the smash, Premier Politics, that dropped last summer. Definitely does not disappoint. This is a great listen. Some cruisin on a nice summer day type music. Sir Michael provides his smooth lyrical flow over beats produced by Cardo (Taylor Gang producer), BrandUn DeShay, and Tye Hill.
Favorite Tracks: Imagine, Hit A Lick, Pajama Pants, New Dress, Checkin
The Game’s newest video from last year’s chart topping R.E.D. Album features Compton’s newest lyrical phenom Kendrick Lamar. The video depicts a young individual’s gang initiation gone wrong while Game and Kendrick rhyme over a dark Cool & Dre produced beat. Game, as usual comes through with his hardcore persona letting everyone know he is still that dude holding down for “The City”. Kendrick gives u a lil bit of who he is on the chorus and steals the song, in my opinion, at the end when he just rips off line after line of pure heat acapella style. This was easily one of my favorite tracks on the album and this video definitely holds true to what can and sometimes does happen in “The City”