Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Approach's next project is coming in April. "Aloe Park" is produced entirely by Ohio super producer Ill Poetic. Be on the look out for it and Approach in a city near you.Wish i had more information for you as far as an inside scoop, but i haven't heard the album yet. we'll have to be surprised together.For updates on all things Approach check out: www.myspace.com/approach or www.datgang.com
has finally released a 2nd album in the form of "The Playground". Assisted by Leonard D Stroy's production Ubi and Godemis of CES Cru definitely don't play around with all 19 of the tracks on the album.This album further solidifies them as one of the dopest groups in the Midwest.Get your copy here on iTunes:
The debut single from Kansas City emcee Louis Rip is brought to you in the form of a somewhat apocalyptic offering. "End Of The Free World" will be included on Rip's upcoming album 'Vestige Autonomy' available via Datura Records. To check out what you'll be getting yourself into come 2012, download the single here:
The latest project from the homie from STL comes in the form of a super solid mixtape. Don't let the title fool you, it has more to do with birthing new styles than it does with actual paternity. The mixtape is filled with both head nodding soulful selections and crisp bangers, all of that is tied together with Vandalyzm's fluid flow. Find out how he sons the mic by downloading it from here:
If you're like me your favorite thing in the world is a new instrumental album. When i downloaded Oddisee's latest showcase of his production skills i immediately grabbed the pen and pad. This as well as his other production projects show off just how talented Oddisee is. Grab your copy at oddisee.bandcamp.com
Since we're talking about Stik rapping, i'll let you in on a project he released at the very turn of the current year. If you want to listen to really dope bars, patterns, and structures Stik showcases all of these with this mixtape. The only flaw in the tape is that the mixing isn't exactly seamless. You can download the mixtape from Stik's blog; itsstikfigamayne.blogpot.com.
Two of my good friends D and Stik did an album together, and what turned out was a really solid album. It was voted as one of the best albums of 2009 by a couple different publications. You can see for yourself when you download it on www.iknowdwill.com.