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Dime – “Live On Sunday Nights Vol. 1” (Album)

Atlanta based MC/Producer D.I.M.E. recently dropped his first Volume in his “Live On Sunday Nights” beat-tape series. Be sure to look for more work from the up and comer in the near future and stream the tape below!   The post Dime - "Live On Sunday Nights Vol. 1" (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Atlanta, Albums, Jazz, D.I.M.E

Courtney Bell Drops Debut Album, ‘Poverty Stricken’

With features from Reason, DCMBR and Janae Lynn.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Courtney Bell

The Sound of Revenge by Chamillionaire Turns 15

Chamillionaire was one of the dopest mixtape rappers not only in Texas, but everywhere. His Mixtape Messiah series is legendary and he was damn good at marketing himself. Nowadays, Chamillionaire is deep in investing and no longer puts out music. 15 years ago today, Chamillionaire dropped his major label debut, The Sound of Revenge. Bun B, Scarface, Killer Mike, Lil Wayne, Pastor Troy and Krayzie Bone all appeared on The Sound of Revenge. Turn It Up was his first single and it featured another...
Tags: Music, Texas, Albums, Hip Hop, Jazz, Chamillionaire, The Sound of Revenge, Mike Lil Wayne Pastor Troy, Sound of Revenge, Troy Radio Interruption Frontin, Tami Latrell Void

My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Turns 10 Today

Kanye West is one of the most polarizing figures to ever pick up a mic. We know about his recent struggles with depression and even made a bid to run for President. Kanye is one of the better musicians we’ve had ever as his production has always been great. The College Dropout, Late Registration and Graduation are considered classics. Kanye’s first three albums made him a megastar, but 808s & Heartbreak wasn’t for me. Two years later, Kanye released his 5th solo album. My Beautiful Dark Twiste...
Tags: Music, America, Albums, Kanye West, Hip Hop, Jazz, Rick Ross, Kanye, Heartbreak, Kanye West Check, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Jay Z Nick Minaj, Jay Z Rick Ross Nicki Minaj Bon Iver, Swizz Beatz Jay Z Pusha T Cyhi, Prynce RZA Devil, Rick Ross Runaway

LL Cool J Mr. Smith Turns 25 Years Old Today

LL Cool J has gone down as one of the greatest rappers of all-time. LL dropped his first album back in 1985. Radio just turned 35 a few days and it put LL Cool J on the map. After going platinum with his debut album, LL went double platinum with his Bigger and Deffer joint. Fast forward almost 10 years after Radio; LL dropped his 6th album Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith was one of my favorite LL albums as he had a mixture of slow and hard joints. Hey Lover was the first single and it went on to win a Gr...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Albums, Hip Hop, Jazz, Smith, LL Cool J, Lover, Mr. Smith, Keith Murray Fat Joe, Terri Monica Hollis

Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild Drop Collaborative Album, ‘Sinners & Saints’

Featuring the likes of Che Noir, 38 Spesh, Ransom, Planet Asia and others.
Tags: Videos, Asia, Albums, Jazz, Buckwild, Rasheed Chappell

Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild – “Sinners & Saints” (Album Review)

Rasheed Chappell is a 44 year old MC from Passaic, New Jersey who’s been making music for a little over a decade now. He just dropped an EP produced by 38 Spesh this past spring called Ways & Means but to follow it up, Rasheed is enlisting Buckwild for his 3rd full-length album. The opener “Tour Bus” with Che Noir & 38 Spesh finds the trio comparing Trust Gang to the Wu over a piano instrumental whereas the title track is essentially Shannell Griggs rapping from a penitentiary phone line. The s...
Tags: Reviews, Asia, Albums, Jazz, Rasheed, Wu, Passaic New Jersey, Ways Means, Buckwild, Rasheed Chappell, Spesh, Musalini, Rasheed Chappell Buckwild, Trust Gang, Shannell Griggs

Meek Mill Drops ‘Quarantine Pack’ EP

With Lil Durk, 42 Dugg, & Vory features.
Tags: Videos, Albums, Jazz, Meek Mill, Lil Durk

DaBaby Drops New EP, ‘My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G)’

A heartfelt farewell to the rapper's late brother.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, DaBaby

Pawz One – “Dance On My Grave” EP

After telling the streets to “Watch & Learn” (album with DJ Dister), Pawz One is back with the story of the cost on “Dance On My Grave“. With crack, heroin, sawed off shotguns and tears in tow, Pawz walks back through the personal pain of his life.  Tapping into demons avoided on earlier work, Pawz unloads it all over production from Domingo, SBBX (Space Boy Boogie X), John Henry and others.  The post Pawz One - "Dance On My Grave" EP first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, John Henry, Pawz one, Pawz

Rome Streetz & Farma Beats – “Kontraband” (Album Review)

This is the brand new project from New York emcee Rome Streetz. Breaking out in 2016 with his debut mixtape  I Been Thru Mad Shit, he would make his presence in the underground known with following releases like Street Farmacy as well as the Noise Kandy trilogy & my personal favorite: Headcrack. He just dropped an EP earlier this year entitled The Residue & then the 4th installment of his Noise Kandy series back in June but to celebrate his 34th birthday, Rome has reunited with Farma ...
Tags: Reviews, New York, London, Rome, Albums, Jazz, Kandy, Lone Wolf, Farmacy, Daniel Son, Farma Beats, Rome Streetz, Rome Streetz Breaking, Radamiz, Streetz Farma Beats, Rome Streetz Farma

Arquitekto Verbal – “The Feature Presentation” (Album Review)

Arquiteko Verbal is a bilingual Los Angeles based hip hop artist who mixes complex rhyme schemes with refreshing production to take his listeners on a trip into his mind on every track. I recently got the chance to listen to his latest body of work, “The Feature Presentation”. This album sounds like it was made for vinyl! I’ll gladly say off the bat that this is filled with 11 super cool tracks, all produced by Orchestrated Sounds, and some very carefully curated features to make it all come to...
Tags: Reviews, California, Los Angeles, CA, Albums, Jazz, Album Review, Los Angeles Hip Hop, Underground Hip Hop, Arquitekto Verbal, The Feature Presentation,, Arquitekto

LVRN Drops ‘Home For The Holidays’ EP With Summer Walker, Boogie, 6LACK & More

With Summer Walker, 6LACK, Shelley (formerly known as DRAM), Boogie, & more.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Boogie, SHELLEY, 6lack, Summer Walker

Roc Marciano Drops ‘Mt. Marci’ Album

With ScHoolboy Q, Stove God Cooks, Action Bronson & more.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Roc Marciano, Bronson, Marci

DaniLeigh Drops Sophomore Album, ‘Movie’

With features from PARTYNEXTDOOR, Fivio Foreign, Queen Naija, DaBaby, Gunna, Yella Beezy, and Ty Dolla $ign.
Tags: Videos, Albums, Jazz, DaniLeigh, Naija DaBaby Gunna Yella Beezy

Young Reela x Arone – “ReelOSSM 3” (EP Review)

Hailing from the Sunshine State, FL, Young Reela and Arone have just released the third instalment of The ReelOSSM – (O)ut of (S)ight (S)till in (M)ind – tapes, “ReelOSSM 3”. This 7 track EP is full of new school vibes and flows with a sprinkle of 90’s R&B, just lingering in the background. “Eye candy” was a definite stand out track. I’m always a fan of songs that flow on from the last, in the same way that “Eye Candy” quite flawlessly flows from “Area Codes”, which is another great track. I al...
Tags: Reviews, Instagram, Albums, Hip Hop, Jazz, Album Review, Tory Lanez, New Hip Hop, Arona, Arone, Young Reela, Reela, ReelOSSM, Sunshine State FL Young Reela

Deuce Ellis – “Midnight Ouroboros” (Album Review)

Deuce Ellis has a really cool origin story. This guys is based out of Honolulu, Hawaii. Was gifted RZA’s old Korg Triton by none other than Popa Wu, so not only does Deuce rap but he is also a beast on the boards. He draws inspiration from artists ranging between Marvin Gaye & Quincy Jones, to J Dilla, RZA and Pharrell Williams. Today, he dropped his latest project titled “Midnight Ouroboros” a ten track world of art. I feel pretty privileged to get to review this album so early. A definite sta...
Tags: Reviews, Albums, Bliss, Jazz, Wu Tang, Pharrell Williams, Giants, Napoleon, Rza, Ellis, HONOLULU Hawaii, Deuce, Korg Triton, Napoleon Da Legend, Popa Wu, Deuce Ellis

Kosha Dillz – “Nobody Cares Except You” (Album)

After being teased for a couple years, New Jersey emcee Kosha Dillz crafts his magnum opus with his 3rd full-length album Nobody Cares Except You. The post Kosha Dillz – “Nobody Cares Except You” (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Albums, New Jersey, Jazz, Kosha Dillz

Vangarde – Self-Titled (Album Review)

Vangarde is a newly formed MC/producer duo from Boston, Massachusetts consisting of veterans Mr. Lif & Stu Bangas. They first united at the beginning of the year after appearing on Stu’s latest EP Beats & Blood but fast forward 10 months later, they’re coming together for an official full-length debut. After the “Global Shift” intro, the first song “Shelter in Place” enlists the help of Blacastan to discuss wanting America to do better over a noisy boom bap beat whereas the next track “Basquiat...
Tags: Reviews, America, Albums, Jazz, Starr, Boston Massachusetts, Stu, Mr. Lif, Blacastan, Lif, STU BANGAS, Vangarde, George Floyd, Cauze Blueprint MURS Puma Ptah

Redd – “Symphony of Sympathy” (Album Review)

Redd is a 26 year old rapper from Detroit, Michigan known for his association with local underground powerhouse Majik Ninja Entertainment. Given that, it was only right for Twiztid to sign Redd to their new sub-label Welcome to the Underground & give a hand in pushing his full-length debut. After the melodic piano-inflicted intro, the next song “Followers” with Twiztid finds the trio talking about those who only care about how big they are on social media over a tropical beat whereas the track ...
Tags: Reviews, Facebook, Albums, Jazz, Frost, Detroit Michigan, Redd, Twiztid, D4L, Majik Ninja Entertainment Given, Blaze Ya Dead Homie KYNE, Illy Maine, Gibby Stites

Blac Youngsta Drops ‘F*ck Everybody 3’ Mixtape

With features from Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Durk, DaBaby, Swae Lee, Yo Gotti & more.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Blac Youngsta

Darkim Be Allah x Endemic Emerald – “Antediluvian King” (Album Review)

Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Darkim Be Allah has been one of the most respected MC’s in the entire underground since the mid 90s. Recently, he has teamed up with renowned producer Endemic Emerald for a brand new album titled “Antediluvian King”. With the resumes these two have, can coming together result in their best work to date? With a sonic mastermind backing every word he says, Darkim Be Allah elevates his already phenomenal pen game to new levels. Rhyming with so much passion and depth, t...
Tags: Reviews, New York City, Albums, Jazz, Wu Tang, Endemic Emerald, Darkim Be Allah, Darkim

Aesop Rock – “Spirit World Field Guide” (Album Review)

Aesop Rock is a 44 year old MC/producer from New York known for his massive vocabulary. Dude has put out a handful of underground hip hop essentials throughout the decades whether it be his solo catalogue or his membership of groups like Hail Mary Mallon or Malibu Ken. Last we heard from Aesop on his own was in 2016 with the release of The Impossible Kid but as we approach the end of 2020, the man is delivering his 8th full-length album. The album kicks off with “Hello from the Spirit World”, w...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Albums, Jazz, Peru, Aesop, Aesop Rock, MC, Hail Mary Mallon, Malibu Ken Last