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Everything About The Rock’s First Official Rap Verse Is Funny

I can still remember hearing that Wyclef Jean was going to have the Rock on his single. This was 21 years ago, when Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was on his fourth or fifth reign as WWF World Champion. The Rock wasn’t a movie star yet — he’d make his debut as a terrible CGI effect in The Mummy Returns a year later — but he already seemed like he might be the coolest person on earth. The Rock had been a shit-talking, egocentric heel who’d become a crowd favorite simply because he was so good at egoce...
Tags: Music, Dwayne Johnson, The Rock, Wyclef Jean, Freddie Gibbs, Status Ain't Hood, The Alchemist, Lil Durk, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Wyclef, G Herbo, Tech N9ne, Bruiser Brigade, 21 Savage, Joey Cool, King Iso


Jehry Robinson – “living proof” Ft. Joey Cool & Mackenzie Nicole

Just a week after dropping “Way Down” together, Joey Cool & Mackenzie Nicole are linking back up for Jehry Robinson’s new single “living proof”. The post Jehry Robinson – “living proof” Ft. Joey Cool & Mackenzie Nicole first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Joey Cool, Jehry Robinson, Mackenzie Nicole, Joey Cool Mackenzie Nicole


Jehry Robinson – “living proof” Ft. Joey Cool & Mackenzie Nicole (Video)

Jehry Robinson, Joey Cool & Mackenzie Nicole help bring out the summer vibes by attaching a video to their brand new single “living proof”.The post Jehry Robinson – “living proof” Ft. Joey Cool & Mackenzie Nicole (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Joey Cool, Jehry Robinson, Mackenzie Nicole Video, Jehry Robinson Joey Cool Mackenzie Nicole, Joey Cool Mackenzie Nicole Video


Joey Cool – “Way Down” Ft. Mackenzie Nicole (Video)

Kansas City emcee Joey Cool attaches some magical visuals to his latest single “Way Down”.The post Joey Cool – “Way Down” Ft. Mackenzie Nicole (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Joey Cool – “Way Down” Ft. Mackenzie Nicole

Joey Cool goes into a more melodic direction for his 3rd monthly single “Way Down”. The post Joey Cool – “Way Down” Ft. Mackenzie Nicole first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Joey Cool, Mackenzie Nicole


Joey Cool – “Jumpin’” (Visualizer)

Joey Cool unveils a visualizer for his latest single “Jumpin’”.The post Joey Cool – “Jumpin’” (Visualizer) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Joey Cool – “Protect Thine Energy” (Video)

  Joey Cool attaches some visuals onto his latest song “Protect Thine Energy”.The post Joey Cool – “Protect Thine Energy” (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Joey Cool – “Coolie High” (Album Review)

This is the brand new album from Kansas City rapper Joey Cool. Gaining attention as a long-time affiliate of local independent hip hop powerhouse Strange Music, he releasing a total of 4 mixtapes & a studio album on his own before Tech N9ne decided to officially sign him to the Snake & Bat just about 3 years ago. He made his official Strange debut in 2018 with his self-titled sophomore effort & that was followed up last fall with Old Habits Die Hard. But with his birthday being earlier this wee...
Tags: Reviews, Albums, Jazz, Kansas City, Joey, Kato, Rittz, Krizz Kaliko, Joey Cool, Dominique Sanders, Bodega Bamz J Izzie, Yung Scar


JL – “The Devil Hates Sundays” (Album Review)

This is the brand new album from Missouri emcee JL, who started out as a member of the B. Hood crew before signing to Strange Music in 2015. His full-length debut on the label D.I.B.K.I.S. (Do It Big Keep It Strange) that came out a few years ago was a proper introduction to the Strange fanbase & I really liked that Kontra-Band collab effort he did with Stevie Stone in 2018 too. But after teasing new music for quite some time now, JL’s officially back with The Devil Hates Sundays. After the int...
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Albums, Missouri, Jazz, Adam Eve, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, JL, Joey Cool, Dominique Sanders, Jehry Robinson, Wyshmaster, Marley Young, Saigon Starrz


Jehry Robinson – “20/Twenty” (Album Review)

Jehry Robinson is a 32 year old rapper, singer, songwriter & producer from Long Island, New York who’s been around for quite a now dropping a self-titled mixtape in 2016 & then an EP the following year. He just signed to Strange Music this past winter & as we approach the end of summer, Jehry is dropping off his full-length debut. The album kicks off with “Daylight”, where Jehry & Tech N9ne talk about being elites over a woozy beat from Seven. The next song “Follow My Lead” with King Iso see...
Tags: Reviews, Albums, Jazz, West Coast, Michael, Long Island New York, Justina Valentine, Joey Cool, King Iso, Jehry Robinson, Tara Ennis, Jehry, Wyshmaster, Cozzy Sutra


Joey Cool – “Lions” Ft. Tech N9ne, JL & Jehry Robinson (Video)

Joey Cool hooks up with Tech N9ne, JL & Jehry Robinson to show off their chopping skills on the new single “Lions”.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Tech N9ne, JL, Joey Cool, Jehry Robinson, Jehry Robinson Video


JL – “That’s Him” Ft. Joey Cool (Video)

JL & Joey Cool flawlessly go back & forth with each other on “That’s Him”.
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Joey Cool – “Lifting Me Higher” (Video)

Kansas City emcee Joey Cool continues the promotion of his upcoming album Coolie High with the visuals for “Lifting Me Higher”.
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Joey Cool – “Wish I Was You” Ft. Jehry Robinson (Video)

Kansas City’s very own Joey Cool unveils the visuals for the Jehry Robinson assisted “Wish I Was You” off his upcoming album Coolie High.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Kansas City, Joey Cool, Jehry Robinson


Q&A Interview With Strange Music’s Very Own Joey Cool

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? I remember my first concert ever pretty clearly actually. I was like 6-7 years old at the time. My parents took me to see MC Hammer haha. I remember the Kansas City Chiefs players beating on the drum on stage! It was at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City. I remember seeing Hammer & all 87 of his dancers & shit on stage, hahaha. Phenomenal. I think that’s when I knew I wanted to entertain. That was big.   Who’re some artists that inspire you? I d...
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Tech N9ne’s Planet Tour 2018 Hitting Los Angeles, May 10th

Tech N9ne‘s Planet Tour 2018 is hitting Los Angeles presented by SiriusXM & Shade 45 at the Belasco Theater, May 10th, with Krizz Kaliko, Just Juice, Joey Cool and King Iso. For tickets, visit LiveNation.com
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Joey Cool – “Joey Cool” (Album Review)

After being affiliated with Strange Music for several years, Kansas City MC Joey Cool finally signed to the label in October of last year. Now, he’s releasing his first full-length album with them. The album opens perfectly with “The Rhythm Lounge”, where Joey gets hungry for success over a tuba-heavy lounge music-inspired instrumental from Info Gates. The next song “Hard” with JL & Tech N9ne sees the 3 getting braggadocious over a decent trap beat while the track “I’m the Plug” has a nice bass...
Tags: Reviews, Jazz, Jack, Joey, Joey Cool, Kansas City MC Joey Cool


Stevie Stone & JL – “Kontra-Band” (Album Review)

With the release of Stevie Stone‘s 5th album Level Up & JL‘s Strange Music debut DIBKIS last summer, the 2 are now coming together for a full-length collab album. Things start off with “Groomed by the Block”, where the duo talk about their come up over an eerie instrumental. However, the PHresher verse at the tail-end was pretty generic to me. The next song “Lessons” talks about learning from all their losses in life over a laidback trap beat while the track “Trappin’ On the Hill” reflects on t...
Tags: Reviews, Jazz, Miles Davis, Pluto, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, Navé Monjo, JL, Joey Cool, Adrian Truth


Tech N9ne – “Planet” (Album Review)

After dropping 2 Collabos albums in 2017, the legendary & ever so hardworking Kansas City MC Tech N9ne is now dropping his 20th full-length album. The album opens with “Habanero”, where he talks about how hot he is over a futuristic trap beat from Seven (who produced all but 5 songs). The next track “Fresh Out!” with Swisher Sleep sees the 2 going back & forth about not giving any more fuck s over a skittering electronic beat from mR. pOrTeR & while the song “Kick It With Myself” does touch dow...
Tags: Reviews, Tech, Jazz, Kansas City, Dre, MGK, Areola, Tech N9ne, Joey Cool, Collabos, Tecca Nina


JL – “DIBKIS” (Album Review)

After being affiliated with Strange Music for several years, Kansas City emcee JL finally signed with the independent hip hop powerhouse in 2015 & is now releasing his first album with them. The opener “Strange the World” has a killer rap rock beat from The Dead Beatz & given the title of the track, JL does not disappoint. The next song “Two Up” with Strange founder Tech N9ne talks about being 2 brackets above everyone else & while I do enjoy verses as well as the heavy bass in the production, ...
Tags: Reviews, Jazz, Kansas City, Joey, Nef, Beatz, Krizz, Navé Monjo, JL, Da Hood, Popper Marley Young, Joey Cool, Emilio Rojas Krizz Kaliko