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Scum & Smallz One Encourage You to “Blame Us” (Album Review)

This is the new collaborative album between Russian-American horrorcore veteran Scum & his New Mexico-based protégé Smallz One, who has been a longtime signee to Lyrikal Snuff Productionz for the last 15 years or so. Of course they’ve been working with one another for a long time & always killed it whenever they popped up together, so it was only a matter of time they dropped Blame Us a week after headline the first night of the Gathering of Dreams.

“Victim” kicks off the whole album with a symphonic boom bap beat attacking those with a victim’s mentality whereas the apocalyptic title track confessing to be the root of every issue. “Never” works in some rock undertones reminiscing on the times one had to lose it all just before the rebellious “March” talking about the Army of Beasts they have.

Meanwhile on “Blood”, we have Smallz & her mentor over some g-funk production detailing a bloodbath prior to “The Tab” embracing a funereal sound confessing to pay such in order for issues to be resolved. “That Kind of Shit” is a piano/string infused banger basically beeping the wicked shit leading into “Needful Things” asks about selling your soul over a glistening trap instrumental.

“Would That Be Alright?” shoots for a more deranging aesthetic expressing their desire to stab while “Rage” aggressively goes back & forth with one another stomping a motherfucker out. The song “What They Say” has a more jazzy, boom bap vibe talking about never giving a fuck about what others think of them while the penultimate track “Hate” is a livid diss towards all their enemies. “Off the Juice” however ends with a depressing tune about drinking & their inner demons.

I knew it was only a matter of time that they put this out on DSPs & if you love all the songs they’ve worked on since 2007, then I highly recommend listening to Blame Us. Scum & Smallz bring the best out of each other lyrically accompanied by some gruesome production.

Score: 8/10

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Top submissions EP2 Aug 2022

The weekly Top Submissions aims to showcase a selected crop of acts that cross our paths. From the best tracks/videos from far and wide, we gather the upper echelon of artists you can find and give them a platform to be further recognized for their works. So, sit back and tune in, and don’t forget to show them some love by following them on all social media platforms

If you like this article check out our previous entries HERE

 

 

 

 

KIDNAP – “TIMELESS”

KIDNAP‘s “TIMELESS” is a reflective tune that dives into self-doubts and withering motivation as an artist who gets questioned about his life choices. Over the sombre and warm backdrop, he touches on many issues he has to deal with from naysayers and detractors and he gives them a direct response with this track. “Timeless” is the final track on Kidnap’s introspective EP, Waking Up.

 

 

Krayma – “No Surprise”

UK hiphop act Krayma delivers his brand of alternative rap in the form of his new release titled “No Surprise”. Over a moody and haunting upbeat soundscape, he gives a stunning performance ripe with fiery raps and lyrics that dwell on having self-belief and holding on to one’s true core.

 

 

 

Frank black – ‘Kick Back and Relax

Emerging emcee Frank Black comes through with the afforest infused jam titled ‘Kick Back and Relax”. Like the title says, it dwells on having a good time and basking in the good moments and dancing away one’s sorrows and stresses away.

 

 

 

 

J Cru – “Flight 2218”

 

 

J Cru take off to the skies in “Flight 2218”, a cinematic and punchy track that showcases the duo’s versatile and experimental approach to rap. Backed by the urgent backdrop, the duo delivers a fiery rap performance that keeps listeners locked from start to finish.

 

 

 

 

iLLAH – “Bad Intentions”

Canadian emcee iLLAH releases his new single “Bad Intentions” from his forthcoming project. Backed by a bouncy and cinematic backdrop provided by Sunya, iLLAH drops a plethora of aspiration bars about having a great work ethic, integrity and being true to oneself at all times.

 

 

R Dotta – “Hands Up! (Da Muthafuckin Anthem)”

R Dotta presents “Hands Up! (Da Muthafuckin Anthem)”, a go-getter tune made for those who put in work. He makes use of a laidback and somewhat moody backdrop to share his hustler tales and the ups and downs of trying to bring home the bacon.

 

Sorce Manifesto – “First Draft”

 

Toronto-based emcee Sorce Manifesto presents the “First Draft” taken from his new EP entitled Shoot The Breeze. The record is a jazz-infused track made up of heavenly and sublime horns, lush strings, and mellow drum grooves. Sorce delivers a reflective and vivid performance ripe with somewhat abstract and thought-provoking lines.

 

 

Nazzy the Mic – “Sea and Sky”

Nazzy the Mic‘s newest release “Sea and Sky” is a love-laden trap ballad that sees her teaming up with label mate Mizxy Slime. Over a punchy but somewhat off-kilter backdrop, the duo shares their experiences with this thing called love with Mizxy setting it off with his choppy flow followed by Nazzy’s smooth melodic flow.

 

Marvo Fivestarsz – “No Hero”

Peckham-based MC Marvo Fivestarsz drops a new single “No Hero” which dives into the concept of a selfless man who is fed up with people taking advantage of his kindness and decides to flip the script.

 

Tracy Lamont – “Watch & See” (feat. sonnyb.)

 

Tracy Lamont teams up with sonnyb for “Watch & See” a smooth unapologetic tune that implores the haters and naysayers to watch the duo’s growth. The duo takes time to reflect on their journey thus far and how far they plan to go.

 

F.ACE – “2 2 Shots”

 

UK emcee F.ACE goes for an anthemic jam titled “2 2 Shots” which sees him employing a cinematic orchestral backdrop and dropping some vivid bars about living life.

 

TL Grace – “Daddy’s Girl”

https://music.apple.com/us/album/daddys-girl/1636138706?i=1636138707

 

TL Grace‘s “Daddy’s Girl” is a heartfelt and reflective tune about a girl who got exposed to the good life and has lost her way in the process. From doing what she wants, getting around, and acquiring material wealth by doing underhanded things. It’s quite solemn and sad all at once.

 

Booker J. – “More”

 

Booker J‘s new single “More” is him getting more out of life by aspirational methods. Over a smooth punchy backdrop, he implores himself and listeners to always step out of his comfort zone in order to achieve goals

 

Keyon – “King”

 

Canadian rapper Keyon gets into his element in his new release “King”. The track is upbeat and cinematic with its rousing synths and thick bass-laden drums. Keyon goes forth to claim his territory with a go-getter mindset and fiery bars to match.

 

Lalo Lloyd – “Sky Raps”

 

“Sky Raps” by Lalo Lloyd is a jazz-infused mellow track filled with insightful and relatable rhyme schemes. He sprinkles a blend of bravado with aspirational elements as well.

 

ReSrface – “Fly (Alright)”

 

ReSrface‘s new single “Fly (Alright)” is a heartfelt and introspective tune that sees him running through his recent experiences. Over a choppy and punchy backdrop, he reassures us that everything will be all right even though he is going through hard times.

 

Elaine Kristal – “I Am”

 

Singer/songwriter Elaine Kristal drops the new song “I Am” which stemmed from a 20-sec clip she released on TikTok that amassed a large viewership. The uplifting tune is filled with aspirational themes and sultry melodic runs that grip the ears.
Here’s a link to 1 of the videos for reference here.

 

Abel. – “shower boy”

 

Emerging singer/songwriter Abel makes her entry on our list with her new single “shower boy”. The sensual tune is ripe with sultry melodic runs and candid lyrics laid over a moody and punchy soundscape that blends R&B and alternative pop.

 

Matt.Koy x Supa Dupa – “Garden Work”

 

Matt.Koy and Supa Dupa team up for “Garden Work”, a mellow bouncy record that dives into the concept of having a solid work ethic and playing the long game instead of instant gratification.

 

GEEK – “Godlike”

 

GEEK’s “Godlike” is an anthemic tune that is ripe with thick bass heavy drums, cinematic synths, and moody textures. On the mic, GEEK goes for the jugular with a commanding vocal performance and bravado rhyme schemes.

 

M Saif – “Pick Up”

 

M Saif‘s new song “Pick Up” is the final song on his three-track EP, Live From Bay Street. The song is a soulful tune that sees him digging deep into his struggles and journey as a fledgling artist and young man trying to get his feet on solid ground.

 

mark vasquez – “Riverside Winds”

 

SolCal native mark vasquez delivers some uplifting vibes in the form of this new single titled “Riverside Winds”. Over a guitar-laden and laidback groove, he delivers an adulation-filled performance that listeners can appreciate for its honesty and heartwarming lyrics.

 

Speak x $tonehardt x J(X) – “Money in the Shoebox”

 

“Money in the Shoebox” is a gritty and reflective tune by Speak, $tonehardt, and J(X). The trio makes use of a punchy and cinematic backdrop to share their past struggles and the craziness they have experienced.

 

Daryll Joseph – “skressful!”

Canadian emcee Daryll Joseph helped close the list with his new release titled “skressful!”. The track has a punchy drum groove with moody textures that work well with his reflective lyrics about how life can be stressful but he is more than enough to go through the tough times.

Scum & Smallz One Encourage You to “Blame Us” (Album Review)

This is the new collaborative album between Russian-American horrorcore veteran Scum & his New Mexico-based protégé Smallz One, who has been a longtime signee to Lyrikal Snuff Productionz for the last 15 years or so. Of course they’ve been working with one another for a long time & always killed it whenever they popped up together, so it was only a matter of time they dropped Blame Us a week after headline the first night of the Gathering of Dreams.

“Victim” kicks off the whole album with a symphonic boom bap beat attacking those with a victim’s mentality whereas the apocalyptic title track confessing to be the root of every issue. “Never” works in some rock undertones reminiscing on the times one had to lose it all just before the rebellious “March” talking about the Army of Beasts they have.

Meanwhile on “Blood”, we have Smallz & her mentor over some g-funk production detailing a bloodbath prior to “The Tab” embracing a funereal sound confessing to pay such in order for issues to be resolved. “That Kind of Shit” is a piano/string infused banger basically beeping the wicked shit leading into “Needful Things” asks about selling your soul over a glistening trap instrumental.

“Would That Be Alright?” shoots for a more deranging aesthetic expressing their desire to stab while “Rage” aggressively goes back & forth with one another stomping a motherfucker out. The song “What They Say” has a more jazzy, boom bap vibe talking about never giving a fuck about what others think of them while the penultimate track “Hate” is a livid diss towards all their enemies. “Off the Juice” however ends with a depressing tune about drinking & their inner demons.

I knew it was only a matter of time that they put this out on DSPs & if you love all the songs they’ve worked on since 2007, then I highly recommend listening to Blame Us. Scum & Smallz bring the best out of each other lyrically accompanied by some gruesome production.

Score: 8/10

Scum & Smallz One Encourage You to “Blame Us” (Album Review)

This is the new collaborative album between Russian-American horrorcore veteran Scum & his New Mexico-based protégé Smallz One, who has been a longtime signee to Lyrikal Snuff Productionz for the last 15 years or so. Of course they’ve been working with one another for a long time & always killed it whenever they popped up together, so it was only a matter of time they dropped Blame Us a week after headline the first night of the Gathering of Dreams.

“Victim” kicks off the whole album with a symphonic boom bap beat attacking those with a victim’s mentality whereas the apocalyptic title track confessing to be the root of every issue. “Never” works in some rock undertones reminiscing on the times one had to lose it all just before the rebellious “March” talking about the Army of Beasts they have.

Meanwhile on “Blood”, we have Smallz & her mentor over some g-funk production detailing a bloodbath prior to “The Tab” embracing a funereal sound confessing to pay such in order for issues to be resolved. “That Kind of Shit” is a piano/string infused banger basically beeping the wicked shit leading into “Needful Things” asks about selling your soul over a glistening trap instrumental.

“Would That Be Alright?” shoots for a more deranging aesthetic expressing their desire to stab while “Rage” aggressively goes back & forth with one another stomping a motherfucker out. The song “What They Say” has a more jazzy, boom bap vibe talking about never giving a fuck about what others think of them while the penultimate track “Hate” is a livid diss towards all their enemies. “Off the Juice” however ends with a depressing tune about drinking & their inner demons.

I knew it was only a matter of time that they put this out on DSPs & if you love all the songs they’ve worked on since 2007, then I highly recommend listening to Blame Us. Scum & Smallz bring the best out of each other lyrically accompanied by some gruesome production.

Score: 8/10

Scum & Smallz One Encourage You to “Blame Us” (Album Review)

This is the new collaborative album between Russian-American horrorcore veteran Scum & his New Mexico-based protégé Smallz One, who has been a longtime signee to Lyrikal Snuff Productionz for the last 15 years or so. Of course they’ve been working with one another for a long time & always killed it whenever they popped up together, so it was only a matter of time they dropped Blame Us a week after headline the first night of the Gathering of Dreams.

“Victim” kicks off the whole album with a symphonic boom bap beat attacking those with a victim’s mentality whereas the apocalyptic title track confessing to be the root of every issue. “Never” works in some rock undertones reminiscing on the times one had to lose it all just before the rebellious “March” talking about the Army of Beasts they have.

Meanwhile on “Blood”, we have Smallz & her mentor over some g-funk production detailing a bloodbath prior to “The Tab” embracing a funereal sound confessing to pay such in order for issues to be resolved. “That Kind of Shit” is a piano/string infused banger basically beeping the wicked shit leading into “Needful Things” asks about selling your soul over a glistening trap instrumental.

“Would That Be Alright?” shoots for a more deranging aesthetic expressing their desire to stab while “Rage” aggressively goes back & forth with one another stomping a motherfucker out. The song “What They Say” has a more jazzy, boom bap vibe talking about never giving a fuck about what others think of them while the penultimate track “Hate” is a livid diss towards all their enemies. “Off the Juice” however ends with a depressing tune about drinking & their inner demons.

I knew it was only a matter of time that they put this out on DSPs & if you love all the songs they’ve worked on since 2007, then I highly recommend listening to Blame Us. Scum & Smallz bring the best out of each other lyrically accompanied by some gruesome production.

Score: 8/10

Scum & Smallz One Encourage You to “Blame Us” (Album Review)

This is the new collaborative album between Russian-American horrorcore veteran Scum & his New Mexico-based protégé Smallz One, who has been a longtime signee to Lyrikal Snuff Productionz for the last 15 years or so. Of course they’ve been working with one another for a long time & always killed it whenever they popped up together, so it was only a matter of time they dropped Blame Us a week after headline the first night of the Gathering of Dreams.

“Victim” kicks off the whole album with a symphonic boom bap beat attacking those with a victim’s mentality whereas the apocalyptic title track confessing to be the root of every issue. “Never” works in some rock undertones reminiscing on the times one had to lose it all just before the rebellious “March” talking about the Army of Beasts they have.

Meanwhile on “Blood”, we have Smallz & her mentor over some g-funk production detailing a bloodbath prior to “The Tab” embracing a funereal sound confessing to pay such in order for issues to be resolved. “That Kind of Shit” is a piano/string infused banger basically beeping the wicked shit leading into “Needful Things” asks about selling your soul over a glistening trap instrumental.

“Would That Be Alright?” shoots for a more deranging aesthetic expressing their desire to stab while “Rage” aggressively goes back & forth with one another stomping a motherfucker out. The song “What They Say” has a more jazzy, boom bap vibe talking about never giving a fuck about what others think of them while the penultimate track “Hate” is a livid diss towards all their enemies. “Off the Juice” however ends with a depressing tune about drinking & their inner demons.

I knew it was only a matter of time that they put this out on DSPs & if you love all the songs they’ve worked on since 2007, then I highly recommend listening to Blame Us. Scum & Smallz bring the best out of each other lyrically accompanied by some gruesome production.

Score: 8/10

Dangerous Thoughts Gives Us the Classic We’ve Waited 16 Years For on ”Cheat Codes” (Album Review)

Dangerous Thoughts is an MC/producer duo consisting of Danger Mouse behind the boards & Black Thought on the mic. 1 has an impressive resume of artists he’s worked with in the past ranging from Prince Po to the late MF DOOM & the other is one of the most acclaimed lyricists in all of hip hop. They initially formed in 2006 & when it seemed like we were never gonna get a full-length debut from them, the day has now come 16 years later.

“Sometimes” is a symphonic, soulful opener talking about thinking of a master plan à la The God MC himself Rakim Allah whereas the title track is a robotico boom bap cut boasting that he’s playing unlimited free throws. Raekwon tags along for the piano/soul-tinged “The Darkest Part” to talk about being in another echelon just before “No Gold Teeth” samples “Stop” by Hugh Masakela promising to never retire.

Meanwhile on “Because”, we have Joey Bada$$ & Russ accompanying Thought in describing the harsh realities of America with a guitar driven instrumental as well as a passionate Dylan Cartlidge hook leading into the rugged “Belize” seeing DANGERDOOM coming together potentially for the last time to assist in some battle raps. “Aquamarine” blends abstract with neo-soul confessing the conflict between him as a person & his status in hip hop, but then “Identical Deaths” brings some xylophones to the table talking about living many lives.

A$AP Rocky & Run the Jewels come into the picture for the hardcore “Strangers” to call out the bluff of those who dare to step up to them lyrically while the song “Close to Famous” almost gives me J Dilla vibes sonically talking about that’s how everyone be nowadays. The penultimate track “Saltwater” with Conway the Machine is a tense boom bap heater delivering some rugged ass bars only for the organ-laced “Violas & Lupitas” ending the album talking about doing God’s work.

For this being 16 years in the making & finally having it in the palm of our hands, it was much well worth it. Danger Mouse’s production is more sample-based than Sean Cane’s was on Streams of Thought 3: Cain & Able, the features all come correct (I don’t even mind Russ on “Because”) & Thought lyrically is just doing what he’s been doing best from the very moment he picked up a mic.

Score: 9/10

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