April, 2021

Chili P Ft. Andy Palabras & Da Chef – Pegado a mi alma

Pegado a mi alma”, el último sencillo del MC bogotano Chili P junto a Andy Palabras y Da Chef. “Pegado a mi alma” es un rap inspirado en un poema de Pablo Neruda, pero llevado a los motivos por los que cada uno de los artistas hace Hip Hop. Desde el 30 de abril de 2021 estará disponible en todas las plataformas digitales musicales.

Críticas a la sociedad, a sí mismos e incluso confesiones sobre sus respectivas vidas van apareciendo a una canción poderosa que apunta a dejar el alma en cada línea, en cada rima. Chili π se une otra vez junto a Andy palabras y Da Chef para ofrecerle al público una canción que se queda pegada al corazón de quien la escucha. Producida por Chili Palmer, con arreglos del reconocido músico Alejo D Mind, miembro del crew del sello Letal Dosis 50 Récords.

 

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Beats In The Bank and Jack Gillen link up for a soulful “Monday Jam”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Producer Beats In The Bank teams up with guitarist Jack Gillen to bring us this smooth and soulful piece titled “Monday Jam.” The record has a solid groove, soulful textures, and lush guitar riffs that play throughout the track. This is very perfect to play during the weekend chores or maybe studying.

Get “Monday Jam” on Apple Music//Amazon//Spotify

 

Jack Gillen has spent the last few years playing guitar alongside artists in many different styles, as well as working as a musical director, songwriter and producer. During this period he has been digging deeper into developing his own musical identity, and the result is a distinctive style informed by the many different influences experienced at different stages of life. Years of classical guitar study as a child, an adolescent obsession with Jimi Hendrix and electric blues (meanwhile also listening to plenty of hip-hop and classic soul), followed by a simultaneous fascination with jazz (including 3 years studying Jazz at Leeds College of Music) and great songwriters. The DNA of all of this musical experience permeates Jack’s compositions, his playing, and his approach to music. His debut EP “The Long Way Down” (2018) marks the beginning of his career as an artist in his own right.

Beats In The Bank produces versatile hip-hop and R&B inspired by a wide range of musical styles. Besides having worked with underground and mainstream artists in Norway, the UK and the US for many years, Beats In The Bank credits include music for brands such as Nike, Dunkin’ Donuts, Comcast, Vogue, and Google.

 

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King Klick – “We Want It All” Ft. (həd) p.e. & Madchild [Video]

The King Klick pay homage to Point Blank alongside (həd) p.e. & Madchild in a mini-movie for their debut single “We Want It All” that dropped earlier this morning. The label Suburban Noize Records issued a statement attached to the video this evening announcing that the King Klick is a trio consisting of Chucky Chuck, Johnny Richter & Obnoxious. Together, the supergroup is in the midst of finishing their eponymous debut album coming later in the year.

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King Klick – “We Want It All”


Chucky Chuck, (həd) p.e.Johnny Richter, Madchild & Obnoxious announce the formation of Suburban Noize Records’ newest supergroup the King Klick by unleashing their debut single “We Want It All”.

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Fatt Father – “Raging Angel” (Video)

Fatt Father premieres a short video for “Raging Angel” ahead of his long-awaited album Soccer Dad dropping May 14.

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Beats In The Bank and Jack Gillen link up for a soulful “Monday Jam”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Producer Beats In The Bank teams up with guitarist Jack Gillen to bring us this smooth and soulful piece titled “Monday Jam.” The record has a solid groove, soulful textures, and lush guitar riffs that play throughout the track. This is very perfect to play during the weekend chores or maybe studying.

Get “Monday Jam” on Apple Music//Amazon//Spotify

 

Jack Gillen has spent the last few years playing guitar alongside artists in many different styles, as well as working as a musical director, songwriter and producer. During this period he has been digging deeper into developing his own musical identity, and the result is a distinctive style informed by the many different influences experienced at different stages of life. Years of classical guitar study as a child, an adolescent obsession with Jimi Hendrix and electric blues (meanwhile also listening to plenty of hip-hop and classic soul), followed by a simultaneous fascination with jazz (including 3 years studying Jazz at Leeds College of Music) and great songwriters. The DNA of all of this musical experience permeates Jack’s compositions, his playing, and his approach to music. His debut EP “The Long Way Down” (2018) marks the beginning of his career as an artist in his own right.

Beats In The Bank produces versatile hip-hop and R&B inspired by a wide range of musical styles. Besides having worked with underground and mainstream artists in Norway, the UK and the US for many years, Beats In The Bank credits include music for brands such as Nike, Dunkin’ Donuts, Comcast, Vogue, and Google.

 

Keep up with Beats In The Bank | Soundcloud: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram

DJ Rob Swift & The Real DMT Drop Animated Lyric Video “ClickBait”

In 2020, 2 months into a world pandemic, DJ Rob Swift and The Real DMT dropped The Cure. Their debut EP went on to be the duo’s vaccine for a genre of music that many consider to be under attack by its “stripper rap” genre counterpart. Exactly one year later, the Hip Hop pair is back with more musical medicine. “ClickBait“, the debut single from the tandem’s sophomore EP, “Halls Of Karma” via Fat Beats. “ClickBait” discusses the optical illusion of the internet, lyrically unpacking the traps we fall into as users when we enter cyberspace.

DJ Rob Swift says “The internet’s biggest motivation is to entice us!” The Real DMT adds, ” Just as the internet is a medium that can be used to spread knowledge and information, one can just as easily fall into a rabbit whole of some pretty crazy shit.”

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Orlando Based Duo RedRum Drop Chilling New Video “Mark of Da Beast”

In the chilling new video for RedRum’s haunting banger, “Mark of Da Beast,” the Orlando-based duo serves as narrators for cinematic visuals that serve as a look behind the curtain of a gritty underworld. The two have an incredible way with their words as they sling one visual bar after the next, over the sinister production provided by Nickel Plated. In addition to Racks’ bars, he also directed the single’s video as part of his O.U.C. Films operation. He brings “Mark of Da Beast” to life like only someone that close to the song itself could, blending together stark imagery with footage of himself and Red Eye spitting their verses.Check out the visuals—which is available now through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms—and be on the lookout for RedRum’s forthcoming new project, The Messiah Complex, which is due out Friday, May 14.

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Milla Thyme shares visuals for “Lost Boys” [video]

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Montreal-based emcee Milla Thyme is not new to our site and on his new release “Lost Boys” he delivers a poignant and insightful message revolving around self-identity, peer pressure, and living with reckless abandon. Far from being preachy or condescending, Milla Thyme addresses the issue in a unique and somewhat palatable manner over a punchy trap backdrop. He implores listeners on how being trapped in the past and not evolving can lead to stunted growth and ultimately a dark path from where it’s difficult to return. The title is a play on the classic Peter Pan story and also serves as a cautionary tale for everyone.

 

The video is solid too, very cinematic, and captures the theme of the song perfectly. From the glitz and moody aesthetics and set pieces, viewers are thrown into a world where a young individual is slowly pressured into giving to the ways of the world. There are some motifs that run through the video such as the suggestive choreography, hazy visual effects, and dreamy vibes alluding to the state of mind that has lost it’s individuality.

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The Alchemist – “This Thing of Ours” (EP Review)

This is the 9th EP from Beverly Hills producer, DJ & emcee The Alchemist. Coming up as 1/2 of The Whooliganz in 1993 with Scott Caan, the disbanded a year later after recording a debut album that eventually got shelved & Scott went onto acting. Mudfoot however, quickly established himself as a household name in hip hop production by working with a handful of the culture’s most iconic names ranging from Mobb Deep to Eminem. Last thing we heard from him solo wise was The Food Villain back in October & after producing the new Armand Hammer album Haram to universal acclaim last month, Uncle Al is staying busy by amassing 6 emcees for This Thing of Ours.

The opener “Nobles” weaves in a Sun Ra sample as Navy Blue & Earl Sweatshirt trade bars back & forth with one another while the next song “TV Dinners” is a bit oxymoronic with it’s calming instrumental along with Boldy James & Sideshow declaring themselves as soldiers through the lyrics. The penultimate track “Holy Hell” by Maxo & Pink Siifu goes on about the devil wanting their souls over a guitar & a vocal sample before Earl returns to talk about people nickel & diming on the trumpet-heavy closer “Loose Change”.

Not the best EP we’ve heard from The Alchemist, but still an enjoyable listen. His production is a lot more chilled out in comparison to Haram & despite a couple of the guest MCs providing weak verses, most of them do what they do best.

Score: 7/10

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