Single: Avery Harden – Escape The Hood

Historically, West Coast hip-hop has glorified gang and street life. Without strong role models, young black men often get caught up in a street code that leads to death or jail, often inspired by the rap artists they admire. For Las Vegas native Avery Harden, he never saw it as an option. From a young... Continue Reading →

Review: Abstract Soundz – Abstract Archives

For fans of golden era boom-bap, jazzy samples, and raw, technical lyricism, here is an underground gem that will leave your head nodding and your mind liberated. While boom-bap emcees are seemingly harder to find in contemporary rap circles, multinational producer Abstract Soundz has pulled together some top-tier lyricists from around the world on his... Continue Reading →

AJ of ALVMNII – DOWNFALL | OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

  https://youtu.be/-_qRvxBGrBM No one can stop your grind. Keep your focus and stay moving. Middle finger to the haters - this is your anthem.  The official music video for the single "DOWNFALL" off AJ's first EP.  Bump and share! #HipHopForever​ #UndergroundHipHop​ #LasVegas​ Purchase and stream to support underground artists! Bandcamp: https://ajofalvmnii.bandcamp.com/album/downfall-ep Follow AJ on all... Continue Reading →

Single: Coherent – Dark Matter | #WorldEnder

Pre-order Coherent's new album World Ender today and receive it early, Halloween night. Official release 11/11/2020. Just released off the project is a track entitled Dark Matter, which describes the interdimensional Armageddon in horrific and dystopic fashion. The entire album is produced by Ivory, and this song provides an experimental space trap vibe. "Where you... Continue Reading →

Review: Vic Smith – Mamie Lewis

"Slim chances, need answers, all in my feelings Mamie Lewis made me do it..." - Almost Lost When an emcee steps into the booth, it's like they become Superman, but alter egos have problems too. They can either grow to meet the pressure or succumb to it. Seeing that potential and failing to live up... Continue Reading →

Review: Big Skoon – Me & My MPC Vol. 1

In the hip-hop producer community, the Akai MPC is a staple digital audio workstation. Many classic hip-hop beats used this software to allow beatmakers to chop up samples and create percussions without instruments, or a studio. In the 80s and 90s, the MPC influenced a renaissance within hip-hop by allowing producers to take classic songs... Continue Reading →

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