Single: Taking My Time – Obese the Prophet feat. Coherent

Off of the new project entitled "Dirigo" - Taking My Time is a deeply conscious melodic hip-hop song that features two of Maine's finest emcees - Obese the Prophet and Coherent.  Both born in Maine, a state where preserving is an essential way of life, these two artists combine to drop a motivational, introspective, lyrical... Continue Reading →

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: BJoe Steel – Between A Sunrise & A Cemetery

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36oGr3vYkJU&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3UfTS5xegRiVw2N1MLD5yhzoMuufQYeYBUds0NNA9aDnodVFwV7w2M1-M "Between a Sunrise & a Cemetery" is straight from the underground, but aims to reach a plateau which few emcees who journey can embark. BJoe Steel out of New Mexico catalyzes epic storytelling and cultural lyricism with well-placed penmanship, reminiscent of classic emcees like Slick Rick, Eyedea, MF DOOM, and Rakim, who used these... Continue Reading →

Review: Voxx & the Hound – The Significant Insignificance

Sometimes opposites attract. Voxx & the Hound's first full-length album "The Significant Insignificance" is a collaboration project between two St. Louis underground artists that combines an electronic/hiphop based production from Uncle Skock (The Hound) with the thought-provoking, lyrical content of Baytron (Voxx). While both artists have roots in HipHop, they actually met within the St.... Continue Reading →

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