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We$tside Parle – Hallway Raps Vol. 1

We$tside Parle released a new project called, “Hallway Raps Vol. 1” featuring 5 bass pumping lyrical flowing singles.

The first track is “Dead Presidents IV,” and automatically you’ll hear the beat and feel uplifted and liberated simultaneously. The track brings an unparalled vibe.

“Crypto Currency” is all about good vibes due to possession of money. The best part about We$tside Parle as an artist is his ability to fluctuate his voice. However, despite his sound he always has a swagged out energy in his music.

My favorite songs on the project are “Hallway Raps” and “Sounds like 6am in Harlem.” When he raps on “Hallway Raps” he holds nothing back. You can feel every emotion with every word. We$tside Parle raps, “This is so new, feel the presence in my vocal, reminiscent times, almost cried in that phone booth.”

“0.9 Off a Gram” and “Sounds like 6am in Harlem” are the last two singles on the “Hallway Raps Vol. 1” project. All I can say is, this is one project you’ll enjoy if you are into Hip Hop.

Follow him on Instagram @we$tside Parle and enjoy the project above!

Haze Milli – NEW HEAT!! Finale 4

When the beat drops you know it’s that time! Haze Milli has arrived with his latest floor stomping EP FINAL HAZE! This is the music that we need, this is the new addition to the New York Sound we love.

The 4 tracks on this EP are called Steph and Klay, Target Practice, Put Ya Hands Up and Field Goal! Nothing compares to the beats in combination with Haze’s flow. Along with the originals on this EP he takes it back in time on a freestyle.

Words aren’t enough to describe this project so here is the link.

Here is the link for Spinrilla. https://spinrilla.com/mixtapes/haze-milli-finale-4
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/haze-milli
Twitter: https://twitter.com/HazeMilli_59

Out In Hip Hop: Is Hip Hop Homophobic?

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Typically gays in the Hip Hop community is a myth, just doesn’t exist. However, the popular reality show, “Love and Hip Hop” brought this concept to life. Milan and Miles are a gay couple in which Miles was trying to erase his emotions for men while Milan wanted the truth to be known. Viewers had the opportunity to watch Milan feel neglected by Miles and Miles torn between his emotions and what he thinks is right vs. wrong. Tonight for the first time a new show will air called, “Out In Hip Hop.”

If you watch the show let me know what you think. Do you think Hip Hop is homophobic?

French Montana- “Lose It” Feat. Rick Ross & Lil Wayne

French Montana seems to have another hit on his hands. He released a new music video for his new record, “Lose It” yesterday. Not only is his verse fire but he clearly has some acting skills as well. In the video he looks like a patient in a psychiatric hospital confined to a room wearing a straitjacket. His body language and facial expressions made his role in the video extremely believable.

Both Rick Ross and Lil Wayne brought their unique swag to the set. Rick Ross also provided some of that crazy energy and behavior needed to showcase his “lose it” demeanor. Rick Ross is seen walking down the halls of the facility rapping and wildly shaking his head, while we see several video vixens walking down adjacent hallways.

My favorite verse is Lil Wayne’s, “My trigger finger ain’t never been hesitant, I am your ruler no measurements.” I don’t think I really need to describe lil Wayne’s natural ability to act animated and adapt to the theme of the song because he always kills it. The lighting of the production is perfectly dark for the theme and setting of the video, but the flashing lights also makes the scenario seem very realistic and out of this world.

I am grateful for the creativity produced in this video by The Mekanics and Kanye West. Check it out above!

French Montana- “Lose It” Feat. Rick Ross & Lil Wayne

French Montana seems to have another hit on his hands. He released a new music video for his new record, “Lose It” yesterday. Not only is his verse fire but he clearly has some acting skills as well. In the video he looks like a patient in a psychiatric hospital confined to a room wearing a straitjacket. His body language and facial expressions made his role in the video extremely believable.

Both Rick Ross and Lil Wayne brought their unique swag to the set. Rick Ross also provided some of that crazy energy and behavior needed to showcase his “lose it” demeanor. Rick Ross is seen walking down the halls of the facility rapping and wildly shaking his head, while we see several video vixens walking down adjacent hallways.

My favorite verse is Lil Wayne’s, “My trigger finger ain’t never been hesitant, I am your ruler no measurements.” I don’t think I really need to describe lil Wayne’s natural ability to act animated and adapt to the theme of the song because he always kills it. The lighting of the production is perfectly dark for the theme and setting of the video, but the flashing lights also makes the scenario seem very realistic and out of this world.

I am grateful for the creativity produced in this video by The Mekanics and Kanye West. Check it out above!

SNYD Ft. Trae The Truth Releases His New Record “The Realest”

Streetz-N-Young Deuces better known as SNYD released a new song featuring Trae The Truth called, “The Realest.” The beat is completely original and unique. The song is about continuously being the same over time and not letting people or things change who you are.

I love music that has familiar sayings incorporated into the lyricism. For example, SNYD says, “Action speak louder than words,” one saying I grew up on. Trae The Truth also has relatable bars on the record, “What’s understood doesn’t have to be explained.”

When life gets hard it’s always great to have music that embodies your emotions even if you never met the artist. On the track the lyrics encompass big dreams, “a nothing to lose” attitude and other phrases that are indirectly motivational.

Check out SNYD’s new single called, “The Realest” by pressing play above.

Juke – Guns & Girls

“Guns and Girls” is a new song by Juke, a solo artist under GoldGang Records. A serene beat creates a peaceful vibe before any words are even dispersed from Juke and the three other artists on the track.

One distinguishing aspect of Juke’s music is his metaphors, “Behind expensive tinted windows like they microsoft.” Juke has a perfect balance of energy that blends seamlessly with his mellow tone of voice. Therefore, even when he speaks about guns or violence it’s easy to get a sense of understanding rather than rage.  The intensity of the lyrics on this smooth beat places this song in a category of it’s own, an important element in the music industry. No one wants to hear the same style or type of music all the time.

“All of my niggas got guns” is the mantra heard in the chorus of the song. Many families around the world have licensed and unlicensed weapons in their possession, which provides validity of the song to several listeners.

Loon, another artist on the track discusses different types of guns and their capabilities and also provides great energy on the track. Chilly Willy is a fast rapper with clear diction, while King B has an impactful flow. Although each of the rappers have different strengths, they all sound great together.

Be sure to press play above to check the song out for yourself and follow Juke on Twitter @Jukesterdam.

Josiah Hotwire – Heaven

“I had to ask the local pastor if black people targets do we make it to heaven faster?” Josiah Hotwire possesses powerful lyricism and expresses unique contentment towards religion on his new song entitled, Heaven. Most listeners become fans through the relativity in the musical content they hear. Hotwire is one of the few rappers that can mix important topics that get overlooked, such as religion and race and bring it to the forefront of Hip Hop listeners. Everyone wonders why some kids have no food, or why some suffer from depression. Hotwire puts the focus of attention on topics that affect various communities around the world. Realism is very important and that’s exactly what Hotwire provides to his listeners. To experience this potent church themed and dark lit video press play above.

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Shawnna – Water Whip (Freestyle)

Shawnna released a new Freestyle this week called “Water Whip.” The beat may sound familiar since Meek Mill released “Off The Corners” in 2014 using the original beat of Shawnn’s new remix. Shawnna is the first lady of Disturbing Tha Peace (DTP) which is Ludacris’s record label. In comparison to her “Gettin’ Some” days her musical topics seem to have shifted from sexual to war anthem lyricisms. To check out her latest music, press play above!

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