Royce Da 5’9 drops one of two set releases of 2016 with his “Tabernacle: Trust The Shooter” mixtape. The twelve track presentation plays out like a full length album and raises anticipation for his official release entitled “Layers” on April 15th. TTTS includes strong songs such as the S1 produced “Tabernacle”, “Trust The Shooter” produced by DJ Pain 1 and the amplified delivery of “Savages”. The mixtape is available for streaming and downloading for free below.
Going harder than ever for his #MasterOfEvil album campaign, Three Six Mafia alum DJ Paul KOM links with protege Lil Wyte for the ear-piercing, “Loud Loud”. Roll up and experience the Paper Films visual where we find the duo posted up and blowing enough smoke you may catch a contact high from it. This particular single sounds inspired off of the classic approach of Paul’s, something old school finds will find extra pleasing.
7oddz consistently continues pushing the envelope for Chicago and for Hip Hop. In doing so, they begin venturing out of the U.S. in search of some “Old Fashioned Hip Hop” and achieve victory alongside Aromoman, a solid producer located in the Ukraine.
Enter “Definition Of Hip Hop”, the follow up video to “Oddities Philosophy”. The fellas allow viewers into the realm of the oddz, located on site in the recording studio where the verbal onslaught begins. Make sure to check out both videos and grab a copy of the EP here [link]. We present to you 7oddz in “Definition Of Hip Hop”.
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Known mostly for producing artists on the HERecords imprint, Milwaukee’s Moses presents his eight song audio biopic, “Not Quite Vegas”. This marks his first ever solo endevour where we find the Wisconsin native revisiting the past five years of his personal and professional life thru music. Las Vegas is a city with a reputation of living in the now. With that said, we find Moses searching for his own personal Vegas and nearing that location on the album, hence the title of the album. Feel free to stream the album and if you enjoy it, purchase a copy for your personal collection.