Taiyamo Denku muscles his mission statement across to all emcees, young and old, in the Famous Motion Film‘s directed “I’m Here To Stay” video. All rhymes and no gimmicks best describes Denku’s approach here, with New Jersey beat miner Nick Wiz presenting an epic instrumental that loudly screams out real Hip Hop in a strong nineties fashion. In the video, Taiyamo does what he does best, busting ill verbs and getting you to feel his subject content while DJ RichardGriecoSuave finishes the track with precision cut scratches. Say what you like but one thing’s for sure; with releases like this, the Milwaukee lyricist is definitely here to stay for a long time to come.
“I’m Here To Stay” can be on Taiyamo Denku’s “If I Did An Album With Nick Wiz” album, featured below.
With an upcoming album schedule to drop later this year, CyphaDenMusic’s Taiyamo Denku and D-Cypha revisit last year’s “RadiOctave” album with a visual release from Greece videographer TwentyTwo for the horrific, “Munstaz”. Guest featuring veteran Hip Hop duo Cella Dwellas, the video portrays a story that involves stumbling across the album and what events transpire beyond that point. This one’s for the hardcore Hip Hop fans, here’s “Munstaz”.
Watch the video below:
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.
CyphaDenMusic’s Taiyamo Denku debuts his ten track album entitled “If I Did An Album With Nick Wiz”. What started off as an instrumental project of Nick’s (click here), Denku used it to fuel lyrics over, creating songs such as the previously released singles “I’m Here To Stay” and “SOS”. We find the Wisconsin rhyme slayer with sword in hand slaying weak emcees with his patent vocal pitch. With a strong nineties influenced sound, this is a must have for Hip Hop heads alike. IIDAAWNW can be streamed and purchased from the Bandcamp player provided.
CyphaDenMusic general Taiyamo Denku presents “SOS” the second single from the forthcoming “If I Did An Album With Nick Wiz” project. The song title is an acronym for “Same Ol Shit” and features Boston R&B singer, The Genius. New Jersey producer Nick Wiz provides the ideal instrumental back drop for Denku, full of crispy drums and a soulful guitar sample utilized in the verses.
We find Denku in prime form here, with a more controlled and concentrated delivery approach. The song touches on topics we face everyday as well as personal woes such as his day job, raising two daughters and the music grind. The Genius lays down a very clean and to the point hook, setting the overall tone of the release. Sure to be a fan favorite, check out Taiyamo Denku in “SOS” below and head over to www.cyphadenmusic.com for other releases and updates.
Listen to the song below:
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