After a lengthy hiatus Virginia up-and-comer is back and rolling through in a 93' GT Mustang. The young upstart is sounding as impressive as ever as he effortlessly flows through the Bodi-produced record. Farma has this infectious confidence that makes us want to hear more. "93 GT (Don Pablo) puts us in the summer mindset and we are quite thankful for that on this frigid night in the Northeast. This will be feautred on his forthcoming project Famel Carter which is set to drop sooner than later.
*Steps to podium* "I hereby announce my retirement as a rap blogger. Pipe it up!" I started this website five years ago simply because I loved music and I wanted to provide a platform to spread the various content that I truly enjoyed. Alchemist recently released the greatest rap song of all time and I feel like there is nothing left for me to post going forward. Nothing will ever top this and I have accepted that. The genre of rap will never be able to progress to a level above that of "Jabroni" which features Migos and Mac Miller. The eloquent lyrics of the Migos is unrivaled by anyone in the rap game other than Mac. The Alchemist produced instrumental is minimalistic yet beautiful and works perfectly with the various laid back flows displayed throughout. Just remember, if you put the hustle in you will make a lotta fuckin millions.
The smell of sweat and booze resonates throughout the dimly lit basement club. Only a few blocks away Senators argued the day away on Capitol Hill and now the night gives way to an energetic performance from Jazz Cartier. The Toronto upstart makes his D.C. debut to the delight of many. His latest release "I Know" caught the crowd by surprise with an infectious upbeat Lantz production which you can't help but groove to. The haunting vocals guide listeners chanting "I Know" throughout as Cartier effortlessly flows.
Virginia has one of the most promising music scenes that you are more than likely not familiar with. Both DP and D.R.A.M. have been on a roll as of late! Both recently released their respective debuts to the delight of fans and critics alike. The latest release from DP comes in the form of "For The Love Of" which features fellow Virginian D.R.A.M. and a sinister Ducko Mcfli production. The authenticity of DP's music is what resonates most as you can feel the emotion in his voice and grittiness of his rhymes. The two Virginia Beach natives continue to impress and put their chemistry on display. DP's debut album Designer Casket is available now.
One of the District's most promising artists in Chaz French recruits scene veteran Wale for a new release entitled "No Shade." The two croon and trade rhymes over the smooth Super Miles-produced offering. French wears his emotions on his sleeve as he harmonizes and raps to a love lost. He's upset for breaking her heart but in the end his own happiness is more important.
It's a District of Columbia affair as Rashad Stark recruits Fat Trel for his smooth new single "Wanna Ball 2." Stark croons to an unknown temptress as he expresses his desire for the finer things in life and how he wants to experience them with her. He effortlessly flows throughout the laid back self-produced record and is perfectly complemented by the deliberately slow style of Trel.
It's much of the same on Father's latest release "Fuck Up The Sheraton" and that is perfectly alright with us! Father is fucking up the Sheraton with Awful Records' brethren Archibald Slim on the sex and drug-laden record. The two Atlanta musicians rock over the minimalistic self-produced offering. This will be featured on Father's forthcoming album I'm a Piece of Shit, which is set to drop "whenever the fuck I feel like putting it out," the brash rockstar emphasized.