Archives du mot clé : Hip Hop

Cypher BeatZ by PHONK SYCKE

Released early September 2016, Cypher BeatZ is a 7-track-album made for Battle Dancerz who rock the Cypherz, it’s also suitable for practice and Jamz, says its creator Phonk Sycke. My heart goes to the track Jungle Fog. Phonk Sycke is a Dj and radio host on Undergroundexplorerradioshow at Generations every […]


The Soul Chapter EP by Pablo Queu

Musician and producer Pablo Queu from Spain uses his guitar as his main instrument. He lately delivered his second official EP, featuring original beats which combine soul and electronic elements among jazz, hip hop and blues guitar. Everything being produced, mixed and mastered by him on this mini-EP. Enjoy!

The Soul Chapter EP_Pablo Queu

The Light Bearer by Jimetta Rose (LP)

Released 2 weeks ago, latest LP The Light Bearer by Jimetta Rose meets all expectations. The whole record being produced by Georgia Anne Muldrow (from SomeOthaShip Connect) is a journey through hip hop, jazz and r&b/soul vibes and energy. Coming from Los Angeles, she has collobarated with many recognized music […]

Light Bearer_Jimetta Rose

Higher Vibrations by Tay Sean

My latest discovery. Last weekend I came across Tay Sean, a brilliant artist who is releasing September 20, 2016 his LP Leavings. Higher Vibrations is part of it and it is just great. This LP is available for pre-orders Great listening!

Higher Vibrations_Tay Sean Brown

Brea by Oddisee – Music Video

« A Tribute To The Unseen Soul. » – Director Ryan Calavano from the album Oddisee « The Odd Tape ». MC/producer, Oddisee shares a new video for the single Brea from his new instrumental album The Odd Tape that comes out today on deluxe (purple & green) vinyl. Director Ryan Calavano creates a […]

Brea Music Video by Oddisee

Alwasta by Oddisee – Free download album

Last week, Oddisee’s released on bandcamp Alwasta, a free-donwload album. Fans go check it out! Sudanese­-American hip­hop artist Oddisee’s new EP, “Al­Wasta” takes its title from the Arabic colloquial term used to mean (to use colloquial English) “the plug.” The term “wasta” comes from the Arabic word “wasat,” meaning “middle” […]

Alwasta - Oddisee