Portland hip-hop continues to be in shape and for proof, check out this new one from EsoXoSupreme. It’s all about “Power” and things get more powerful in this collaboration with Free5ive. This one was directed by Thomas Dierikx
The group known as death metal brutalizers Carnifex released their sixth album through Nuclear Blast called Slow Death
but the way this song sounds, they’ve given themselves life. Check out the clip for “Dark Heart Ceremony” and discover where it leads you.
Mello Music Group have another gem here with a new album by Stik Figa, who worked with producer Apollo Brown and now you can hear a hint of it with “Holding Back Tears”. The video was directed by Morgan Cooper. Stik Figa’s album Central Standard Time
can be ordered below via Amazon.com.
If you’re wanting to know what is hot in the ATL for hip-hop, you may want to try Lil Baby for side, as he has a track called “For You” which happens to be, well, for you. The song is from his latest street album Perfect Timing
, which you can check out below via Soundcloud.
The album Fear Those Who Fear Him
(Century Media) was released last week Friday but Vallenfyre now has a video in support of it. Check out the clip for “The Merciless Tide”. which was directed by Ash Pears. The album can be ordered below through Amazon.com.
From their Burger/Modern Sky album The Afternoons
is a nice and crispy one from Cotillon called “Secaret” but don’t allow this to be a secret. No no. Director Luke Barham put this together so get into it for it is a scorcher.
Do you remember when soft drinks had a major competition across the nation? What was your choice? I always preferred Coke over Pepsi and it seems Tony Price does too with his new song and now video. I Prefer Coca Cola
is a cassette-only album and can be ordered directly from Burger Records
Burger Records have released another gem, this time by Lovely Bad Things and their new EP, Homebodies
. From it is a nice pop rocker called “Hiding To Nothing”, which sounds a bit like early R.E.M. or Let’s Active, or even The La’s “There She Goes”.
It’s not about “and the city”, it’s being “In The City” when it comes to “Sex” and wanting to share your crotch protein and that is what Ali Aura is doing with his new track and if the song sounds like it could come from somewhere else, realize that this was produced by Cee-Lo Green, who is sharing his vibe with others. Will this become a scorcher? It could.
I’m not certain if he’s ravishing but Ricky Rude is here to tell you about how modern times and what it means to survive, even if it means going towards another direction. This one was nicely directed by Jared Biunno while Rude co-produced this with Brainwave and Jordan Graves.