VIDEO: MarQ Spekt featuring Deacon The Villain’s “Shangri-La”

What would you expect from MarQ Spekt? Do you know who he is? No? Then welcome yourself to him and his music. The song was produced by Deacon The Villain of Cunninlynguists, who was also nice enough to include himself within the track too and the tune (that was the third word I used to describe this composition, now that’s a fourth) is called “Shangri-La”, which is ready to entice and delight anyone within the vicinity of its sound. The number (and that’s a fifth) is from his latest album The Grilchy Era, which you can check out below via Bandcamp.

FREE DL: JustMe featuring Deagon The Villain’s “BLVD Scarred”

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Illect Recordings has released a new single by JustMe called “BLVD Scarred”, and what takes this closer to the edge is the production from CunninLynguists’ Deacon the Villain, who also places in a verse of his own. Also there for assistance is Anetra Polk, and to me that is a recipe for hip-hip success.

SOME STUFFS: CunninLynguists’ Natti gets the spotlight on him with debut solo album

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CunninLynguists have made great music for years but individually, you’ve heard more from Kno and Deacon The Villain and not Natti. This now changes, effective immediately, with Natti releasing his debut solo album called Still Motion which features a mess of people helping him out including Young Chu, Sheisty Khrist, Vegas Posada, Jason Coffee, Mino Slick, Cecil Gardner, Substantial, Sha Stimuli, Studio, and Freddie Gibbs, along with Kno and Deacon The Villain assisting on the production side, with SunnyStylez assisting on another track.

You may buy it digitally, along with two different CD packages (including a deluxe edition), through Bandcamp below.

VIDEO: JustMe featuring Marcus Wilkerson and Sheisty Khrist’s “Knob Creek”

Cunninlynguists member Deacon The Villain directed the new video by JustMe called “Knob Creek”, with assistance from Marcus Wilkerson and Sheisty Khrist. The song comes from JustMe’s album on Illect, Full Disclosure (my review of which can be read by clicking here.)