Royce da 5’9″, El Da Sensei, 9th Wonder, Khrysis, and SpaceGhostPurrp are just some of the people associating themselves on the new album by North Carolina’s Fluent. Not only is Retro Future brand new for you and all, it is available for free. Street albums are a dime a dozen these days, but here is one that is worth checking out.
Black Kennedy is the street album KAZE created, on the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, but KAZE has something to prove, which is why he made a video for one of the tracks off of the album. It’s called “Underground Railroad”, showing the path now, like then, is all a part of the struggle for survival.
Are you ready to crack upon another piece of abdomen to find a very good hip-hop song? In my opinion this is very good, and this very good-ness comes from KAZE, who brings in Amanda Barrino to offer up a song about what they’re “Searching” for. M-Phazes handled the production on this, so it’s bliss. It will be released on KAZE’s Black Kennedy street album, due out this Thursday.
These days, getting social in your music means talking about the deepness of your Facebook timeline. For North Carolina’s KAZE, it goes much deeper than that, as he shows us in his video for “No Agenda”, a track from his forthcoming street album, Black Kennedy.