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Tag Archives: hiphop
So … once again I am a joke and missed Thursday’s Chillax anthem. But I just couldn’t find anything good enough. Due to some miracle I have managed to find something good at 9 oclock in the morning… not my … Continue reading
Massive group of kids. Great instrumentals and sweet vocals:
So D.O.’s No Matter What feat. BeatChild is a little bit corny. But I love the jazzy beat.
Despite the politically incorrect name – a reference to Hollywood movie ‘Tropic Thunder’ – this track has been blowing up all over the internet. El-P is back with his new LP Cancer for Cure. Very solid hiphop sound.
Described by Pitchfork as “the rapper and the poet, the spawn of UGK and OutKast, combining street and cerebral”, A.Dd+ are creating sounds that other rappers haven’t even dreamt of. A.Dd+’s forward thinking hiphop and fresh beats are brought to you … Continue reading
Vocals by Tree, the Project Mayhem rapper, and mixing and production by DJ So What. Mix of hiphop and electronic sounds works like a charm.
Ghostpoet is by far my favourite UK rapper at the moment, particularly the warm calmness of this song. This is all set off perfectly by the pop harmonies of the female choral voices. The lyrics and meaning of the song … Continue reading
This is my song of choice to bring in the weekend. This Boston hiphop group – Grey Sky Appeal are awesome. If you like hiphop and even if you don’t, definitely worth a listen:
“Teenage Dream” by Lushlife from the 2011 self-released mixtape No More Golden Days. The way he samples and sources from Indie tracks is pretty fresh. Here it is:
Recently and… a little bit less recently, I have found so much hiphop not only uninspiring but completely exhausting to listen to. Rapping has become more and more about angry screaming and less about crafted lyricism combined with compelling, handsome … Continue reading