A MusicTo collaborative playlist of songs in and around one minute – featuring artists like The Clash • Bad Religion • M.I.A • Cru • Opeth • Pratley • BA Johnson • The Linda Lindas • Ramones
50 years of urban delights from 1971 – 2021: A journey through Jazz, Soul, Funk, Rap and Hip Hop – featuring artists like Roy Ayers • Prince • Miami Sound Machine • Eric B & Rakim • Gang Starr • The Roots • Nightmares On Wax • J Cole
If Hip Hop isn’t “what it used to be” you have yet to dig underground – featuring artists like Roc Marciano • Big Ghost ltd • Westside Gunn • Rome Street • 38 Spesh • Stove God Cooks • Chis Crack • DJ Muggs
Bounce around like a pinball on a mission – featuring artists like J.I.D • XXXTENTACION • Dreamville • IDK • Denzel Curry • Logic • 99 Neighbors
Auditory energy – featuring artists like Gryffin • Odesza • Drake • ZHU • ILLENIUM • Tee Grizzley • Joyner Lucas • BUNT
HunnaV comes together with 916Frosty and Jxve for the super saucy hit “Robbery”
Forgive me for putting the lyrics of the whole song, since each sentence pokes my heart deeply! Wandering between instruments and human voices, between singing and rap, between melody and lyrics, between disappearance and reappearance, my thoughts have also become blue and gray, uneasy and melancholic. While the song is over, the feeling of lost and endless aftertaste comes into mind…
“Sunrise” is the penultimate song in the album “Take” released by Mino on October 31 this year. It may be the echo of the sixth song “Daylight” in this album. When autumn is approaching, a pair of lovers fall in love in “Daylight”, and the beloved woman is like “a ray of light that never fades.”
The track begins and I am already chilled out by the chorus. The rap begins and suddenly there is swag all over my face and the entire room. And the first drop keeps you clinging on to the goosebumps…
Mino’s vocals wandered in the melody, smoothness, and interesting rhymes of the track, highlighting his strong rap techniques and representing a tone of strong and clear commands. Even though Yoo Byung Jae is not a professional singer, his lazy voice matches this song.
With a style and swagger reminiscent iconic hip hop forces, Phelo delivers ice cold bars over soulful melodies: POA is an Anthem fit for a Boss.
At one point or another in a relationship we find ourselves in the proverbial doghouse. Very few of us have found that sacred passage without weathering some sort of a storm.
That is until now!
An experience in slow motion by Chester Watson. Placed in anti-gravitational soundwaves – brooding words are scattered like rain and wash away our minds internalized misguidance. To be heard and to be understood is the essence of Chester Watson’s mystical journey infused creations…
“Say this is people power / Throw up my finger and I’m taking on the Tower”. Taking pot shots at The Donald is all fine and good but it is so much better when it’s done by a daring, eclectic, unpredictable original like Ms Maya Arulpragasam. An activist and a true artist of rap, MIA’s POWA is a unique mix of doo-wop loops, laid-back, bitter rhymes and Tamil folk percussion.