This week in celebration of the 49’ers win to make it to the Superbowl we gone give y’all another one of the West’s best. If you haven’t heard of Dom Kennedy then we would suspect yo internet services aren’t working at yo residence… But for those of you who have heard we don’t need to tell y’all Dom is one of the slickest rappers in the game (meaning he’ll talk yo girl out her panties). In the middle of 2012 Dom dropped the Yellow Album which has had over 200,000 downloads, that’s like ghetto platinum or something!!! Listen will guaranteed Dom Kennedy will be your new favorite rapper, complements to his super smooth style and pimp-like flow the Yellow Album will have you wanting more. And with features from the like of Kendrick Lamar, Freddie Gibbs, and Rick Ross shows you why this was on of the best mixtapes of 2012!!! SHUT UP & LISTEN!
Casey Veggies is here to bring us the Life Changes mixtape and with a title like that we’d say it’s safe to assume this is the mix thats gone push him over the top. So take it from us if you been sleepin’ on Casey Veggies this is a great opportunity to get up on what you been missing. Especially since the Cali rapper has been one of the cold-est & dope-est young lyricist out for about the last 2 of years! This mixtape has crazy production with very little features… And y’all know how we feel about hella features, tell’m JP!!! #Gahlee Lol! Anyways back to the music. Now don’t be stupid you dummy and not listen to us. Download Life Changes with the link below and enjoy!!!
UNDERGROUND ARTIST: Skeme The Duke
ALBUM: Alive & Living
This new one from Skeme is one to cop. He doesn’t disappoint at all. With his distinctive raspy voice combined with his tougher than average lyrics keeps your ears glued. Production on the album complements his style perfectly. If your a #REALHIPHOP fan you can’t do anything but appreciate how Skeme stays true to the underground with the features on this album. No mainstream on this album, and I can dig that!!! Skeme shows he can hold his own along with underground artist like scHoolboy Q, Dom Kennedy, and Kendrick Lamar. Who I still consider underground, for now… Despite your opinion on who is or isn’t underground “Alive & Living” is a must have and is a prime example of QUALITY underground hip hop. So if you bout this life get the album!