Since Twitter is taking over the world this song seems only appropriate. #Thissongkills. Hoodie Allen is great, clever, and packs his lyrics with a lot of wit. Aylen’s remix just gives this song more kick. I’m a big fan of remixes that don’t alter the lyrics too much and chop the song up and I think that’s what makes this song such a killer remix. #ENJOY!
Snapbacks good friend and inspiring artist Marky, finally dropped his highly anticipated mixtape Divine Intervention. When I tell you that this guys got words of wisdom, I mean it. He’s got some great tracks on this album and it’s now playing on my computer as we speak. We’re always appreciating his killer flow and ability to murder tracks. I’m excited to see him tour and as soon as he hits the New England area you know I’ll be at the concert. Please Please really listen to what he has to say. I’m sure you’ll enjoy his stuff, its got killer samples and was a very well put together project. #winningstreak #snapbacknation #fansforlife
This mixtape was released some time ago but I have been listening to it non stop, for the past month because I can’t get over how good it is. For an 18 year old Luke Christopher is wiser than most adults in this day and age. He’s got plenty to say about life, relationships and just general skill when it comes to writing lyrics. He’s a very talented artists and he deserves all the fame that is headed his way in the near future. My recommendation for this mixtape (listen once all the way through, repeat, repeat, pick your favorites, listen, repeat). It’ll be the last time you ever quote Drake on your facebook or twitter. GET HIS MUSIC!
The game needs more rappers like Aziz. With his latest mixtape, he drops a project with not only incredibly dope tracks but also a killer concept. Aziz tackles a beat from each year he has been alive, hence “TwentyOne.” This tape brings you on a journey through the hip-hop soundscape while Aziz shows off his lyrical capabilities. Oh yeah, and he’s from New Hampshire which happens to be where yours truly hails from. Be sure to download the tape below. Enjoy.
It’s not often you hear nerd culture mixed with hip-hop. I’m always surprised to catch a street fighter reference from someone here or there but to sample sounds from a classic nintendo game, that is skill. I was very impressed by BRIT and all though this song was released some time ago I feel as though he deserves some hype. He’s definitely something different for the hip hop scene and different is always good especially in an era full of Drake and Lil’ Wayne wanna-bees.