Now Endeavor is a duo from Detroit who describe themselves as musicians who “don’t fit anywhere”. What I assume them to mean by that is that their music doesn’t limit itself to a single genre, and this can be seen on their latest EP where we are given a mix of hip-hop, rap, pop and dubstep.Read More
Put Hip Hop, Reggae, awesome Metal Guitars and Bass lines, a bit of 311 + Limp Bizkit + Video Game Culture, graphic design, New York City Urban Culture from a group of talented artsts with a disregard for the rules and you have yourself one hell of a band called Shinobi Ninja.Read More
CunninLynguists are very much capable on the microphone, their voices are very ear friendly (and this is coming from a guy that does not like rap normally). One of the best produced rap albums I have heard. In rap, and in almost all music genres, people tend to say that ”An album is only as good as its production”. Well, this is pretty much the real deal.Read More
Enveloped in sleek verses from stellar hip-hop artists, Mark Battles, Dizzy Wright and Euroz, Lost in Reality shuffles up some great beats for your go-to playlist.
Packed with eleven tracks, the Fly America crew’s pure love for their chosen genre shines through in every note.Read More
Explore the underground hip hop scene with Skulastic‘s self-titled album released July of last year. The hip-hop artist churns out eleven remarkable tracks all the way from Nanaimo, Canada.
Opening the album is title track Skulastic, which features some old-school funk and rhythmic female rapping, The song injects the right energy and playfulness with uptempo beats and whistles.Read More