Practically a regular here in the Frostclick blog, Wordsmith returns with a brand new Mixtape, Prelude To the King. True to form, the album is a great display of smooth beats, catchy rhythm, as well as awesome mic skills from Word and crew.
There's really no need to argue whether this mixtape is worth your time. Pretty much anything Wordsmith has released has always held the bar high enough to warrant a listen and eventually a download.
Prelude To The King is no different of course, marching in with 15 tracks that bob and sway with beats worthy of welcoming any hip hop royalty.
This mixtape from WolF J McFarlane might be a few years old, but the sound is as current as ever. Blasting your ears with a great mix of samples, catchy beats and uptempo tracks; the album is a great audio experience from beginning to end.
UpSideDownDay was released back in December 2009 and combines a flurry of tracks that's best described as "neo hip hop." Mixing traditional beats and samples with unexpected rhymes and sounds; the album is a refreshing take on the usual hip hop sound.
Re-Surch first broke through the hip hop scene with his first album Alcoholic College Kidz back in 2007. His latest mixtape is a compilation of 20 tracks done in collaboration with Kevin Nottingham and One Three Music.
All 20 tracks exude just feel good hip hop music that you can play in your favorite lounge area. Taking no consideration for current hip hop stereotypes, the tracks are perfect for those who just want to relax and have a great time.