SonReal – Problems

“The line: ‘I would wake up on my homie’s sofa/ weight on all my shoulders,’ is the most memorable one, according to my fans. It’s real. I quit my job and slept on my friends’ couch for 4 months to record an EP.” There was no plan B, it was just music. We couldn’t fit a whole sofa onto the back of a truck so we used a Laz-Y-Boy instead. The rest of the video included B-roll scenes from tour, from Nebraska from Halifax.”

Vancouver’s, SonReal is here with an uplifting message from the upcoming August LP, One Long Dream.

Bump “Problems” below.

Milo – Over the carnage rose a voice prophetic

Scallops Hotel aka Milo drops an out of the blue tape!

Been a minute, that we’ve not heard from the Milwaukee wordsmith, and its always a genesis of random ideas, and an improvisation of sound.

Very few in the game, playing this original, eclectic niche 😎

Bump the mad fresh MILO LP, over the carnage rose a voice prophetic below.

M.I.A. – GOALS

Pick up your receiver, I’ll make you a believer.

Nowadays, an M.I.A. joint drops ever so often, since her retirement from the game in 2016 with AIM.

That said, here’s a sole release besides the February single P.O.W.A. and its groovy!

Bump the SUPA-FRESH  “Goals” below.

Jared Evan – Revive Me

Cause you make our stars align in the sky, don’t know why, I could die. And you make me feel like I’m so alive, don’t no why, I could die.

Been on Jared Evan way back, and the music has grown monumentally.

From the raps and pop-culture dabblings in earlier releases, there’s so much soul in the current sound.

Off 2016’s November LP, The Blanket Truth one of my favorite tracks gets a much deserved visual treatment.

Stream “Revive Me” below, and protect and cherish your love – always.

Dumbfoundead – Foreigner

Dumbfoundead’s newest collective (which includes the dope-ass, YOX), BORN CTZN  marks the game with an EP.

Heavy overtones of American and Korean culture and splish-splash can be heard.

“The Foreigner project is for all the outsiders. As an Asian-American (a.k.a. gyopo) I never knew where I belonged. I had two identities, neither one being fully accepting me. Even when I visited Korea, my home country, I felt like a Foreigner. While I didn’t fully understand the language, I was still embraced by those who followed my music. This mini-album is my first project ever distributed in Korea and I wanted to flip the word ‘Foreigner’ (which is usually used in a negative way) into something positive.”

Bump the Foreigner EP from one of the dopest Asian-American rapper in the game!