Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Two names that avid visitors of this site should know are teaming up for a new project. MC Tree and I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C. dropped their new single titled "On Dem 4's". We've actually been waiting impatiently for Tree to return with something new, it seems we're closer than we thought as he and I.B. are working on "IBTree". “I”m chauffeuring MC Tree through the upper, lower and mid level echelons of soul trap housery. From dealing with stuck up kids, elaborate functions with mad men gone awry, tackling the Soul Trap international scene, and appreciating everything in between.", says I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C. This isn't the first time we heard this combination of artist and producer, so I'm pretty confident that, these two who take their craft pretty serious, will deliver a good project.
When things doesn't happen the way you plan or the way you want them to, there's a clear experience that is gain from it. Its a learning experience, you grow from it, and Marvelous comes to this realization with a new track called "Perfect". Getting production from Flex Lennon, who provides a sound that's destined for the car stereo, this song is a good addition to Marvelous' growing catalog. Look for a new project called "In Due time" in the near future.
Monday, June 27, 2016
It seems that Supa Bwe isn't done with collaborative groups with his fellow Chicago rappers. Hurt Everybody seemed to be on an escalator to success but that was railroaded due to internal disagreements. That hasn't deterred Supa from teaming up with UG Vavy and Shepard Hues. If you heard the "I'm Done Ballin" EP, then VVS Shordy" might have been some indication as to the sound well get from this new trio. Fight Me, the name they're performing under, is completely new and its pretty early to say what we can expect from them.
Individually we've come to know UG Vavy and Supa Bwe, with Shepard Hues being the relatively new name. UG took some time away from the music and returned with a rejuvenated sound with intent toward a new project. He's been dropping some pretty strong records that make for a great live performances, like "Gawp", "In My Bag", and "Sport It". Supa Bwe continues to be one of the most consistent artist in the scene, keeping new music coming. He's garnered a loyal fan-base through continuously good releases combined with a unique style. Supa aims to drop "Dead Again 3" July 4th. Shepard Hues is the least notable one here, but his name is far from completely new to us. He handled the production for one favorite collaboration from CHURCHDONTSTOP and Qari on "No Sleep". His soundcloud page notes three of his talents "Singer, Producer, Engineer", so we get an idea of what we can expect.
The Fight Me trio drops off their first official release, and it bangs in the speaker. UG Vavy get the credit for this production, as we get a song titled "Annie".
Jeremih is currently working on his fourth studio, Later Than Night and then his collab project with PartyNextDoor.
No I.D. makes a rare appearance on Soulection Radio Show, where he talked about Common's upcoming project. He talks about being a creation and business man as Def Jam's Vice President. "Who would thing Bow Wow would be my first number one record", says No I.D. Soulection Radio premiered new music from Common as well, which they're saying will be on his upcoming album.
Returning to the scene with her latest single, Tink delivers a Jahlil Beats produced track titled, "Count It Up". Gearing up for her debut studio project later this year under the eyes of her mentor hit maker Timbaland, the young female emcee comes with a motivational R&B cut to reflect on her hustle and the many obstacles she's overcome. Showing off such a revolving flow, we can only imagine how distinct her sound will be for her major label debut this year.