I don’t know nathan about this record, I just like it! It’s catchy af. I caught it on the FB page of the homie, Patrick Cornish of East Coast Digital Radio. I post enough ‘real’ sh-t, you can indulge me on this one (and a few more that might follow it, lol….)
People used to laugh at me when I said the two most influential MC’s on contemporary hip-hop were Soulja Boy and Lil B. I wonder if people looked back at the first song that went viral for Soulja Boy, “I Got Me Some Bapes” if they would agree that it’s kind of obvious now or not? Either way, here go a couple tracks from his just-released, King Soulja VI mixtape including an update on that seminal track called, “Bathing Apes.”
Here go a nice track from TDE MC, Isaiah Rashad‘s recently released The Sun’s Tirade album. Truth be told, I haven’t had a chance to get deep into the album as of yet, but this track definitely stood out!
Previously on the Kitchen:
Isaiah Rashad – i mean [MP3]
I was crazy late pass status on the original. A little better on this remix which dropped yesterday featuring a re-energized 50 cent giving me 50 cent is the Future vibes by hopping on a hot record and doing what he do: re-boot it sometimes better than it was before!
Just finished listening to the newly-released Atrocity Exhibition album by Danny Brown. As I opined on Twitter, it’s really, really good and this track is a stand-out from this excellent album. K.dot, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt, titans of the new school of hip-hop lyricism all together??! Yes, this is as good as you would expect. Go check out Atrocity Exhibition, you won’t be sorry. And you’re welcome, in advance….