Song of the Day: She Back – Osay

Interweaving intricate rhyme schemes with introspective lyricism, OSAY reintroduces her rap capabilities in her freestyle, ‘She Back’. In this short display, Osay details her desires for more out of life and music while also reminding rappers that she’s not to be messed with as her take-no-prisoners demeanour is on full view to witness.

This Chicago fierce artist made her entrance on the scene with debut EP, ‘Chapter One’ in 2021 which has gained over 10,000 streams to date.

Have a listen to this fiery joint below…

Song of the Day: Same Ole Song – JP The Truth x Johnny Innuendo

If you hit the button on JP THE TRUTH‘s single, ‘Same Ole Song’ and doesn’t (at least) make your heart skip a beat, then I have to say there’s something wrong with you!

Oozing featherily layers of soulful R&B, this emotive ballad chronicles the type of love that never fades away, delivered through a heart-warming vocal performance.

You really don’t want to pass up on this diamond…check it out below…

Jason Griff Brings On The ‘Rage’ In Latest Track

Ahead of his punk rock inspired album ‘Fireside Chats’, slated for release on 21st May via Brandcamp, JASON GRIFF drops a hell-raising joint titled ‘Rage’, featuring Alex Ludovico, Juganaut and Alaska, spitting over high-energy guitars and hard hitting breaks.

The latest single sets the tone for Griff’s self-produced project, which features a host of rappers including, billy woods, Alex Ludovico, Juganaut, Curly Castro, Premrock, Alaska (of Atoms Fam), Zilla Rocca, Defcee, Skech185 – and the late great Scorcese Lorde Jones.

‘Rage’ is out now on all good download and streaming sites and via Insubordinate Records, a label Griff set up with Scorcese Lorde Jones and Alex Ludovico.

EP Review: KWESBAAR RMXS – Neak

NEAK‘s latest project, ‘KWESBAAR RMXS’ maybe a mini set of just five tracks, but it burst with influences, with his spin on hip-hop from the golden era (circa late 80’s), which is often met with rhythmic loops of 70s-style soulful vocals. Third effort ‘The Gift (Mashup)’, brings a little something different to the project as it taps into the boombap vibe working in unison with bluesy jazz tones for that tinging sensation.

‘KWESBAAR RMXS’ is a spin off from Neak’s critically acclaimed/self-produced full-length album, ‘KWESBAAR’ as it entails four new interpretations/remixes from that set plus new track, ‘Nothing To Lose, Inner City Blues’. Released year ago, ‘KWESBAAR’ accumulated over 30,000 streams with the first few weeks of its release. Neak’s lucid delivery gives a hard-hitting account of the trials and retributions of being an African-American male in America which, personally, feel (at times) that Kanye West is taking a shot on the collection.

‘KWESBAAR RMXS’ carries on the same theme of his everyday struggles that’s definitely worth a listen…check it out below…

Must Listens: The Gift (Mashup), My Life

Song of the Day: Where’s The Love? – Neak

After making his entry on the blog last month with single, ‘Abstract’ featuring rapper Since9ine6ix, NEAK makes a return, claiming the Song of the Day spot with latest track, ‘Where’s The Love?’

Speaking of the track, which arguably has a tinge of Kanye West (pre-Kardashian), Neak says: “As people, we are affected by societal outcomes and the ways in which we interact with what’s presented to us (media, news, etc.). In this record, I touched on what has affected me and many others, and how it relates to the way we see life; addressing various perspectives that we inherently embrace and live under day-to-day.”

‘Where’s The Love?’ is now out on all major streaming and download sites. Have a listen below…