Kaytee Da Voice comes back to bless us with another hot joint, Fantasy. With the 80s feel, the vibe on the song creates a fantasy with words for all to hear. Check out her new video here!
1dah is back with a single for the summer on his forthcoming album called Summer Fun featuring Speechless. 1DAH has that voice that makes the music feel light and easy to enjoy. It will definitely bump in my speakers for the remainder of the summer.
Hailing from Chicago, or Chiraq as its been renamed, Koncrete City reemerges with All My Life. When it first blares through the speakers, I think not another trap song. Then I hear strings that Mr. WBeatz put in there and had a change of heart. Koncrete went easy on the first verse, but came at lightening speed on the second verse. He’s trying to build a building and in Chicago that is hard to do! He says I know you’ve been waiting for this, and we most certainly have. Check out this new visual for Koncrete City All My Life.
Photo credit: DC Visuals
As I take the first sip of the Flask Life, I begin to feel like I’m coasting to the sound of the waves hitting the shore with a blunt in hand. I’m now bobbing my head to the Day in the Life of the Flask and immediately think the Will Smith Summertime vibe. I feel like I was at the cookout with him soaking in the ambiance of friends and family. Then out of nowhere Big George takes us to his hood with the bounce music on the joint Party, that easily visits the trap sure to be a strip club classic.
All the Way features the homie Hoddie the Young Jedi giving me old school hip hop. Then Big George introduces us to his favorite drink, Gimonade. His cadence and melodic hook is very reminiscent of Nate Dogg. God forbid that Gimonade in the red cup runs out, you quick to ask the dj for a Refill. Take a little time for yourself to run the Flask Life back. When you order Another Round make sure you get that bottle cause you know it’s going down. True Lies shakes up the tape with his feature on Who Knows taking us on a journey with him through his hood. Big George gives you the laid-back flow on this joint proving he knows what’s going on when the liquor is involved.
Now typically we don’t do this, but going on ahead and Keep the Party Going. Proving that he is all about having a great time with the ladies just as long as everyone is cool. Before leaving it all on the table, Big George wanted to show his softer side. Love Like This describes his relationship that many would think is about a woman, but we know better! The Flask Life is dope down to the Last Sip.
Big George hails from Plainfield, NJ, but has the versatility to give you a west coast feel from an East Coast BEAST! The tape is cohesive and the features are the chaser. The Flask Life gets 5 stars!
Hailing from New Brunswick, NJ Authentik is a R&B singer with a lot of hip hop influence in the background. Being featured on many artists records, he felt it was time to bless the world with his first mixtape, “Classified”. He mixes everyday issues with melodies and sings us through the pain.
He said in a recent interview with BKS1 Radio that his father was his biggest inspiration. When he lost his father in 2003 that was a pivotal moment in his life where he decided on whether or not to give up on his dream of singing. Fast forward and he is on the fast track to stardom. In person he is a quiet spirit, but when he is performing nothing can get in his way.
With his new single, Last Time, Authentik is bringing you the heat with the first single. To download his latest project click this link, http://www.reverbnation.com/authentik4/songs
BiBi’s is taking the time to highlight a dope MC who calls himself Leon Marin. First up on the 16orBetter freestyle cypher, he goes hard from the beginning of the rhyme to the end. Even slows down the flow in order to be in line with the music perfectly. A dope cypher featuring Leon Marin.
Atlanta MC, Sergio, is stepping on the scene with new song Where Have You Been! With the question burning in the minds of the people, Sergio takes you on his journey.
Listen below to Where Have You Been
I met the precocious, young man at a hip hop summit. He was full of questions that spoke to the innocence he possessed, but the tenacity for this music sport. We sat down and had a few words with this New Jersey native about the state of hip hop to who do you like best. It was clear he was ready to make a name for himself as a producer. Formerly a rapper, he says that “hip hop ain’t dead, it’s just growing.”
“I am real competitive so I like to stay current” was the answer he gave when asked how often does he put people up on new music. Mentioning his favorite rapper at the moment was Future, who he says he put people onto prior to the rise of Future. Check out the interview and go find his work https://soundcloud.com/yung-mir-3