Introduction to new artist Jimmy Johnson with a little help from ΒΛΚΞΓ$CLUB general Raz Fresco.
Jimmy Johnson releases his second single to touch the music world entitled “Loud As Fuck” produced by Raz Fresco. This single takes the listener on a ride that feels like being in a car going 400 miles per hour, with the radio turned all the way up and the windows rolled all the way down. Delivering lightning fast lyrics along with a catchy hook, Jimmy looks to captivate his audience once more with a brand new sound of his own. This is the latest offering off of “In God We Trust”, Jimmy Johnson’s debut project set to release later this summer.
Flyer says it all. Some real hip-hop sh*t’s going down tonight! Lol. Shouts to the Big Ticket fam and congrats on the 1-year anniversary!
Shad hops on the Kanye joint. Uh uh honey.
Shad’s take on Yeezus’ “Bound 2”. Bastid on the wikki-wikkis.
If you haven’t heard it yet, check out Shad & Skratch Bastid “The Spring Up” EP for more good raps: soundcloud.com/skratchbastid/sets/the-spring-up-ep-2013
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Richie with a dope ode to Marvin…
“I use to listen to these podcasts from DJ Grouchy Greg where he would play all these classic soul tunes and give a back story to how the tracks came to be. One episode was about Marvin, Berry Gordy and Motown. The story of Marvin’s life was both beautiful and tragic and brought life to the music that I already heard but never analyzed. I learned this man was world famous but dead broke, depressed, addicted to coke and still created this masterpiece. It was conceptual, political, religious, conscious and soulful all at the same time. It became my favorite album. I put it in the ranks of the Ready To Die’s, Illmatic, Reasonable Doubt’s and Hell Hath No Fury’s of my collection but overall, it’s the greatest album ever created to me.
I crafted this tape in the summer of 2007, when I was living with my cousin in Jane and Finch. Feeling broke, somewhat depressed and being a pothead, I felt like I was in the same creative nirvana as Marvin at the time. I chopped every song on that album and wanted to do a album project with me or someone else rapping on it. Time passed by and now its 2013. Honestly, I subconsciously didn’t want to hear no rappers on it. I left it alone. Glad I did. Enjoy.”
– Rich Kidd
Previously: NEW VIDEO: Rich Kidd – I’d Be Lying (Directed by Andrew Stephenson)
Introduction to new singer Makida Rae courtesy of the homies over at TorontoRappers.com. Welcome to the game Miss Rae.