Mixtape: Zuse – “Bullet”

March 27, 2014 No comments yet

Finally, it’s here. I first caught wind of Zuse on the criminally overlooked Zooly Gvng compilation where he shined throughout. After hearing “Red” for the first time – A crushing club number that exerts the same feral aggression this side of “O.G. Bobby Johnson” – I knew that the Jamaican-born, Atlanta-raised rapper was gearing for something big. […]

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Mixtape: Kap G – Like A Mexican

March 6, 2014 No comments yet

Kap G is Atlanta’s latest import, residing in the city’s College Park section of Mexican descent. The city itself is rivaling New York and Los Angeles with its musical melting pot, as exemplified by the Jamaican-born Zuse and MJF’s favorite Future Hendrix. Signed to Atlantic Records through The Academy imprint and receiving cosigns from Pharrell […]

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Download: “NWTS/CS” – This “Nothing Was The Same” Chopped And Screwed Tape Is Absolutely Amazing

October 7, 2013 No comments yet

  A crew of DJs affiliated with crews called Franchise and Nostalgia Label (Sir CRKS, Jay Smith, OG Steve, Brandeauxx) banded together to give you, me, us, we, the world—a pristine chopped and screwed mixtape. It takes the tracks from Nothing Was The Same and does the normal stutter stepping and pitch dropping that’s inherent with […]

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Mixtape: Vic Mensa – INNANETAPE

October 1, 2013 No comments yet

I’ve been waiting on this for an entire summer. Ever since he turned heads on Chance The Rapper’s startling Acid Rap highlight “Cocoa Butter Kisses”, Vic Mensa has been priming himself to be the next member of Chicago’s Save Money crew to break out. Now he gets his opportunity with his solo outing INNANETAPE. This is not Mensa’s first […]

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Mixtape: Isaiah Toothtaker x Jacob Safari – “ИOTHING” EP

September 19, 2013 No comments yet

Tucson native and all-around gold-hearted scoundrel Isaiah Toothtaker is one of my favorites doing it right now. His unique voice and delivery draw you in, while the fact that he’s done everything he’s rapping about keeps you around. Charismatic, Toothtaker isn’t a rapper; he’s an orator. Jacob Safari (of Wavves fame) handles the production using […]

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