Skeme just dropped a song that is going to be is his up and coming mixtape Alive & Living. That is due to come out no later than the summer. He is in collaboration in the song with Los Angeles native Jay 305. Skeme and Jay 305 talk about the life that they live which is that hood life, they give it that New York City rap feel like a gangster rap feel. Good song to check out and definitely cop his mixtape later this summer.
XV has kicked off the summer on some square shit. One of the most anticipated mixtapes, Vizzy delivers like a true squarian can only do.
This is the evolution of XV. From past mixtapes, he’s always had one or two songs that define the ‘tape. Popular Culture defines XV. From intro to ending, every song defines the culture of being an L7.
Complex just announced their top 25 rappers that are 25 and under. Just as always anytime that a magazine or anyone announces a list there controversy that surrounds it. People will almost never agree on who should be on the list, and who should receive the top spots. People always have their own arrangement. Whether it is because they dislike a rapper, or it is because their criteria on rappers is different from the person that put the list together. Now that the list is out do you agree with it? Or what should the list look like? Who else Deserves to be on the list
Here is the list and songs that put some of these rappers on the map:
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Dom Kennedy is going to drop his sophomore album he is still very young in his rap career, but has been establishing himself as a forced to be reckoned with. Currently he is one of the top up and coming rappers from the west coast, and it looks like he is going to have a lot of success.