Produced by Marcus D.
Schoolboy Q gives some insight on the recipe for his music, the competitive camaraderie of Black Hippy and how he got on track with his label Top Dawg Entertainment. As a West Coast L.A. resident and self-identified street tribe affiliate, Schoolboy states his music not only speaks to the streets, gang bangers, and hustlers, but it also enlightens, educates, and has some fun for the kids and everyday peoples. – BlowHipHop
At this point anything that Veggies touches I’m listening to. This joint is smooth as hell! Off C-Sans album titled, GameTime.
I remember when Kendrick introduced me to Jay Rock and I had no clue who he was at the time. Now he’s getting co-signs from Dre and Snoop. Make sure to go check out Follow Me Home, which dropped today.
From the homies Rhymesayers debut album titled “Together/Apart”.
And this is officially my summer jam! Hopefully these dudes put together an album soon!
“Spittin’ at the camera like Pac before prison.” Produced by 9th Wonder.
Chapter 1 follows a couple as their relationship has reached it’s breaking point. Inundated by jealousy, anger, and resentment, what starts off as trip to the ocean to try and rekindle a spark instead leads to a violent fight. Reality is harsh, gritty and painful. This is all juxtaposed against the subconscious, which is represented by the tunnel. Here the couple is alone, on a journey. Things are good, things are bad, but they are together. This represents the internal struggle of the two.
Dope as always! Support good music and listen to the man!