Victor Mariachi is a dope MC local to the Atlanta area. You may remember the interview we did with him on Dead End Hip Hop some years ago. Well, he’s back with a new video that serves as a teaser for his upcoming album. Check out “Changes” and be sure to give Victor a follow to stay updated on the new album.
Adan Bean, MC from Atlanta hip hop group The Remnant, drops the first single from his first official solo album. It’s called “I’ll Sit This One Out (Step Back)” and it’s a dope track about the struggles of a relationship. Check it out!
Be sure to follow Adan on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AdanBean
I’ve been meaning to post this for a LONG time, but I’m a dickhead and I’ve just been super busy. Anyway, this is the new release by Malibu Shark Attack. They consist of Tribe One (of The Remnant) and producer, Rocky. This is definitely different from the hip hop you’ll randomly hear nowadays. Imagine experimental rap mixed with electro-pop beats mixed with…I don’t even know. All I know is it’s dope! Super catchy and very well made. Remember that project Busdriver did with Radioinactive and Daedelus? Well cross that with, maybe, some of Louis Logic’s more recent material and you’re kind of on the right path.
Either way, stop and give these guys a listen!
You can check their whole album out here!
Below is a video they did for the first track on the record.
Taken from the post on their YouTube page: On May 7th, 2014, The Remnant rocked in East Atlanta Village’s 529 w/ Rhymesayers’ own Blueprint as well as Count Bass D (Speakeasy Promotions event). It’s been quite a journey bringing our recent album Indian Summer to the people. We asked the good folk at Modest Media to help us document it. Take a look!
The fellas in The Remnant recently dropped a dope lyric video for their track, “The Giveaway” off their 2013 release, Indian Summer.
A word from The Remnant:
We linked with PJ Morton (YMCMB/Maroon5) a few years back to record “The Giveaway” for our 2009 project, PB&J. Since then, we’ve performed extensively as well as continued to sharpen our unique brand of retro-progressive hip hop in the vein of De La Soul. In October of this year, we released our follow up album entitled Indian Summer which features Kameron Corvet, Chantae Cann, Carmen Rodgers and folk singer Micah Dalton. As we prepare to hit the road and release more videos in 2014, we’re also planning a duets album that will feature some of our past collaborations (“The Giveaway” included) as well as remixes with which people might be unfamiliar. Until then, enjoy “The Giveaway” and support on iTunes, Amazon or bandcamp – TheRemnant.bandcamp.com
My man, Plewto Smith, is back with a new track called Throw It Back! This is that Summertime party type shit. I can dig it. Check it out!
“You a doodoo stan ho, cuz you ain’t about shit…”
The Remnant released the first single off of their upcoming project “Indian Summer” recently. If this is what the album is gonna sound like then we may have one of the best albums of the year on the way. The track is produced by Deacon The Villain and apparently he produced another track on the project too. You can download it for free below.
The album is available for presale right now at www.TheRemnant.bandcamp.com. It releases on 6/25 and preorders receive two songs immediately.
If you in Atlanta, hit up this concert highlighting up and coming artists, some known and unknown, from Atlanta and North Carolina. There will be 8 Total hip-hop artists (4 male/4 female) going along with the Battle of the Sexes concept. Performances will be tottered from male to female with a performance from Adrift Da Belle and Joe Stu to cap off the night. Dj Ill Will will be playing the intermissions and end the night from 2am-3am after the show. 18 & Up to enter; 21 to drink. Atlanta hip hop at its finest.