Did you really think Myke C-Town was going to let a Brother Ali project drop and not talk about it? If so, you really must not know him very well. Check out his review of the Brother Ali’s Left In The Deck.
One of the things I value most in a writer is subtlety, or at least the ability to be subtle. There’s nothing more powerful than something that’s resonant without obviously trying to be. This is not that. I’ve admired the crew here at Dead End Hip Hop since they first started, so naturally when they brought me on board this month, I thought “Hey, what better way to introduce myself than to alienate everyone?” 5. Life After Death is better than Ready to Die: No conversation in real life or on any message board (which are, depressingly, kind of the…
This is the lead single by the group, Killstreak. I’m really feeling this. Give it a listen if you’re a fan of stuff like Atmosphere, later Eydea, Sage Francis, Sadistik, etc. They have an album dropping on July 9th. Check out the promo for it below. For more info on these guys, go to http://www.killstreak.info.
Someone said they look like the twins from The Shining 33 years later. Hilarious. Wait, is it true? “Ain’t Nobody” is off The Family Sign.
In continuing with our new “Website Exclusive” solo reviews, here Myke C-Town takes on the latest album by Sadistik, entitled Flowers For My Father. Check out what he thought about the Seattle MC’s newest offering.