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AYE FIB – “My LIFESTYLE” MVMIX Finally Found Its Groove

AYE FIB’s new album is all shades of awesomeness. The songs in the album are perfectly placed in the archive of Hip-hop and Rnb genre. The album, however, just like most other hip-hop songs have many explicit languages that are used in it but it’s got quite a lot of nice songs in it. I personally love “Vroom” and “Issa Wrap” tracks.

It a rare thing to see hip-hop artist switch to a different style of rapping in their album and AYE LIB nice demonstration made it look like it’s not really a nut that’s so hard to crack.

From its Inception, the first song on the album “Laz Gang” was mired in dissonance, it started off sparingly, and the sound was meagerly pitched and represented. Although after some few minutes, the song got back to its fine tune. The subsequent songs are well laced if you somewhat was able to love the first song then you’ll surely fall in love with rest of the songs.

There’s a sense of purposefulness in this album, it’s got a ferocious and uptight lead off song although there are some minutes of poor sound issues and vocal clarity experienced.

“Animal” on its own is a gripping, enthralling and a beautifully laid song which has a consistent sound behind its plethora of high-pitch cameos. There’s a stylistic ink that binds everything together in the song “Vroom”.

Most of the songs in this album are ostensibly well pitched; the beats are like the normal rap hip hop beats that’s well mastered and smooth. Virtually everything comes with an array of super high vocal that can coherently cause a ripple effect in the mind of its listeners.

The album track list includes: Laz Gang, Issa Wrap, I told em, I’m back, Vroom, Hittin my line, Animal, Either way, Make it rain, and the last but not the least; Rollin.

This album has in stock a good collection of nice and frenzy hip hop/rap songs that will interest you. Be sure to check them out here



Sammy Smash – Shake Wit Smash: Greet Your New Guilty Pleasure

Since the track’s release in November 2017, the official music video to Shake Wit Smash has gone viral, and for once, there’s raw talent beneath the sensationalism of the debut track by Sammy Smash.

Hip Hop Dance fans can’t get enough of the pounding basslines, lyrical flow, and dirty synth styling. The underground Rap artist clearly doesn’t adopt limits when it comes to his lyrical flow, you can hear the enigmatic ring in his upbeat delivery in this furiously paced track. Even if the cross over genre of Hip Hop Dance isn’t your bag, you’re going to love the brand-new track which is tantalised with testosterone to create an infectious new club hit. Rather than assimilate other Rappers with obsolete styling, Sammy Smash has transcended the tired old scene with his playful take on misogyny in music.

I’m pretty excited to see where Sammy takes his music next, because with such a veracious, enigmatic personality, it wouldn’t be a surprise seeing him stood next to Pharrell in his next music video.

Check out the sensational Official Music video to Shake Wit Smash on YouTube now:

-Amelia Vandergast


Criss Jrumz – “Reign” the best you’ve ever heard in a long while

Coming through with a velocity that’s hard enough to wrench cacophony into oblivion, Ladies and gentlemen I present to you a lyrical prodigy with a great potential to break and set new smashing records in the game; Criss Jrumz.

Are y’all ready for this one? Brace up and keep your mind on the verge of unravelling a jukebox that’s refreshingly super-trooper cool here. There ain’t nobody who’s gonna be brave enough to argue about the authenticity of this track. This is a slick song for real.

Emerging through like the real OG on this track as a realist that spits nothing but real truism is nobody else but Criss, a young talented rapper who just redefined the act of good rap music with every bit of professionalism.

The flow of this song and the way the rapper switches up things real fast- dropping those punch lines like it’s hot is so damn overwhelmingly amazing.

You’ll gladly affirm that “Reign” is a beautiful song that was Slam-Dunked by Criss. The song gets you all turned on and on your toes from the very first seconds all the way through to the end.

Overall, I’ll rate this song 9.5/10. The melody, the flow, and punch lines on this song are game and still fresh like a fine wine. I’ll definitely like to see more work from this artist some more.



Sons Of Babylon – Shadows; The Perfect Poetic Vibe.

Starting off with a rather mid-tempo beat and a well-orchestrated intro like that of a cinematic prologue in a blissful serene space that’s invaded with the wind of a happy chime.

This song proves that there’s always something new to learn each day from a good music, all thanks to the artist for giving us this masterpiece.

I’m not gonna forget to mention the glorious nice beat that was flawlessly rendered to pave way for the emergence of the awesomeness of the whole song to be felt in its full glory.

This song is definitely poetry. The artist must have been a renowned poet or a writer because obviously, it’s just a few musicians that can deliver and offer it exactly the way he did.

It’s glaring to behold a view that is so clear and amazing – just like what you’re still yet to experience when you fall back to gently listen with apt attention to understand the message the rapper was trying to point at in the song. All thanks to the artiste for breaking the 1st rule of numb in music with his eccentric style of writing.

Sons of Babylon can be placed among the likes of K-dot Lamar and J.Cole because his creative style of storytelling and rapping is enchanting and invigorating.



Illuminati Duece – Oceans: With Love from Germany

Illuminati Duece is a German Rap RNB Hip Hop artist that has a unique approach to creating a Rap ensemble, he uses harsh, blazing sounds to back his lit vocals. The intro to this track didn’t hold much promise, yet when the rap verse really kicked in, it proved to be sensual, a track which flowed with limitless momentum in which you can truly taste the passion and desire that was put behind the lyrics. It’s a rare feat for a Rap act to so effectively convey his more animalistic passions without it becoming crass or at the very least slightly misogynistic. To put it simply, listening to Illuminati Duece’s latest track is one way to get in the mood.

If you’re a fan of tracks such as Splash Waterfalls by Ludacris, Adults Only by Slick Rick, or Whisper by Ying Yang Twins, you’re in for a treat, with it’s catchy chorus, it’s definitely a track that will stick with you long after it’s faded out.

Check out Oceans by Illuminati Duece on YouTube

Amelia Vandergast


KnowAhMann – When She Bad: A Contemporary Anti Love Story.

William Shakespeare would probably be turning in his grave if he found out that this is how romanticism goes down in the 21st century. Yet, North Carolina rapper KnowAhMann aka Noah Mann has captured the disdain of 21st century dating in his latest track When She Bad. Fans can’t soak up the chilled vibe fast enough. It flows with a spoken word backed melody, no grandiosity, no contempt, just a plaintive reading of the facts accompanied by a downtempo beat.

If you’re a fan of Drake’s music, you’re going to love this Hip Hop Rap track that has been produced by the prolific Solow Beats. It’s contemporary, resonant, and dedicated to everyone that’s ever been spurned by the 21st century reality of dating.

With When She Bad, the lyrical flow didn’t gain the same momentum as it did with other tracks by the artist such as Work & Before I Got Serious, yet it proves just how versatile this young artist is.

You can check out the brand new track When She Bad on SoundCloud using the link below:

-Amelia Vandergast


Nappy – Came Up: Winnipeg Killer

Winnipeg, Rapper Nappy has blown it out of the park with his debut track Came Up. Other Hip Hop artists can only dream of achieving this effortless flow of energy and sound their first time around. Nappy is the type of artist who you’d happily welcome amongst your favourites in your record collection, his new track hits you, with an instant familiarity. Even if he’s an unlikely contender with his humble humility, yet this masterpiece of a mix proves to be a compelling ambient portrait of empowerment that you’re going to want to stick on your up-tempo playlists.

The synth backbeat almost has a dub vibe through the veracity of the pounding synth mix, with every verse comes a drop, accompanied by one of the freshest unique vocal deliveries that we’ve heard in generations. The transgression of the track is raucous, and chasing, as you follow the unilinear beats you’re encapsulated by the cacophony of well-orchestrated sound. The lyrics, they flow with vehemence, you can taste the sweet contempt in the delivery, never more so than with the spoken word verse that plays as the track meanders to an end. It was a bold move, and for Nappy It paid off.

You can check out Nappy’s brand-new track using the Spotify link below:

-Amelia Vandergast.


Rex Mckinnis – Reptar : An amazing slow on-the-go hip hop jam

The curtain dropped and subtly threw open a bright stage that was filled with the felicity that’s entwined in a slow melancholic beat as the song intro was held.

This artist sure sounds more like a collected mellow vibe kind of a rapper. His style is interestingly not all hushed up and thrown all everywhere and left to land on a few fertile mind of music enthusiast that probably might find his work okay. Instead, this artist’s impeccable brilliant slow sound and originality is what makes his work more appealing.

The song might be slow but it still got the recipe of that perfect on-the-go-work-flow, it’s more like an ancillary to a progressive effectiveness on a daily life purpose.

A well vocal sound to compliment the overall quality of this masterpiece is definitely what you’ll find most alluring. The unique rap style and flow of the song in its entirety will as well kowtow with your expectation.

The moral is that this song will put you in a good happy mood and probably make you shake off a workday stress with its celestial melody and smooth power of transfixion.


J. Marquis – Motions ; A brilliant art of music in motion

On the real, this is an amazing single from J.Marquis. It’s a song that’s denuded of soulful swings. The song was so remarkably pitched in a cool way, that, from time to time the vocal facet of the artist push out a nice sound that tends to resemble that of Drake’s deep vocal sound.

The rhythm that comes out from the song could be likened to an A-list type of insouciance. You don’t have to look or try too hard to decipher what’s really packed in this song. From the very first seconds of the song, you’ll be ushered into a high realm of reverie by the soft but yet intriguing nature of this song.

The lyrics are brilliantly penned with a call to a direct clear course and a little bit of storytelling. You might as well find this song kinda snappy but it does not take away the fact that it brought back to life the hip-hop history of social solitaire behaviour.

Whatever the reason that will make you think what thought of this song after getting to listen to it, we will still agree that the overall art was impressive and coated with an unalloyed quality sound at least.



Midxnite Ft. Hi Rez – The Point!: A smooth patch on a music marble

A fast-paced hip-hop song flow moulded with a rather mid-tempo beat is what splashes first in your ear when you listen to the intro of this song.

Followed up pretty fast in the second line was a long stretchy lyrical stealth of music flow that’s skilfully interwreathed from pitch to pitch on the same tempo within the actual baseline of the already heightened sound.

The featured artist (Hi Rez) didn’t forget to live up to expectation, with the whole morale high and tensed, he brought his A-game on this song by giving it his all towards his part of the song.

The perfect ingredient that’s needed were all in the right quantity here. For some reasons, the best part of the song was best saved for the last. Finishing the song with special lyrical rigmarole that’s actually golden is all that’s spectacular about this song.

Both rappers further marked up their own respective territories in this song by consciously laying bare all the aesthetic musical features that have distinguished them from the everyday uneventful acts. None of the rappers slacked in making know to their audience the reason why they’ve been quite outstanding over the year.

The song is actually very short, just a two minutes rap song but the punch line was uptight and 100% bespoke. This is an interesting rap/trap music that’s worth your time.


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