Today’s NQM Submission comes from Rapper/Spoken Word artist Raleigh NC, resident P.A.T. Junior. Not only does Pat Junior create music, he’s also a photographer and video director as well. He directed the visuals for Descendent’s latest single “I’m Ready” which features Flauce. Anyways, the multi talented P.A.T. Junior releases this latest track entitled “Just Because (Uno)”. Production duties are handled by D. Steele, and if P.A.T. Junior’s wordplay on this record doesn’t keep you interested, I suggest you take notice. This is pretty good, and we can’t wait to hear more from P.A.T.
The song I am submitting is the beginning of a single series I plan to do in-between album and EPs or…Just Because. “Just Because (Uno)” is a little bit of rappity rap, hatred of poor artistry, concern for what the future may bring and more. Just a stream of thoughts. The rest of the “Just Because” singles may also be streams of thoughts or may be structured songs with hooks. The purpose of the series is just to put out what’s on my heart, with no specific title and let the listener figure out what I’m talking about.
Check out the release after the jump.
sarob. is a 19 year old college kid by way of OH.
He says the point of this song was to bring a different creative element — an honest one and that he wanted people to appreciate the honesty and simplicity of the music. Nice little relax, smoke-like jam with a nice flow. Check it out below.
Theory Hazit & Cream of Beats are DC Comets
DC Comets is a hip hop group consisting and formed by rapper, Theory Hazit and producer, Cream Of Beats (also known as Roxstar). 2006 was the year they met through a mutual friend and fellow artist, Z1 The Essential.
Through their collaboration, Theory and Cream Of Beats became friends and continued to stay in touch. In 2010, Cream Of Beats agreed to partner with Theory Hazit and take part in creating a plethora of songs. These days, he rocks a various styles of helmets during his performance to remind him that he is at war with several issues that this world offers. With Cream Of Beats as his partner, they’re sure to leave a crater in the hip hop map. “Monolith Monster” With Detroit Producer Cream of Beats out March 25th
Check out the video in my bookbag.
Yup, and I can def. attest to this. Part of the reason I love it out here.
Shot in Santa Monica (I can tell…cause reasons), Rich Newly introduces the world to a coastal winter from native’s POV.
Just wanted to show how Cali is even in the winter time for us native Californians… I also wanted to show that there are places we can go in Cali to just brake the mundane monotonous way of life and soak in a whole nother P.o.V, releace stress & chill with yo boys.. Enjoy that and let me know what you think..
His project “My Truth/My Reality” dropping for free on Soundcloud & Dat Piff at the end of the month. Check out the video in my bookbag
Firstly, RIP Paul.
Now if you’re a sneakerhead like myself, then hearing the story tragic story of 15 year old Paul Sampleton is something that haunts you and rocked the Atlanta sneaker community. “They killin’ niggas for J’s/that’s death over designer” stands out from J. Cole’s “Nobody’s Perfect”, but enter ATL artist Daetrius Craig, and his message about the culture.
“We dyin’ over 23’s and never heard of Psalms/ The fresh is my shepherd I shall want it all”
Since the beginning, hip-hop culture has been defined by a generation of have-nots with aspirations of having it all. It’s no wonder why fashion and sneaker cultures are so closely wedded to street poetry. In “Death Over Designer”, artist Daetrius Craig perfectly encapsulates this marriage by delivering sharp and gripping lines over an unforgettable track produced by multi-platinum producers, The Olympicks. Between the eerie horn sample and chilling verses, you might think twice before “un-DSing” your latest pick-up. “Death Over Designer” effortlessly illustrates the unfortunate truth about what happens when we try too hard to be “fresh to death.
It’s as dope as it is real. Check it out in my bookbag.
Today’s NQM Submission comes from an artist out of Chicago (also known as “Chiraq”) who goes by the name of Henny B. The New York born Chicago raised artist is prepping a forthcoming EP with Virginia beatsmith King Mickey. The two have collaborate to create this dope record called “Rainmaker”. Henny B’s & King Mickey’s forthcoming EP, will be called Breathe Again and set to be released in April. For now, to hold you over, check out this dope first leak after the jump. Can’t wait to hear more from Henny B.
Earlier the homie Jay Holz linked me to a brand new submission. Funny thing is, Results has already been featured on the site. Dopeness. Anyways, he releases the up-tempo energy hyped single entitled “I Got It”. The single was produced by Scott Styles. I’m digging this simply because of how catchy it is. Most submissions we get, we only press play once, and I admit I pressed play about three times. Hopefully we’ll see more music from Results in the upcoming year, but until then, check out the single after the jump!
Today’s NQM Submission comes from an artist/producer from Boston, MA who goes by the name of Latrell James. He’s been following the site for awhile and decided to shoot over something to post. The self produced “Distance”, sounds good, and the chorus catches my ears. Latrell recently released a project entitld Lemonade Stand, but this single “Distance” will be on his forthcoming project. He’s gearing up to release a new project this spring entitled Twelve. To keep the buzz going he’s set to release new music every month.
Check out the stream and download for “Distance” after the jump.