This whole tape is so dope. Ground Up, in case you don't know, is a dope hip-hop trio out of North Philly, consisting of the producer Bij Lincs, and two emcees Azar and Malakai. Their sound is sick, and is one of those that is really distinct from the rest, which I dig. The Get Down is a solid mix of heavy beats and smooth melodies, rough vocals and tight flow. Overall, I was extremely impressed. Expect to hear more from these guys. Here are a couple of my favs, then go cop the entire mixtape.
Scars (Prod. by Big Z) - Ground Up
13th Floor (Prod. by Bij Lincs) - Ground Up ft. Farz & Bij Lincs
Every single song this guy releases ends up on repeat for me, and this one is no different. Fun fact about this new track, it's actually in a new pepsi commercial. That's pretty huge if you ask me. So in case you've been sleeping, jump on this Outasight train. No DL link as of yet, so you'll just have to enjoy on youtube (and in a pepsi commercial)
Another HUGE milestone for Mac Miller and his #Road2AMillion fans. 900,000. Almost there. Once again, he drops a celebratory track, and I'll be honest, this one has to be one of my favorites of his milestone tracks by far. Enjoy.
It's here. It's finally here. Radical Something started at the beginning of this summer as the dream child of Loggy, DJ Big Red and Josh Cocktail. These guys set out to truly create a musical movement, and I can honestly say that I think they succeeded. Every track up to this point has been just a tease of this great album. Filled to the brim with feel good vibes. I know, that sounds cheesy, but it honestly is. Anyway, enjoy the album.
Freedom - Radical Something
Hey Babe - Radical Something
Escape - Radical Something (Yes, I know you've heard it, but it was my summer anthem)
I am more and more impressed by this guy after each track I hear. Tarik's lyrical ability is great, and his flow is on point, and he does surprisingly well on this classic Jay-Z beat. This is actually the last single he's dropping before his mixtape, T.R.I.G.S. comes out on the 26th. Enjoy, and then get excited for his upcoming mixtape.