Pluggin’ ‘GOD’ by 2UGLi

Add the track "GOD" and the entire album, "My Day Begins When Yours Ends" on your Spotify playlist cause it is a 'Real Hip Hop Music' banger. Check out the fresh video on Youtube below. My final thoughts -- I would definitely say it isn't safe to sleep on this dude.

TekForce is a ‘Child Of The ‘80s’ Coming Soon

By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Hip Hop and video games go hand-in-hand and no one knows this better than Dallas, Texas-based emcee TekForce who released “TekForce For Dummies,” in 2020 with the entire project hosted by DJ Kawon of The Mixtape Show which focuses on his nerdy passion for gaming and the foundations of Hip Hop.   TekForce plans to releasing “Child Of The 80’s” an album that will be born September 14, 2021 and which will be filled with all sorts of ‘nerd-core’ symbolism, beats and rhymes.

Farewell To The Dog Named DMX

April 9 marks the date that 50-years-old DMX passed away from this life after being pulled off life support after spending days in the hospital due to a heart attack. DMX changed his life around for GOD to make better decisions in his life after he had fallen off and this should be what people remember him for.

Each One Teach One: A Message Michael BluEyez Showcases In It’s A ‘Long Road Home’

“If you’re still about that life carrying guns, then be prepared to either get killed or spend an obscene amount of your life in prison. But if you are trying to be an entrepreneur and [want] to leave a legacy that helps build humankind, don’t budge from your mindset. If you are gonna talk about it, then be about it.” Fresno, CA-based emcee and Relentless Vision Entertainment (RVE) business label, Michael BluEyez explains the game which includes taking criticism.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Kapaa, HI, October 15, 2020- Hip-Hop Matriarch Mogul, East Bay Area Author a Suga-T Has Created An Epic Solution to Change the Narrative for Females By Proving That The 50’s Today, Are Now The New 20’s For Tomorrow Presenting “T.R.U.T.H.: The Rapademic.”

RealLife ‘Perspective’

Gerald Beamon also known to his fans as RealLife who is a music production staple in the Tacoma, Washington Hip-Hop scene has recently dropped his project “Perspective” and for this writer, it is because of this artist, in particular, that gave me a personal ‘perspective’ and a platform to write about music in the first place.