New mixtape from the homie Starrz. This is actually more like an album. My favorite joints so far are "Gold Chain" and "D.B.I.M.B". You can always expect a quality product from this guy. Make sure you click the link below to download.
If you know me than you know that I love to support local music and if you really know me than you may know that "RealRap2" by Starrz was one of my favorite mixtape/albums ever from a local artist. I loved that shit and on Thanksgiving I couldn't hesitate to download his newest project. At first this caught me off guard I wanted a RealRap3 lol...at least thats what I thought I wanted. After giving this a full listen this shit rocks. Mr. Real Rap reinvented his self into Mr.Skyy Jones and took it to another level .This album contains a lot of joints that could go as street singles,the songs are more fleshed out, and he even through a pop track on there. Starrz shows is ability to expand into different genres....he did the hip-hop with "RealRap2" he gonna after the streets and clubs with this new mixtape..I'm excited to see whats next!!
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Everyone was waiting for this moment.The streets had been talking and K.S. had been absent from the battle scene. YouTube videos from both camps had been made as well as videos from both popular battle leagues mentioning K.S.in some type of way. K.S. not battling for a moment worked in his favor K.S.'s style seemed fresh and innovative. Lil Nay got real personal with is verse in the beginning, the energy was way up there but the wordplay and creativity was not.This first round set the tone for the rest of the battle. Cleverness and Witt verse street metaphors and straight energy
My Favorite Lines From Round 1
K.S-"You a think i was throwing coins the in the air the way i change up"
Lil Nay-"Grab Him Choke Bruise Him Facebook Poke Him Up Bruise His Upper Polygraph"
This was by far my favorite round. Both of em brought it this round,but once again I think that K.S.'s wordplay and the way he structures his bars is to complex for Lil Nay's one liners. K.S. battles for YouTube and he uses that to his advantage. If you were at the battle it would of appeared as if the Last Man Standing Battle champion was outmatched but his lines standout when it comes to YouTube because the people sit and rewind it over and over again. K.S. took this round easily nothing surprised me from Lil Nay This Round
My Favorite Lines From Round 2
K.S."You Gonna Need A Million Taxes...a gift from Adam, Eve's Apple and some different glasses"
"You aint the shit hands down..you won't drag a nigga from mcullogh homes to landsdown.cus before u get to landsdown you have to come thru that bad town my niggas waiting in the background we move big heat call em Shaq rounds"
Round 3-Lil Nay.......O.T.-K.S.
This is where it gets interesting. In Round 3 K.S. slips up big time...and chokes in the middle of his verse.Lil Nay seizes this opportunity and runs with it. As soon as K.S. ends his verse prematurely you can see the self proclaimed "Best In The City" get amped along with his Team Gutta Crew. The Unlimited Round stipulation also came back to haunt K.S. This seemed to be Lil Nay's longest round lol..and his most creative. His roger that sequence of lines was crazy i can't really explain it just watch the video. In the O.T. round I think K.S. regained his composure and just battled like he normally would but Lil Nay was overwhelmed from the previous round..his rhymes didn't really flow together as they did in the previous 3 rounds.
My Favorite Lines From Round 3
Lil Nay-"Crowd Interaction To Start Off His Round" "Regular cable he say a lot of basic shit"
I'm not gonna prolong .....this battle could of went either way....both of em did their thing. But if I had to go with a count K.S. won round 1,2, and the O.T. but he did choke in round 3. People gonna hate me but....
K.S. versus Lil Nay(Pit Fights Battle League)
K.S. wins by a slight margin
SHOUT OUT TO ALL MY 12 TO 5'ERS WHO HANG WITH US ALL NIGHT TO GET THAT DOSE OF HIP HOP IN THEIR LIFE!!!! TUNE IN EVERY WEEK SAME BAT TIME, SAME BAT CHANNEL!!!
BOBBY CREEKWATER - SHADES ON MY FACE
SWIZZ BEATS FT RAKIM - KING TUTT
UNCLE MURDA FT JADAKISS - THEY DONT KNOW ME
DIAMOND DISTRICT - BACK TO BASICS
DIAMOND DISTRICT - FIRST TIME
MURDER MARK FT. RELL, MIKE MIKE, DOUG, K.S. - WELCOME TO MY CITY*
REKS - REPRESENT 2010
AL GREAT - KILLIN EM
MULLYMAN - SPECIAL DELIVERY
GHOSTFACE - TOGETHER BABY
CONSEQUENCE - BEARER OF BAD NEWS
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*Welcome to My City was produced by D.o.l.l.a.s 2010 Z.O.M.E.
“We got too much swag./That word is kinda overused so no–we can’t say that…” Some rather elegant, strangely elaborate, swag/not-swag rap from Baltimore club producer Murder Mark and his Z.O.M.E (Zoo On Mars Entertainment) crew, K.S, Mike-Mike, and Rell. Though Z.O.M.E’s music aims for the “Pretty Boy Swag”, hyper-minimalism taking over rap’s youth scene(s) right now, Murder Mark production here is pure headphone music. A wobbling synthesizer jumps into the mix for Mike-Mike’s hook and then slips away, replaced by those kinda classy keys once it’s time for rapping again. The space between the purposefully plodding beat gets filled with vaporous electronics and on the outro, Murder Mark even employs that underwater-sounding trick that sneaks into everything dance-ready from unimpeachable Detroit techno classics to the music video version of “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.” Mike-Mike is the real highlight here though, as he’s both a spirited club vocalist and the most interesting rapper. Talking shit and halfway laughing through his verse and just generally bringing something unhinged to the song’s hook.
Written by Brandon SolderbergGimmick free music is especially rare on the younger end of hip-hop’s generational gap, so this club-leaning jam from Baltimore crew Z.O.M.E (Zoo on Mars Entertainment) is a special treat. The trio takes advantage of the empty spaces in producer Murder Mark’s synth-clap beat with manic rhymes about how unfuckwitable they are.
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This Cover was designed by one of my favorite local graphic artists Aodidit.....This Hip-Hop e.p. is executive produced by me and features my whole Z.O.M.E. team so be on the lookout