Introducing the “White Tiger of Provist Court”, a.k.a Robert Raimon Roy. The half-French, half-Filipino rapper, singer, writer, producer, painter, drawer, and conceptual artist from Jacksonville, Florida is pushing flows out of DIM MAC Records; one particularly worth your attention is this baddie:
After reintroducing himself to the world almost as a new artist, the veteran Juicy J teams up with the weekend to give another banger that still keeps a cool vibe. Hope everyone experiences one of those nights he’s talking about.
Pomo is one of Canada’s unsurpassed multi-instrumentalist and producers. Drawing from a wide variety of influences, Pomo has been heavily involved in music and its creation his whole life and currently plays keyboards/produces in Panther & The Supafly, a 5-piece Hip-Hop/Jazz Fusion band. He teams up with up and coming MC Panther and gives us some neo-soul vibe that still manages to pump you up with Panther’s verses. Enjoy
In 1977, singer Freda Payne released “I Get High (On Your Memory)”, which didn’t hit the charts unlike many of her other singles. However, in 2002 Styles P samples Payne’s track and creates “Good Times”, which was the most played song of its year. Anyw both these tracks will stimulate you, whether you get high on some memories or on some chronic. Or both.
ThrowBack Thursdays will throw you waaay back. Let’s keep the music alive.
New video from the Bakers Club. ΒΛΚΞΓ$CLUΒ is a music collective which was founded by Raz Fresco in 2009 that regroups 7 members. Their style is raw and has no time for any type of gimmicks. Simplistic video with an instrumental that will keep you asking for some more. Raz Fresco’s flow on this one is pure bananas.
“Group members Prince Po (poetry) and Pharoahe Monch began their career under the name Simply II Positive MCs in 1987. Originally, Po was the rapper and Pharoahe was a beatboxer, but after realizing his rhyming skill, Monch joined Po as MC. The duo caught the attention of prominent Hip Hop producer Paul C, who produced a demo for the group in the late 1980s. Paul was murdered in 1989, but the duo went on and signed a record deal with Hollywood BASIC.
In 1991, the group released its critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, Organized Konfusion. The album was produced entirely by the duo, and featured only one guest appearance, provided by the group’s childhood friend, future D.I.T.C. member O.C., who appeared on the single “Fudge Pudge”.
The duo returned in 1994 with their second album Stress: The Extinction Agenda. This album was once more low on guests, featuring another appearance by O.C., and A Tribe Called Quest’s Q-Tip, who both appeared on the song “Let’s Organize”. The album’s lead single “Stress” charted on the Hot Rap Singles chart, but the most famous song from the album is arguably “Stray Bullet”, a concept track which sees the MCs describing the travels of a stray bullet in first-person narrative. This album fared better commercially, but sales still never matched the wide acclaim.”
The video produced for “Stress” is actually what pushed me to share these tunes with you guys. It’s simply perfect.
Panther & the Supafly sure do love their white bitches. The group originally from Van City bring us a good vibe record off of their latest project that starts the week right. So let’s get to work and get white rich.