As a Hip Hop fan and Journalist, I can appreciate Chill Treez and Jack B releasing a remix to “New York S***t.” The best way to describe this remix is by reiterating the dopeness of Hip Hop’s golden years with an updated flavor that will still have you rocking out like we used to. Redman calls this type of sound “90 Now.”
“Anji D who is a part of the Washington state’s Hard Grown Records (HGR) family known for her tough, gritty lyricism while hailing from Renton, WA is here to drop her fresh track, “Woman Of The Year;” ready to impress others during the month of March, credited for being “National Woman’s Month,” proclaimed and authorized by the president during 1988-1994.” By Jhantu Randall | UBOMAG
Bay Area emcee Ash DaBlunt is not your average rapper; he comes from a multi-cultural Northern California background which includes Jamaican, Creole and Indigenous American roots so it is no wonder his new track, “Put In The Work” and songwriting expertise has gained applause by many.
If “Ghetto Luxury” is a precursor to what the look forward to this decade, then we the listeners are in good hands with J. Esco and Seven Da Pantha of Tacoma, WA.
“The end of the melodic motif shows that Timothy is now ready to share how success can be found from within. Timothy wants to create music that the universe can resonate with.” Written By Aaris A. Schroeder