Hip-Hop

Articles

Estee Nack x al.divino – Triple Black Diamonds.

Triple Black Diamonds by Estee Nack and al.divino falls somewhere between D.I.T.C., Roc Marciano, and some of that early 90s mafioso rap, channeling some of the city’s finest and most potent traditions. Of course, Estee Nack and al.divino are from Massachusetts, not New York. The Empire State stays losing. Sphere: Related Content

Kutmah – krush groove.

Kutmah of the UK is a beatmaker in the Beat Konducta tradition, with volumes of inventive ideas. KOLD ASS BEAT TAPE by KUTMAH IT'S COLD OUTSIDE BUT THE BEATS ARE WARM by KUTMAH Sphere: Related Content




Oh No – You Gotta Bring.

Stones Throw are the great music archivists and curators of our time and so they’re reviving Ultimate Breaks & Beats with a producer series. Oh No helms the first volume with most potent funk. Sphere: Related Content

Karriem Riggins – 4Es’J.

Karriem Riggins has been on a roll since “30 Hours,” or I’ve just started paying attention. Headnod Suite by Karriem Riggins Sphere: Related Content

Knxwledge – pushit.

Gonzo Internet beatheads have an affinity for New York goon rap because it’s kind of cool to hear a Funkmaster Flex freestyle over floaty backpacker boom bap and it also probably avoid the “conscious rap” label. Here are choice cuts from Knxwledge’s newest batch, WT?.?PRT10?.?8_. WT.PRT10.8_ by Knxwledge. WT.PRT10.8_ by Knxwledge. WT.PRT10.8_..