Neon Brown Enlists Vursatyl for the Compelling Animated Visuals for “Maintain”

Producer Neon Brown’s been steadily making a strong name for himself as of late. With a discography that boasts production credits alongside the likes of Homeboy Sandman, Zion I, Donwill (Tanya Morgan), and Deca—on their standout ’19 released collab record, The DonnerParty—among others, the Mile High City beatsmith is pleased to share his most recent […]

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King Magnetic, DJ E.Rex & GQ Nothing Pretty Let Us Know “How It All Started,” Way Back When (Video)

Allentown, PA spitters King Magnetic and GQ Nothin Pretty hit GQ’s old stomping grounds at William High School as they wax nostalgic on “How It All Started.” Produced by DJ E.REX, the Southside Queens native lives up to his “Mr. Scratch Hook” alias by cutting up the classic MC Shan quotable, “how it all got […]

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Vanderslice Continues to Set the Trends With the Vic Spencer Assisted “Cold Winter”

I think it’s pretty undisputed at this point that Vanderslice has been crafting some of the hardest beats in the underground for the better part of the last decade. With a resume that includes the late Prodigy (RIP), Freddie Gibbs, Evidence, Slug, Conway the Machine, AOTP, Diabolic and many more, the Phoenixville-based boardsman is gearing […]

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Daniel Son & Kut One Take a Page Out of ‘The Wire’ on “WeeBey”

After debuting the inaugural leak last month off Kut One’s forthcoming producer compilation, Live Wires, with the King Magnetic-assisted heater, “Which One’s First?”, the Aussie-based producer/deejay connects with Tdot’s Daniel Son on “WeeBey.” The title is of course in reference to the Barksdale organization’s most trusted soldier from HBO’s acclaimed series, The Wire. But for […]

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