Gooby The Baby, out Richmond, VA has been dropping a ridiculous amount of music lately. One thing is for sure, he’s outworking the majority of artists on the comeup. Gooby’s music holds a positive, upbeat feel that always leaves the listener with his head up. By putting out a good amount of collaborative work with other artists, and keeping his style fresh, Gooby’s music always feels new, innovative, and it keeps the audience interested in what is yet to come from Gooby. The biggest thing that keeps me listening and happy to promote Gooby The Baby however, is the soul and feeling that is obviously put in to his music. When I listen to Gooby The Baby, I can actually feel everything that went into the lyrics and delivery in the creation of these tracks. This quality in his music gives the listener a better connection to him through music. Check out Gooby The Baby’s soundcloud below for a ton of new music. Gooby is also an extremely versatile artist, so no matter what genre of hip-hop you’re into, you will enjoy music from Gooby The Baby.
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The latest work from our friend Maxxx Flair is, in my opinion, some of the best new music I’ve heard recently. We’ve been fans for a while here, but I’m really blown away by how much better Maxxx Flair continues to get. Check out his new music, you won’t be disappointed.
The latest project by Stevie Franchise, Do You Want a Mixtape? is the followup to #NowOrNeva, another mixtape by Stevie which we’ve covered. To tell you a bit about him, Stevie is a progressing artist, well on his way to working his way up in the industry. Stevie has traveled to many regions in the U.S. to perform and tell his stories, reflections, and thoughts with others through his music. As for Do You Want a Mixtape?, it’s definitely clear that Stevie stepped his game up by kicking the door open with this new mixtape. The intensity in every aspect of these new tracks have been taken to the next level. From the beginning, things start off strong. It seems pretty clear that dedication and perseverance are key aspects of Stevie and that really came through for me on this mixtape because you can pick up that he knows his goal and is set on it. Check it out in the links below:
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I just checked out these two mixtapes: Live From The Cradle and Listen Up, both by Gooby The Baby and wanted to let everyone know about them. What I like about these mixtapes, and Gooby as an artist, is that he keeps it real by writing about real life and down to earth topics, but keeps it interesting with his musical talent and various styles of hip hop throughout his mixtapes. I also appreciate the fact that each mixtape is a complete product, instead of just having a few tracks that stand out, these mixtapes are something you’re able to start from the beginning and listen to all the way through. Check these out, I enjoyed them and I think you will too.
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The Ugly Duckling was, now surprisingly, my first experience with listening to music by Bobby James. Within the first song, I was impressed and interested in what else this mixtape had to offer. When listening to this, I got a strong feeling that Bobby James has all the bases covered, so to speak, as a hip hop artist. First and foremost, Bobby James is able to control words in a verse in a way that sounds effortless; each verse is put together beautifully. I really was impressed by the level of his lyricism and word-play in his rhymes. Additionally, the delivery of these lyrics is flawless. The actual method in delivering lyrics is often overlooked, but extremely important. In the case of The Ugly Duckling, lyrics are vocalized in each verse in the way that specifically works best. Overall, there is a positive, interesting, and thought-provoking theme on this mixtape that I picked up on when listening, and I really enjoyed The Ugly Duckling and greatly appreciate the high quality of this mixtape. Definitely check it out at the link below, you’ll be glad you did.
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With a unique and smooth delivery, Passport Louis’s new highly anticipated and hyped Hits N My Sleep mixtape, hosted by Dj Whiteowl, brings a style that is unique and fresh to the hip-hop world. His first single off of the tape, “Bobby” has begun to create quite the buzz throughout the indsutry and amongst fans.
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A really exciting mixtape that vibes very well by Papa Yon. Music Is My Life Vol.1 has especially solid flow and wordplay rhyming that break Papa Yon away from the heavily solidified stereotypes that are often placed on white artists in contemporary hip hop. I typically avoid the race card, but it is worth mentioning that Papa Yon doesn’t seem to follow the trends that young, white artists tend to. That’s only positive however, because he has created his own sound that works well for him. Papa Yon also carries a diverse musical skill set, he is a rapper, singer, and sound Engineer. Music Is My Life Vol. 1 sufficiently speaks for Papa Yon as an artist, both by the title and by how the music is presented. It’s something you’ll have to hear for yourself to really feel what’s going on with it, but it’s something I like and I feel as though it will appeal to most people. Overall, Music Is My Life. Vol. 1 is well written, performed, and expressed by Papa Yon through a diverse style which is often, fun, exciting, heavy, and even a bit somber at times. I enjoyed Music Is My Life Vol. 1 by Papa Yon and believe you will too; check it out.
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Towards the beginning of this mixtape, I expected the majority of it to center around loud, intense beats that go nicely with the lively hooks these artists put over them. Many of these tracks follow this style. Tracks like these keep the listener interested and enjoying the flow of the mixtape. These artists do well on these instrumentals because of the positive nature of their lyrics. On the other hand, I was impressed by the serious toned songs. There is a lot of content on this mixtape that is meaningful and expresses the thoughts and lives of the artists. The more serious lyrics are written in a genuine nature and do a good job of connecting with the listener. I was generally satisfied with the total content of Roaches & Ashtrays Vol.#1 Green Swishers and enjoyed listening and reviewing. Check it out at the link below.
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Great mixtape by Baltimore hip hop artist and producer, Flo’Jo. City Charm was a huge surprise for me; I was really blown away by how many things Flo’Jo does extremely well on every track on this mixtape. His lyrics are especially impressive because they’re written with the quality of modern-day poetry. Flo’Jo doesn’t reserve speaking authoritatively, but does so very poetically and intellectually which gives City Charm a very concise and respectable tone. The general delivery of this lyrics is also done in an especially noticeable style with an amazing flow that helps to produce an incredible tone for City Charm. All of this combined with nicely implemented hooks brings this together as an exceptional package of enjoyable music. I really liked this mixtape and anyone who has an appreciation for well written lyrics will too.
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