What's up lyricallyrap fam? My name is Marshall, and I absolutely love rap in all forms and fashions, but the underground scene has always spoken to me more than anything. Ya'll ever experience something that as soon as you do, it changes your life? That's me with Indie hip hop. It just speaks to me... Continue Reading →
JL released his latest album today (9/25/2020), “The Devil Hates Sundays” and as I write this, I’m listening through it. There’s a lot of music on this album, 20 songs spread out over an hour’s worth of quality hip hop. Usually when I write these articles, I try to choose three songs that are my favorite. It’s almost too hard to do that this time. Like I said, a lot of bangers.
Follow My Lead features Jehry Robinson and King Iso in a Strange Music stable collab. Jehry released his latest album, 20/Twenty, last Friday. It's a fresh album, with multiple inspirations of music composing some hard lyrics. I believe Jehry Robinson could perform in any genre of music, we're just lucky he's chosen lyrical rap. Follow My Lead is one of our favorite tracks from the album, and one of our favorite picks for this week.
Ya'll aint ready homie. I fuck wit Elites, and Jehry Robinson is that.Tech N9ne That is literally the first thing you hear when you listen to Jehry Robinson's newest release, 20/Twenty! That's some high praise from one of the greatest of all time in the hip hop universe. I happen to agree with Nina. This... Continue Reading →
Sway Calloway has been a fixture in the hip hop culture for a very long time now. His magnificent body of work was recently recognized as he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. Since he teamed up with Eminem and Shade 45 to host "Sway in the Morning" we've seen and heard many,... Continue Reading →
Why do we do what we do? That's a question that was recently asked of us by an artist and it got us thinking. Why do we do what we do? Well it turns out that's not really a tough question to answer at all. Let me start by letting yall know a little about... Continue Reading →