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CZARFACE & Ghostface Killah – “CZARFACE Meets Ghostface” (Album Review) 

This is the highly anticipated collab album between East Coast supergroup CZARFACE & the legendary Ghostface Killah. They first teamed up on the banger “Savagely Attack” off of CZARFACE’s self-titled debut back in 2013 but now almost a year after the trio’s collab album with MF DOOM titled CZARFACE Meets Metal Face, they’re following it up by doing a collab album with Tony Starks himself.

After the “Back at the Ringside” intro, the first song “Face Off” sees CZAR & Ghost really suiting the title over an eerie beat. The track “Iron Claw” tells their competition not to push them over an El-P inspired instrumental while the song “Czarrcade ‘87” is a CZAR solo cut where Esoteric & Inspectah Deck get confrontational over an ominous beat. The track “Powers & Stuff” reunite with Ghost to brag about their skills over an apocalyptic beat while the song “Masked Superstars” continues the lyrical themes of the previous joint over a more boom bap beat.

The track “Morning Ritual” has a somber beat & the storytelling is vivid, but I’m confused as to way Inspectah Deck doesn’t appear on it at all. The song “Super Soldier Serum” gets boastful over an electro-tinged beat while “The King Heard Voices” gets murderous over a perfectly fitting instrumental. The track “Listen to the Color” is another CZAR cut that could’ve been on any of their first 3 albums & before things close out with the “(Post Credits Scene)” outro, the final song “Mongolian Beef” is a lyrical onslaught with a doomsday-sounding beat.

From front to back, it definitely lives up to the hype. It could’ve been a little longer & used a couple features, but the production & chemistry between CZAR & Ghost is almost on par with  the DOOM collab that came out 11 months ago.

Score: 8/10

Josh Dominguez – “The Current” EP 

Up and coming SoCal native Josh Dominguez laces us with more heat, releasing his debut EP titled “The Current“.  Veteran SoCal hip hop artist and producer, Ariano, who wrote (“Looking for Me” and “Waiting”), co-wrote with Josh (“2AM”, “All Night”), and produced every track on the EP.

Q&A With Lil Nuts 

Please tell us what exact area code you represent? 603, New Hampshire

How long have you been making music? Been making music for almost a year now, started recording back in February of last year.

How did you come up with your emcee name? I used to freestyle quite a bit when I was a kid, and people would say it was a little nuts. Ended up sticking.

What influenced you to become a Hip Hop artist? What were the main factors that got you into, quote on quote, “Underground Hip Hop”?! Was in quite a bit of pain both physically and mentally last year. After I got medically separated from the US Navy, there was a lot of limitations to the kind of work I could do. It became very therapeutic, and a good way to get rid of, or refocus the pain. I’ve always been a fan of underground, as the message is usually much different than what mainstream artists put out.

How important is it for your to stay ORIGINAL? How would you describe your style? Originality is something that is missing right now, a lot of people spitting the same messages and same styles over the same kinds of beats. I take pride in taking a raw approach to recording; not using auto-tune, or not even really mixing and mastering (which definitely impacts quality, however I don’t give a fuck). My style is a combination of everyone doing it, and everyone who has done it. I pull from the greats, and make it my own.

Tell us about the creative process for your new album “Straight Out of Concord”! Straight Out of Concord was recorded over 12 months, in California, North Carolina, and Vermont. Total cost of production was $250.00, as I could only afford the cheapest software/audiobox/headphone/mic. When getting into artist mode, I like complete isolation and silence; something that is nearly impossible when you are bouncing from place to place. For the first part of the year, I would work during the day, and stay up most of the night recording/watching tutorials on basic mixing/mastering. About midyear, I quit my job to focus on finishing the album.

In 2019, who will be on your personal music rotation playlist!? Any new artists you are listening to? My rotation is a mix of Kendrick, Pac, Wu-Tang, ASAP Rocky and Suicideboys. I don’t really listen to much else.

Any new projects and videos you are working on? Planning on a tour anytime soon? I’ve got a few side projects with my boy Ruffih, who lives in Kuwait, and I’m trying to find the time/resources to shoot a few music videos for my past album, but right now I’m in save and survival mode. Not working for the last half of the year put me deep into the struggle lol. Would love to tour, waiting for the right opportunity to come my way.

Your TOP 5 Dead Or Alive??!! 2pac, Big L, Biggie, Kendrick, ASAP Rocky

Your definition of “Underground Hip Hop”? Something that goes against the grain, doesn’t conform to the drug and namebrand riddled messages of mainstream hip-hop.

Drop all your music and social media links!

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/lil_nuts_7-5
Bandcamp: https://lilnuts.bandcamp.com/releases
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lil_.nuts/
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0CeYdWrS5VxvWohDIFfRcI?si=4AbQjR6rQLWnn7XiOc3I7A

Any shout outs!? Shout out my boy Sixes for them big dick beats he keep slangin my way

McGrady OG – “The Hoopty Album” (Album) 

Bring his experiences living in the Pico-Union streets of Los Angeles to life in his music, “The Hoopty Album“, is a new 13-track project by Latino Hip Hop artist McGrady OG featuring fellow So-Cal natives The Union Station, Mentality, Solid Savage, and Viva Mescal.

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