I was pleasantly surprised by KNOble Savages latest project The Ron Jeremy Tape. KNOble a polarizing figure in the scene has an equally fitting album title to his project, naming it after polarizing "actor" Ron Jeremy, who he even gets a drop from within the LP. My favorite track on this project is Life, Money with Clark Rooseveltte, which reminds me of a lost Little Brother track. KNOble made this album in hopes of resetting himself after Casino Cartel, a collaborative project with Teflo $ that dropped earlier this year. KNOble was also eager to make music with Okie native, Detroit transplant, producer, DJ and engineer Sardashhh, who produced this project. Check out the project below and look forward to more music from KNOble, which he told me is on the way.
St. Domonick, my favorite person in Oklahoma is finally back with visuals. This song is off of Dom's latest project Orphic and will be dropping his next project Ascension very soon, until then check out the video below.
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Chris Boogie is a young and talented artist I met on an open mic night at Hubbly Bubbly and I immediately loved his music. I am gracious that Chris has taken advantage of his youth and decided to take his time when making music and releasing projects. "Stuck in Paradise" doesn't disappoint and makes me proud to see him finding his voice. Click play above and vibe out.
The video is an exuberant ode to Busta Rhymes and is also very fitting for Earl's rap style. If you have ever seen him perform you will understand the intensity.
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