Stealth Is Metal Ft. TreaZon – HappiNess

Stealth Is Metal Ft. TreaZon – HappiNess

Anytime two up and coming MCs I respect and admire collaborate, it rarely disappoints. Atlanta meets Cleveland on “HappiNess” as Stealth Is Metal enlists TreaZon to assist another depth record. The song takes us through the two minds as they journey down the path to find happiness and dealing with the problems that can occur when chasing it. If I Don’t Believe Then Who Will? is coming soon (but not soon enough). TreaZon’s Versus Time is also on the way. Follow @SermonsDomain

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Review: Big Sean – Dark Sky Paradise

Review: Big Sean – Dark Sky Paradise

Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise is in stores today. While you would be justified to ignore this album based on any other project Sean has released since signing to GOOD Music, DSP is actually worth a spin. Sean’s goofiness (and tendency to spit the same suffix until he’s gasping for air) has been the largest hurdle that his confidence and wit must overcome. Outside of a guest verse, it rarely happened. But this time it did. Sean’s made an album you can play through, front to back, without facepalming at every other line/Mike Posner appearance (thankfully there are none this… continue reading

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Shelton Harris & Tyler Dopps Ft. Alex Wiley – Glory

Shelton Harris & Tyler Dopps Ft. Alex Wiley – Glory

Two months after “If I Fall,” many might’ve suspected that Shelton Harris and Tyler Dopps’ extensive wait for their debut album would be over. It was the last advertised single, right? Wrong. As much as they probably want us to be bumping the album in our headphones and respective cars, that’s not the reality yet. Surprise! The rapper-producer duo brings us another single titled “Glory.” Along for the ride is Chicago’s rising favorite Alex Wiley. Shelton raps about finding his path and not losing his grasp on the lane he and Tyler have sped down so far. “This world can’t… continue reading

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TreaZon Ft. QuESt – Never Lie

TreaZon Ft. QuESt – Never Lie

It’s been seven months since TreaZon’s last record, and about four months since he appeared on QuESt’s “Prone To Sin.” If you follow him on Twitter, you know he’s been talking about Versus Time like he’s focused in a state that can’t be broken. While the album, his 14th project overall, is scheduled for Spring, he kicks off the campaign with “Never Lie.” In a similar fashion to QuESt, his rise is slow. Similar to seasoned indy wrestlers, TreaZ being around for a long time has molded him into an artist that could compete with the best of the best…. continue reading

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Video Review: Kanye West – Only One

Video Review: Kanye West – Only One

Kanye West is in a class of his own. No albums soundalike, and never will. He’s one of the few biggest names in hip-hop that still aims to push the envelope and be innovative. While we had a small sample of “All Day” in 2014, ‘Ye kept quiet on the music front until the last day of the year. “Only One” sprung up on iTunes, and featured Paul McCartney (and Ty Dolla $ign). It was entirely different from “All Day.” The song found him softly singing as his mother speaking to him, speaking to his daughter. This is one of… continue reading

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Video: Pavy – Babylon

Video: Pavy – Babylon

Coming off his collaborative record with Qualmes titled “Spielberg” (listen here), Pavy returns to his last project, R.O.M.E, for a video to “Babylon.” The only person who could do this write-up justice is the man himself, so here’s what he has to say: “I really did not want to put this video out… Honestly, I’ve only watched it once. It has brought up things that I really don’t enjoy thinking or conversing about, at all. So, “Why do it?” you ask. I felt like it was the right thing to do. If I can voice my opinion on everything else… continue reading

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