Brainstorm – Dear Sprint

Brainstorm – Dear Sprint

Earlier in 2013, Brainstorm released his full length album, The Celestine Prophecy 2. While it did go a bit slept on, he’s still pushing it with another single from it that’s pretty relatable to the fans. “Dear Sprint” is an open letter to the cell phone company about improving their service, simply because Brain’s fed up with paying ridiculous fees for crappy service. Previously: Brainstorm – Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ (Freeverse) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Brainstorm – Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ (Freeverse)

Brainstorm – Ain’t Worried About Nothin’ (Freeverse)

 XXL recently did an article that spotlighted 15 Seattle rappers that the world should be aware of. One of the names missing was Brainstorm (and even his crew, Dyme Def). So, what does Brain do? Drops an ill short freeverse over French Montana’s single and scorches it with hot lines. “Niggas preaching these fake lines/ Fuck what he saying, I’m at your bitch/ I’m on her Apple ’cause I’m a Mac and she love to give me that Facetime.” Don’t sleep on the secret weapon. The Celestine Prophecy 2 is out now, and No Hard Feelings coming before the end… continue reading

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Brainstorm – AraabMuzik (Freeverse)

Brainstorm – AraabMuzik (Freeverse)

Last week it was Cardo, this week it’s AraabMuzik. Brainstorm is having his way with the hottest producers in the game’s beats with his freeverse promo run for his album. If you’re looking for more of what you hear on this record, more so on the lyrics side, The Celestine Prophecy 2 is available on iTunes now. Who’s next? DJ Mustard? Don Cannon? Jahlil Beats? Previously: Brainstorm – Cardo (Freeverse) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Brainstorm – Cardo (Freeverse)

Brainstorm – Cardo (Freeverse)

Brainstorm is preparing a mixtape later in the year. However, The Celestine Prophecy 2 is out now. To further promote the album, he’s going on a little internet promo run with a bunch of freeverses coming out over the coming weeks. The first sees him flipping Cardo’s “So High” instrumental. There’s a lot of talking in the beginning, but it’s worth it to get to the rapping.  Previously: Review: Brainstorm – The Celestine Prophecy 2 Follow @SermonsDomain

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Review: Brainstorm – The Celestine Prophecy 2

Review: Brainstorm – The Celestine Prophecy 2

If prophecies are meant to come true, Brainstorm, one third of Dyme Def, is destined for success. While the Seattle trio is looking to establish themselves as solo artists, Brain released The Celestine Prophecy early 2012, which basically serves as an appetizer for what he delivers with the second installment. The EP was like showing off that he can make good songs on his own. The Celestine Prophecy 2 steps it up a whole notch by providing the whole package: an ear for thumping production, lyrics that don’t get overshadowed by the beats and the quality of crafting an album… continue reading

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Video: Brainstorm – 9 To 5/Lazy Eyes

Eli Celestine, the son of Brainstorm, makes his video debut in this loose record dropped in early January. It shows us the love he has for his son as he lets us know that he’s not doing that 9 to 5 business. He’d rather grind it out. The second half of this video is an in-studio version for “Lazy Eyes.” Directed by A.K. Romero. The Celestine Prophecy 2 will be on iTunes March 19. It’ll have features from Fatal Lucciauno, Carl Roe, Bean One, Trox and more. You can listen to snippets below. Previously: Brainstorm – I Hope You Understand… continue reading

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