Posted by Nathan S. on 03/08/13 |
Filed under Chuck Inglish, Kids These Days, Alex Wiley
Part of the supremely dope "Closed Sessions" series, "Jerseys & Loafers" bring together Chuck Inglish (of Cool Kids fame) on the beat, then throws in vocals from Vic Mensa (of Kids These Days) and Alex Wiley.See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 06/11/12 |
Filed under J Dilla, Chuck Inglish, Guilty Simpson, Boldy James, Nick Speed
As all J Dilla heads know, there are two kinds of J D related projects. Those that have the Ma Dukes stamp of approval, and those that don't. This upcoming 'Rebirth of Detroit" album, featuring some of the game's most straight laced emcees over authentic Dilla beats, is absolutely Ma Dukes approved. Listen...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 04/24/12 |
Filed under Downloads, Mixtapes, The Alchemist, Chuck Inglish, Beats
Since I know that a significant portion of RefinedHype Nation are emcees, and since I know that a significant portion of that significant portion is (let's be real) too broke to pay for top shelf beats, I'm always on the lookout for Dope x Free (Dopee? Frope?) instrumentals. See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 10/21/11 |
Filed under Videos, Quick Hits, Asher Roth, The Cool Kids, Chuck Inglish
I've made the "Asher Roth is a dope emcee than he gets credit for" argument 100 times on these pages, and the biggest counter to my argument seems to always be "he doesn't actually say anything, he just rhymes nonsense." Not true, but for today at least fine, you're right. I'd still rather listen to him rhyme nonsense "In the Kitchen" with Chuck Inglish (of The Cool Kids) than 90% of these other rappers. See more...See more...
Posted by Nathan S. on 07/22/10 |
Filed under Top Stories, Downloads, Freddie Gibbs, Bun B, Chip Tha Ripper, Chuck Inglish
Thank sweet baby jesus. When I first saw the title of Freddie Gibbs new posse cut "Oil Money" is was terrified Gangster Gibbs had finally given into the demands of mainstream radio and crafted some sort of "Arab Money" remix. Nope. While I'm not entirely sure why the track's titled "Oil Money", it's about as far from top 40 material as you can get. Listen and download...See more...