Vinny Virgo – Me, Myself & High: Lotus #Mixtape


New mixtape and video from Tampa, FL based artist Vinny Virgo. Boasting “southern Rap, with a mixture of trap sounds and experimental idealistic sounds,” Vinny certainly brings a refreshingly diverse approach to a southern music landscape in transition.

SmokeandSmile & bring you “Me,Myself & High: Lotus” The third solo project by Vinny Virgo. Join him again as you wander inside the world of a true artist, who’s diverse styles and unique lyrics take a hold of you and send you on a ride into another place where a lot of music these days can’t take you. Buckle up and enjoy another musical masterpiece from one of Hip- Hop’s best up & coming artists.

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UK Runnings & Intuitive ‘The Shropshire Lad’ (Hosted by @TrickstaUK) @Intuitive96 @UKRunnings @ParkStreetPR

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Shropshire might not be the first place you think of when it comes to Hip-Hop but maybe that’s starting to change with lyricists such as Intuitive flying the flag for his manor. Here is a mixtape that seems to have it all from the bars to the beats with an impressive selection of different styles. In way one I love this as it shows he can rock on different tempos but in another way it doesn’t really help to define him as an artist with a sound. I think fans of labels like High Focus and artists such as Harry Shotta, Split Prophets and Benny Diction will like this dude. He has some killer punch-lines but it’s not all bars there is substance to this artist. This is a mixtape that you need in your collection, this kid can spit.

Words: Scott Patterson

Intuitive – The Shropshire Lad Tracklisting:

01 – The Shropshire Lad
02 – Cross The Borders Feat. Killah Tal of Motta Gang
03 – Wasted Feat. Skramz & Reapz
04 – The Millionth Pound Cake Remix
05 – This Is Your Time (Prod. by Lab Man)
06 – You’ll Never Feel Alone Feat. Dean Fenton (Prod. by Riddle)
07 – Writing Letters (Prod. by Khan E.G)
08 – We Run This Feat. Trademark Blud (Prod, by Flyin’ Anvil)
09 – Thump (Prod. by Riddle)
10 – Dear Dad (Prod. by DJ Mainframe)
11 – Throwback (Prod. by Illyah)
12 – Dust to Dust Feat. Lordy

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Intuitive ‘Shropshire Lad Freestyle’ (Produced by Riddle) #Video

Intuitive ‘Hakuna Matata’ (Produced by Average Keith) #Video

Intuitive ‘Dear Dad’ (Produced by DJ Mainframe) #Video

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Black Dynamite (Centric x C.Keys) – “McFilthy”

Centric has garnered the attention of a plethora of international DJs, blogs and the like with the success of several singles he produced for other members of his Free At Last Music family as well as two highly rated singles from the emcee/producer duo Grand Opus he crafted with fellow Cali native emcee Joc Scholar with singles “Forever” and “The Key.”

Music fans familiar with producer Oh No will recall “Skits and Pieces,” a classic underground album that showcased the lyrical onslaught of a then relatively unknown emcee, known as Infamous MC (aka C.Keys). Keys has appeared on the ‘Wake Up Show’ with Sway & Tech on several occasions and is known as the first artist to freestyle answers to Sway and Tech’s questions live on air. Together Centric and C.Keys have formed a dynamic hip-hop duo called Black Dynamite and “McFilthy” is their debut video/single release.

Words: Scott Patterson

Rich Quick – Sweet Summer (Cuts by DJ J Hart, Prod by Rkitec) @ParkStreetPR @RichMFNQuick @iamjhart @Ccelli @ExponentEnt

Rich Quick is really making a name for himself of late and its no wonder why, the talent and the flow is so evident in everything he blesses! His new single “Sweet Summer” is the lead single off of DJ J Hart’s new mixtape “East Coast Draft”, and is a BBQ Hip-Hop anthem you need to check for. Dope production, catchy hook and brilliant rhymes.

Rich Quick – Sweet Summer (Cuts by Dj J Hart Prod by Rkitec)

Words: Scott Patterson

UK Runnings & Trademark Blud – Tricks Of The Trade (Hosted by @TrickstaUK) #Preview @TrademarkBlud @UKRunnings @ParkStreetPR

TRADEMARK BLUD is a name you may know through his underground releases, shows, battles and videos, if not then this is a good place to start. The Midlands emcee has been putting in mad work and is getting ready to unleash his biggest release to date, a 26 track mixtape hosted by UK veteran Tricksta through his infamous UK Runnings series. The mixtape drops at 6pm, this Friday 22nd August and already as you can hear, it promises to be a lyrical feast of delicious rhymes and metaphors. He is also playing live this bank holiday at Sunday Sessions! Make sure you grab thos on Friday!!!

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Words: Scott Patterson

Blabz – One Side To Every Story (Noble Throne Media) @Blabz1 @ParkStreetPR

More dope UK Hip-Hop here, this time from Blabz, a name you should get to know. Hailing from the East Midlands, its quite refreshing to hear talent from outside the capital city for a change. This focussed sound conspirator has been making music since his teens being influenced from the vibrant UK & US Hip-Hop scene. ‘One Side To Every Story’ couldn’t be accused of lacking ambition as it draws on a diverse range of musical elements from boombap, trap, grime, hip-hop and more, and comfortably pushes well beyond Hip-Hop’s limited horizons. For generations it seems British artists have talked a good game, but now though on this evidence we have a player that can blast away into the limelight.


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QuePac – The Flask

Brooklyn rap duo QuePac released their first official music video today for “The Flask” from the QuePac EP, which dropped in March. Directed by Borough Entertainment, the video is more a short film than a video, telling the story of a night of excessive drinking across several different parties, and also the events of the morning after, starting with waking up in an odd place with a pounding hangover.

The song is an ode to self-destruction. It also features an energetic verse by Shane MauX (of the acclaimed group, Duk Duk Goose), and artwork for the project features a portrait by Eat the Cake NYC (who has worked on photo/film projects with Rex Arrow, Mac Miller, Homeboy Sandman and others). While this is QuePac’s first music video, members of QuePac have been featured on Shade45, Kevin Nottingham, 8th hop outlets.

QuePac is a collaboration between long-time Brooklyn favorites Que Cee and Paco (from Duk Duk Goose). The team-up sprouted out of the vibrant Bushwick music scene, where some of the most innovative sounds in Brooklyn are emerging, and from which most of their inspiration for this project is drawn.

Independently, they have performed shows at major New York venues such as Irving Plaza, Gramercy Theater, Public Assembly, Sullivan Hall, as well as at out of state venues and music festivals like Afro-Punk and StereoTerra.

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