Alabama’s Hip Hop Savior, K1NG ELJAY, Drops His Most Focused Project Yet With ‘K1NG’

If there is one project you need to hear this year, it’s K1NG ELJAY’s latest and greatest, K1NG. Although the title may read as braggadocios, K1NG is a declaration of the throne we can all hail, the endeavors we can all accomplish. His goal remains the same, ‘to make music you can feel.’ If you can’tContinue reading “Alabama’s Hip Hop Savior, K1NG ELJAY, Drops His Most Focused Project Yet With ‘K1NG’”

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Cory Rhymal Will Challenge Your Inner Psyche In New LP “Processing the Process”

One glance at the title of Cory Rhymal’s new LP, and you’ll know your consciousness will soon be awakened. Cory has put together an extraordinary project in Processing The Process, centered around potent, in your face bars, alongside his gravely, apocalyptic monotone. You will immediately hear the pain and confusion in this voice – a heavy baritoneContinue reading “Cory Rhymal Will Challenge Your Inner Psyche In New LP “Processing the Process””

Al-One The Remedy Drops Homegrown Project “Back 2 The Northwest”

We’ve talked about Al-One The Remedy extensively over here at flowsfordays. He’s one of Portland’s most talented MC’s and has been in the game for over 13 years. Back in June, he released one of my favorite EP’s of the year, and just 6 months later he’s back with a new project. Back 2 The NorthwestContinue reading “Al-One The Remedy Drops Homegrown Project “Back 2 The Northwest””

Rebel Legato Shares His 3 Years In The Making LP “Rebel Season”

We’re big fans of Rebel Legato over here at FFD. We weren’t expecting him to join new power group Tiny Chain Gang (Vantablac SOL, Will is Chillin’ producer Josh Grant and himself) but had no complaints. The E-Town native was also featured on our first compilation tape Riptide Vol. 1 – and easily grabbed the most streams outContinue reading “Rebel Legato Shares His 3 Years In The Making LP “Rebel Season””

Mikeyy Austin – L I F T E D (New Album + Review)

It’s a rare occurrence when I listen to an album in full and call it beautiful. Hip hop can be a fickle genre with albums often sticking to one central sound. One of the most significant exceptions is Chance The Rapper’s Coloring Book, as it incorporated elements of gospel, the pains of drug abuse, featuresContinue reading “Mikeyy Austin – L I F T E D (New Album + Review)”