Vritra opens with Sonar, redveil drops niagara, Good Food is back to Smoke ‘em, Cisco Swank is in Pursuit Of, and Ifé Neuro returns with Iceberg Slim. Nelson Dialect & NuTone follow with Opal Mind, J. Depina drops Think Back, and Koncept Jack$on is back with a vengeance on What’s Done In The Dark.
Demae shines on Life Works Out, ToneyBoi shares a heavy collection of tracks titled Just Over Broke, King Most is back to serve breakfast with the PANCAKES SEQUEL and Paten Locke drops a newly digitized version of the classic mix Asha’s Groove Vol. 1.
Just months after the release of Floaters, Odd Future alum Vritra drops Sonar –– a dynamic ode to the L.A. beat scene produced entirely by Leon Sylvers IV.
Newcomer redveil makes a statement with the ten-track project niagara featuring glo, Junii, Chris Patrick, Cameron Bolden, Donte Thomas and D’Mari Harris.
Back after a raft of remixes and projects, Good Food drops the seventeen-track tape Smoke ‘em If You Got ‘em.
Rising multi-hyphenate Cisco Swank makes a splash with the spiritually-dense, six-track Pursuit Of EP produced by Tobias Kelly.
Taking cues from Vegas Jones and Muhammad Ali, Ifé Neuro returns to follow Cornel East and 7Eleven with the punchy Iceberg Slim EP.
Nelson Dialect drops bars from Adelaide to NYC on the Nu-Tone collaborative album Opal Mind featuring Verbz, Ayelya, Célia Tiab and S.I.T.H.
Putting points on the board for Rhode Island, J. Depina drops a short but sweet true-school beat tape titled Think Back.
Fresh off of THOT RAP: CHAPTER 2, Koncept Jack$on is back to represent RVA with What’s Done In The Dark, produced entirely by No-Face.
North West London singer and Hawk House alum Demae follows We Are Here In This Moment & This Is What We Made with her Touching Bass debut, Life Works Out…Usually.
Buffalo’s own ToneyBoi follows Quality Costs with the exhaustive rap compilation titled Just Over Broke.
The almighty King Most drops his latest batch of redirections with the follow-up to PANCAKES titled PANCAKES SEQUEL.
Originally pressed up around the year 2000, Paten Locke’s classic all-vinyl mix Asha’s Groove Vol. 1 gets a digital release in honor of his daughter Asha’s 18th birthday.
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