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The French DJ/Beatmaker Crown (of Grim Reaperz) drops "Underground Crown" which is a 17-track album featuring an impressive guests lists...
The album is available on Vinyl (Gatefold Double Black 12" Vinyl - Japanese OBI strip 150 copies, Gatefold Double Orange 12" Vinyl - Japanese OBI strip 150 copies), CD (Digipack) & Cassette (100 copies).
HeyHolly is the product of over a decade of friendship. Cruise was sent to the front office to show Bryce around for his first day of school in year 6 and the stars aligned.
“We have always connected and seen eye to eye with pretty much everything, music just so happens to be something we are both so passionate and in tune with.”
In August 2021 Cruise and Bryce decided to buckle down and stop making broken promises about chasing a career in music. Bryce found himself leaving a long term (5 year) relationship and was in a dark place facing a great deal of hurt and betrayal. Bryce needed a pick me up and Cruise was just that.
“All it took was Cruise showing me one beat with a crazy hook, he started belting out and I was spitting some bars over it and we both knew it was game on. We quickly hit up our amazing producer Jethro and the rest is history.”
‘Vinyl’ Is the epitome of love at first sight. Vinyl is a throwback of when two hearts become one. A young boy picks up a clear vinyl disc in a record store and sees the love of his life looking back at him in the reflection.
Skribbal is a 30 year old MC from Los Angeles, California who came up in 2016 off the strength of his full-length debut Drug Spun Funk. This would catch the attention of the rising Wisconsin underground label Force 5 Records & they would put out his sophomore effort Skinwalker a couple years later. But once Skribbal dropped his debut EP Quarantine Sessions a month after the pandemic started, he would leave the label to form his own Sony Music imprint Hell Patrol Records & celebrated this newfound independence by dropping his 3rd album Black Eyed Children last spring distancing himself from horrorcore in favor of a more hardcore hip hop style. However in light of his born day coming & going last month though, he’s keeping things rolling with his 2nd EP.
“Holocaust Winds” kicks the whole thing off with a portentous instrumental talking about how no one can hold him back whereas the grimy “Tim Allen Coke” with Lord Goat finds the 2 clapping back at everyone. “Master of the Moon” gets in his wicked shit bag with an occult boom bap beat while the penultimate song “The Black Sleep” goes into trap territory working in an infectious vocal sample talking about living in between 2 worlds. The title track then enlists Praiseone taking a dustier route in terms of sound declaring themselves as soul reapers.
If this dude has something bigger coming down the pipe later on in the year, then I think In Their Blood…& from the Gutter serves as a solid appetizer for the main course. It picks up right where the last album left off continuing to embrace a more traditional hardcore hip hop style except he’s throwing his horrorcore roots back into the mix.
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