Posts Tagged ‘Bronx’

#HITSBLUNT: French Montana & Curren$y Didn’t Actually Make Two Different Songs Called ‘In The Sun’

Monday, May 11th, 2015
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I was 100% convinced French and Spitta already made a song called ‘In The Sun’ once back in 2010, but TWIST it turns out that song was actually called ‘So High’ (it’s above). It was the chorus that was throwing me off, plus the song was actually labeled as ‘In The Sun’ on several (unofficial?) occasions. The new song off Casino Life 2 that is actually called ‘In The Sun’ (below) isn’t quite as good as the old one, but still good for summering purposes.


$amhill – Cant Trust U

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
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Some new knotty raps from $amhill, who really needs to put an album out already. A small trivial detail stuck with me – the reference to beige cocaine is exactly the kind of knowing minutiae that indicates real experience with the subject, something sorely missing from numerous rappers who boast about drugs they’re clearly not actually selling or doing.

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A.G. of DITC & Party Arty – Dancin In The Rain EP SNIPPETS

Saturday, May 25th, 2013
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Very glad to preview this new installment in the very very cool Pianos In The Project series, featuring AG and Party Arty and as always produced by Ray West. Like the previous entries, this EP explores the connection between hip-hop and jazz through the common ground of nostalgia found in both genres. A video trailer is above, snippets are below. The EP and a box set of the whole series will be released on 06/13, you can pre-order them HERE and HERE.


Milano Constantine – Games & Things Freestyle

Thursday, April 25th, 2013
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Solid throwback NY raps. The beat is originally from THIS.


The Almighty $amhill – Mudman Returns (Prod by Silent Someone)

Friday, March 8th, 2013
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$amhill offers some insightful musings on his son, his women and life in the Bronx.

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The Almighty $amhill – The Preface EP

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
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This is the world premier of the debut solo release from The Almighty $amhill, who delivers The Preface for you to chew on while he completes work on his first album. With beats from Preservation (Mos Def), RTNC (Timeless Truth), Superstar Dave Dar (Luv NY) as well as some self-produced tracks, the EP offers $am’s brutally honest views on broads, dames and lames. This is that unkut, raw New York rap that lives and breathes the mean streets of The Bronx. -Unkut

Very glad to see this come out. $amhill has dropped some tantalizing crumbs of material over the last few years, but never more than sporadic loose tracks. As I’ve mentioned before he’s a great writer with a fairly unique approach to the classic NY style. His rhymes are often obtuse, packed with painful details and smart insights into his own past. His delivery is somehow both frantic and nonchalant at once, it leaves the impression of a man who is very comfortable with his thoughts moving at a mile per minute and expects you to keep up. This is immersive listening, something that demands repeat plays and close attention before revealing itself in full. But it’s worth the effort.

DOWNLOAD: The Almighty $amhill – The Preface EP

The full trackslist and some examples from the EP are below.
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