Dammit. Damn damn damn. Damn you Rockwell Knuckles. You’ve ruined my life by releasing Take Me To Your Leader right now. Here’s why:
1. There are lot of new projects I was looking forward to listening to. I won’t anymore.
2. I will be sleeping on the couch for the foreseeable future because my wife won’t be able to handle me humming every single melody on the project at any random time. When Rocky drops a track, I become a harmony ninja, bursting at the seams with a different song to sing at the top of my lungs. Nobody enjoys this.
3. The music is just so good that I feel inadequate as a human being.
Even though Rockwell Knuckles has ruined my life, he’s probably made all of yours better by dropping this undeniably great piece of art. After a few listens, this appears to be his most complete and musically robust work yet.
And as you listen, try out my Rockwell Knuckles challenge: listen to TMTYL all the way through and if you don’t find yourself humming or singing at least one song at some point in the next 24-hours then you win. Actually, you lose because you clearly have no soul.
Download: IsaiahThe3rd – Feast Of Fools
01. Lights Up
02. Memory Lane
03. Let Me Go
04. Feast Of Fools
05. Money Cat
06. The Sweetest Sound
07. The Minimum
09. Bazooka Joe
10. High For This
11. Free Express
12. The Kingpin
13. The Infinite Cycle
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After dropping his new mixtape Time Served this past week, rapper 38 Spesh called into Invasion Radio to talk about his music (which includes previous works Out On Bail and In Custody, the latter with Green and DJ Drama that he wasn’t able to promote due to his legal issues), working with producers such as DJ Premier, Pete Rock and artists like Gucci Mane and French Montana, making the transition from the streets to the music industry (he just came out after doing two years on a gun charge) and more. – Boss Lady
Previously: 38 Spesh – Time Served [Mixtape]
Nottz and his Durte Muzik crew D.M.P are at it again with a new single produced by Nottz and featuring Phonte, titled "Dead End Street". This track will appear on the "Live From Early Street" mixtape, which will be droping as a free download next week.
Previously: Nottz & D.M.P. – Ball Game [Video]
Off Lana's debut album "Born to Die".
Off the "Lovejoy Park" EP available August 2nd.