Tuesday, December 31, 2013

2013 Recap

As today marks the end to another year, I take a moment to look back at some memorable music for me in 2013 and some artist that caught my eye this year. Some of the songs below smashed while others are up and Coming. On another note, you all should  be aware of the tragic passing of Hustle Gangs, Doe B last week, I ask that we all recognize that violence is never the answer. My condolences to his family and friends. Also RIP to the other artist that lost their lives this year. Below I have compiled my 20 top favorite songs as well as my 13 top artist that I loved this year. Before I begin I would like to take a moment to thank every single person that has ever read,shared or simply clicked the link to view my blog. I hope to continue to bring dopeness to you and that E2TS continues to grow. Thank You guys a million times over and Happy New Year!!!!    


  Top 20 Songs

 1. Fed's Watching- 2 Chainz ft. Pharrell 
 2. Charli Funk ft. Mr. Huge & ABR 
 3. Against The Wall - Juvenile ft. Doe B & Juicy J              
4. FLUX - Come Alive                              
 5. On Deck- Romeseeum                  
6.  Gucci Mane ft. Rich Homie Quan- I Heard                                                    
7. Crooked Smile- J. Cole ft. TLC.         
 8. Chief Keef- I Don't Like                            
9. Bound 2 - Kanye West                            
10.Miley Cyrus ft. Wiz Khalifa & Juicy J                                                         
11. Pop That - French Montana ft. Lil Wayne, Drake, & Rick Ross                       
 12.  Young Dro -  FDB                               
13. Ring Ring - Rick Ross ft. Future           
 14. Plies - Faithful Remix                           
 15.  Show Me - Kid Ink ft. Chris Brown      
 16. Yo Gotti ft. Young Jeezy & YG - Act Right                                                           
17.  Miley - Wiz Khalifa ft. Waka Flocka        
18. Bun B ft. Kirko Bangz - Triller                
19. Backpack Rap- Smooth Hines           
20. Lil Kee & Strizzo - Up Down                 


  1. Charli Funk
  2. Alec BurnRight
  3. JF
  4. Asia Monae
  5. Bandy
  6. Woop
  7. Smooth Hines
  8. Cristol
  9. Lorde
  10. Miley Cyrus
  11. Ariana Grande
  12. Rich Homie Quan
  13. Kendrick Lamar
  • DOE B

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

TOP 10 Christmas Edition!

With today being Christmas and all I thought it would be awesome to do a Top 10 of all my favorite Christmas tunes. I can recall being a child and listening to some of these or just over the years every holiday season listening to these picks. Some are remakes and others are classic. I hope all my readers and visitors enjoy my picks and hopefully some of them are favorites to you guys as well. ENJOY! & MERRY CHRISTMAS!

                             TOP 10 CHRISTMAS SONGS

  1. Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas
  2. Chris Brown- This Christmas
  3. The Temptations - Silent Night
  4. Destiny's Child - 8 days of Christmas
  5. RUN DMC - Christmas in Hollis
  6. Whitney Houston - Who Would Imagine A King
  7. TLC - Sleigh Ride
  8. Gene Autry- Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer
  9. Irving Berlin - White Christmas
  10. James Lord Pierpont - Jingle Bells



Monday, December 9, 2013

Ten on Top Five Below(Top10andTop5)

I know Top Ten and My Top Five comes sometimes frequent and sometimes weeks may go by before I post, but it often is due to the fact that I am spending quality time with music. I am taking my time to listen to each song, album, and mixtape. I want to know how this song affects my mood. Does it keep me hype? Are the lyrics meaningful? Can I see myself in a club vibing to it? Over time I develop my all time favorites because you know you like a song when you find yourself playing it everyday. It's something like a classic song like "Georgia Dome" by the Ying Yang Twins. If I was to hear that it would take me back to when it came out and how much I enjoyed it then. Some of the songs are repeats and some are old classics that I just can't get enough of and others are new to some and old to others. Enjoy the list music lovers and I am looking to check out  female RNB, Rap,Pop,Soul, and Hip Hop artist if you read this blog and know of anyone I am placing my email below. If you are already making music and want people to know more about you and would like to be featured on E2TS you can also use the email. 
Enjoy My musical selections 

TOP 10

1. All Falls Down- Kanye West
2. Best of My Love - The Emotions
3. Come Alive - Flux 
4.Sick As Fuck- Charlie Funk ft. Mr. Huge & Alec Burnright
5. FDB- Young Dro
6.Honest Remix - Plies
7.International Players Anthem - UGK and Outkast
8. Bed Peace -  Jhene Aiko ft. Childish Gambino
9.Miley - Wiz Khalifa ft. Waka Flocka 
10.Pussy Nigga - Woop ft. Yo Gotti & Kevin Gate

TOP 5 :Mixtapes/Albums

The Double Album Part II - Crown Marquiss

Savage Life 4 - Webbie

I Will Never Stop Going In - Rich Homie Quan

Shake Back -FOXX


Street Runnaz 79 (Came From Nothin')


--ALL UP N THRU THERE VIDEO-- [Teaser Below]



Jonni Vegaz Ft. Flux McFly - Such A Beautiful Feeling (Getting Paid) 

Mari - From the South feat. Nulli (Prod. by Wolf Paradise +)



Contact MSC:
Email: ms.streetcred@gmail.com
Facebook: MsStreetCred [LIKE!!!!]
Twitter: @iamMsStreetCred
Instagram: ms_streetcred
SoundCloud: msstreetcred

Saturday, December 7, 2013

The Only Show 112213 Review

Last month I had the pleasure of attending The Only Show 11/22/13 sponsored by CLP Nation. The Only Show was a rap showcase/mini concert  that was orchestrated by a group of creative and crazy talented 
emcees. I would describe there flow style or their genre type to be indie rap, underground, or something I like to call knowledge on the fly. Each artist has their own unique style and it shows with their personal style,demeanor, and stage presence. Upon receiving an invite via Facebook for the event months prior I had already peeped the event coming together on my timeline. You could tell the artist were excited and you knew when they were working on something creative. SHOUT OUT! to whomever made those dope ass gold Pyramids. That's a definite souvenir that I've tucked away. Well dang my shout out kinda ruined my story but anyways...  I don't usually venture out too often if the scene isn't something I am interested in or have a curiosity towards but I had been listening or had heard songs from a few of the artist and was pretty excited to check it out live. The Only show was promoted by not only myself but by the countless CLP Nation Fans yes they have real life ye ye ye Wild man call Live Action Fans! And believe me when I say they go so hard! The artists' also pumped major promo on the web as the weeks slowly crept away. Once October turned to November I had already r.s.v.ped to Facebook standards and had further confirmed my attendance by purchasing a ticket to the show. I didn't know what to expect but as the weeks went by and my ticket was personally delivered by one of the  CLP scientist, Alec Burnright(ABR). He further confirmed how awesome the show was going to be. As the week of the show came to an end Friday 11-22-2013 was finally here. Pre show pictures of props popped up a few hours before the show and you could tell time had been spent making them and I can appreciate individuals being creative any day. I was impressed by the artistry of each artist that I got to see. Unfortunately due to my guest being tired from a long days work I had to leave early but was able to catch ABR being super hype, shook hands with the mastermind behind The Seminar, and caught Scott Tanner, SuCoo and Alec Burnright and Dilligaf kill it on stage. From what I saw I was glad that I had attended the event and enjoyed the mix crowd of people. It was refreshing to be in a room full of good vibes and great music. I would not pass up another opportunity to attend another show by CLP Nation or any of the artist that performed. I also would like to bring up  that when I attend shows I am not only listening for new artist to check out, I'm also looking at everything you bring as an artist. I personally think presentation is everything and from the way tickets were given out with the awesome pyramids to the artists' stage presence I was impressed. In school you get a grade for participation and the crowd  all got A's  in participation because the emcees interacted well and got them involved. I think an artist that can control his audience has them under his or her spell and Crowd participation was incredible and the energy that they had reflected whatever artist graced the stage. They were so live and the crowd really responded well to them. The even took place at a venue called The Cycle Lounge. I had been hearing a lot about it so I was glad I was able to check it out as well. I would recommend all of the artist for immediate review because the crafts that they have are definitely dope and underestimated. Below I have listed artist information for each artist and my favorite song from each artist. Enjoy the musical collection of some very dope emcees. Please share this review and check out each artist and CLP Nation for more information. 


Favorite Tunes: 
Jack Fletcher ft. Khalea Lynee
Charlie Funk ft. Mr. Huge and Alec Burnright
 Alec Burnright
Scott Tanner:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V78YgIs2FVI&feature=share&list=UUpAuazxcO-Xkogav9_FKpkQ&index=2
Mighty Jai

Dilligaf ft. Alec Burnright

Artist Information: 
CLP Nation: http://clpnation.com/

 Alec Burnright:https://www.facebook.com/alecburnrightclp

 Charli Funk:https://m.facebook.com/CharliFunkMusic 

Dangeruss: https://www.facebook.com/DANGERUSSMUSICGROUP
Twitter: @DANGERUSS727

 Jack Fletcher: https://www.facebook.com/CallhimJF?fref=ts

Mighty Jai: https://www.facebook.com/jai.almighty 
Twitter: @Almighty_Jai 

Dilligaf: https://www.facebook.com/dilligafclp 
Sound Cloud:https://soundcloud.com/clpnation

Twitter:  @SuCooDGM 

Scott Tanner:https://www.facebook.com/scotttanner809?fref=ts

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The Savage is Back and Trill as Ever

If you have ever popped in a Trill Fam artist album or mixtape you are automatically hype from start to finish. No matter whose main project it is you will find collabos' from damn near everybody from Trill Fam, but with the lost of Lil Phat and Lil Boosie still incarcerated I personally found the most recent mixtape from Webbie, "Sweet Jones Jr",(Link to that Review Below) had fallen short to what I had enjoyed as a Webbie fan. I was anxious and anticipated a better body of work with "Savage Life 4" which dropped today. I must say I am happy and proud to announce that Webbie is back! From the moment I heard "I'm Back" start I knew my ears were going to be pleasantly pleased. Not only was it classic Webbie he was letting the fans in to what had been transpiring for the last few months and year. As always Webbie delivers his street anthems, as well as his raunchy yet sexy street ballads for the ladies. I love it when an artist really puts so much time and dedication into a project that it shows from start to finish.He did amazing collabos' with Blake, Lil Phat, Lil Trill and Lloyd. With his fire beats being produced solely by J. Reid and Trae Beats Productions. I have included a list of my favorites off the album and strongly encourage all true Webbie fans to press play.I think this was a great way to bring on the new year as it was originally suppose to be released October 1st of this year.I expect to hear Webbie's voice coming out most car speakers for the next few weeks, even months as this one like the other three "Savage Life" installations were straight fire. If you would like to buy or listen to SL4 and witness the come back of greatness there is a link below. Also I have included the Track List which is for the Deluxe Edition and it is just three bonus songs (18-20). The Deluxe Edition is available on iTunes for $11.99 or $1.29 per song.#SL4 is that snap,crackle and pop, Webbie is back! I hope you all enjoyed my review of an instant classic and enjoy listening to the album as much as I did. 
-- MSC
Support Webbie and the entire Trill Ent Camp
  #SL4 Track List(Deluxe Edition):

My Personal Favorites List:

3.Fine Ass
4.Bad Bitch 2
5.I Wish 

Previous installations of Savage Life 1-3:

Album Stream: http://www.djbooth.net/index/albums/review/webbie-savage-life-4

Deluxe Edition: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/savage-life-4-deluxe-edition/id728711796

SJR Review: http://ear2thestreets1.blogspot.com/2012/11/not-so-sweet-for-jones-jr.html

Thursday, October 24, 2013


With this week being the world Premiere of "CrazySexyCool: The TLC story I felt it only right to do my Top 10 on Tbt and to round up my favorite RNB Tracks.Each song brings me back to a person, place and time and I love that about classic RNB I hope you guys enjoy the list and it takes you down memory lane. 1.TLC- Unpretty
2.Ginuwine- Pony
3. 702- Where My Girls At
4.Toni Toné Tony- It Feels Good
5.Faith Evans- Love like This
6.Silk- Freak me Baby
7. K-Ci and JoJo- All My Life
8. TLC- No Scrubs
9.Brian McKnight- Any Time
10. Color Me Bad- I Wanna Sex You Up

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Get familiar with EG: Lyrically an Educated Gangster

E.G Lyrical is an Independent Hip Hop artist from Saint Petersburg, Fl who specializes in creating lyrical and upbeat music with political aware undertones. E.G stands for Educated Gangster and his relatable lyrics and intricate story telling further supports his name.  E.G began his deeply rooted relationship with music at the age of six when he began taking classical piano lessons and doing recitals. At the age of thirteen he began writing Hip Hop lyrics and since then has been using his pen to make music that fits every mood. While still remaining true to what he believes in.  If he had to name those who motivate him he would name his doubters or skeptics. “They told me I couldn’t make music, so I did it my way” E.G explains. When asked about why he is passionate about music, he responded by simply saying " I feel like I'm what the game is missing." When asked about his influences in his music E.G said "I have been influenced by mostly southern rap and of course Tupac and Biggie, I was raised on those two a long with Parliament of Funk and Outkast. I’m just more of an old school hip hop fan and I try to bring that feel to my music” EG does exactly that with his music by using phenomenal word play and an intellectual twist to his lyrics. In his song "Litte Child Running Wild" he samples the late Curtis Mayfield's song and invokes your brain to think. 
E.G is slated to release his Freshman Ep/Album soon and it is sure to impact the state of Hip Hop due to his clean and rugged Flow. When asked what he expects from his freshman EP, EG said "I expect my freshman ep to be highly produced working with producers like Tango and other local producers to create a professional studio ep/mixtape to compete with the major and international markets." Besides being the next up and coming Hip Hop artist EG is also a business man. Being the mastermind behind Lyrical Hustler Ent building a solid team and giving fellow artist and entrepreneurs a place to further develop their crafts. Seems that EG Lyrical has no intentions of slowing down anytime soon. With major projects in the works. This is an artist that you can not overlook.  Stay tuned to see what Big Things he will do next!

     Learn more about EG Lyrical and Check out his music and  Like LHE on Facebook
Like The LHE FB Page:https://www.facebook.com/lyricalhustler
Email: lhebusiness1@gmail.com 

Can I be your Motivation?

I think everybody is entitled to their opinions and can voice that opinion but it's not a requirement that everyone has to follow that opinion. They're formulating their own opinion about the situation. I often ask myself why I am doing this? and what is it that I hope to gain from this? I mean those are both great questions but my answer is always why not? I’m young, ambitious and my determination is apparent. No matter who you are and what you do, people will find anything to stifle your stance.  We often don't realize it until the damage is already done. And then we are faced with our biggest challenge, which is getting back up. We must remember that tomorrow is a new day and that there will come a day that critical people will find themselves amongst their own critics. I am Ms. Street Cred is growing daily and as others see me as just another promoter or just another blogger, this may be true in their opinion but to the people that rock with me and those that personally know me they know my truest potential. I have started something that I created with hope to succeed beyond my wildest imagination with it. I hope to build a brand that I am proud of and that my supporters will be glad to be a part of. Had I not made that first move to even start, where would I be? I often think about that. I honestly cannot tell you. Probably still wishing and hoping. Just because I told myself I could and I am my biggest motivator, I have made changes and been implementing actions that will assist me with moving forward on my path to greatness. I can honestly say I wasn’t always the type to walk up and talk to a random person but my jobs and my infectious personality have proven to be great assets in the lifestyle that I have chosen to live and the future business ventures that I want to jump start. I am proud of myself for actually done things I wouldn't normally do and really pressing the boundaries as far as a box is concerned. I pray that whoever takes the time to read this brief post finds encouragement in my words and never stops trying! Falling is definitely half the battle but getting back up shows real strength.


Kendrick Lamar is in Control (My take on the K.L Control verse)

    So I said I would give my take on that infamous Kendrick Lamar "Control" verse and here it is... Kudos!!!! Mr. Lamar, for challenging these rap cats! I mean come on a little healthy competition is always good. Now I've heard quite a few responses to his verse and I say to the responders "ok, cool you responded, now what are you going to do now to heighten your music?" I mean because clearly he was calling folks out because he knows their potential, have seen their work, and he has actually worked with a few of them before this project. I know Big Sean was like "damn man, I gave him a verse on my record and he murdered it.” I like how everybody is all in a frenzy about not liking it because he named dropped some of his peers, but what you gone do about it? I don't think it's a cause of alarm to beef, tweef, or any other hater inspired action. I do think it calls for rappers to really come with their A game. Sure we know your quantity of work but what is your quality? I want to see more rappers use their minds to lyrically transport me into their rhymes like Biggie or Tupac. I want to feel that you eat, shit, and bleed the shit that you talking about. He mentioned J. Cole and personally I love dudes records and did I mention Born Sinner came out the same day as Yezzus and I listened only once to Kanye's before I just rocked with J. Cole's. I honestly feel like Kendrick Lamar saw this as a personal way to reach his colleagues that he does feel is influential in the rap game. I mean actual rappers. Not bubble gum rappers, not the Kmart Kid rappers even though they sound better than some mainstream guys. The fact that Kendrick Lamar took it to that level shows he's ballsy and isn't afraid to strike a nerve. He definitely did that and I hope that will jump start the heartbeat of rap again. It needed that defibrillator called Kendrick. Above I have included the control song for those of you that apparently live under a rock. I have also included some of the responses from various rappers below.

The infamous lyrics for your viewing purposes:
[Bridge: Kendrick Lamar]
Miscellaneous minds are never explainin' their minds
Devilish grin for my alias aliens to respond
Peddlin' sin, thinkin' maybe when you get old you realize
I'm not gonna fold or demise
(I don't smoke crack, motherfucker I sell it!)
Bitch, everything I rap is a quarter piece to your melon
So if you have a relapse, just relax and pop in my disc
Don't pop me no fucking pill, I'mma a pop you and give you this

[Verse 2: Kendrick Lamar]
Tell Flex to drop a bomb on this shit
So many bombs, ring the alarm like Vietnam in this shit
So many bombs, make Farrakhan think Saddam in this bitch
One at a time, I line 'em up and bomb on they mom while she watchin' the kids
I'm in a destruction mode if the gold exists
I'm important like the pope, I'm a muslim on pork
I'm Makaveli's offspring, I'm the king of New York
King of the Coast, one hand, I juggle them both
The juggernaut's all in your jugular, you take me for jokes
Live in the basement, church pews and funeral faces
Cartier bracelets for my women friends I'm in Vegas
Who the fuck y'all thought it's supposed to be?
If Phil Jackson came back, still no coachin' me
I'm uncoachable, I'm unsociable
Fuck y'all clubs, fuck y'all pictures, your Instagram can gobble these nuts
Gobble dick up 'til you hiccup, my big homie Kurupt
This the same flow that put the rap game on a crutch
I've seen niggas transform like villain Decepticons
Mollies'll prolly turn these niggas to fuckin' Lindsay Lohan
A bunch of rich ass white girls lookin' for parties
Playin with Barbies, wreck the Porsche before you give 'em the car key
Judgement to the monarchy, blessings to Paul McCartney
You called me a black Beatle, I'm either that or a Marley
(I don't smoke crack motherfucker I sell it)
I'm dressed in all black, this is not for the fan of Elvis
I'm aimin' straight for your pelvis, you can't stomach me
You plan on stumpin' me? Bitch I've been jumped before you put a gun on me
Bitch I put one on yours, I'm Sean Connery
James Bonding with none of you niggas, climbing 100 mil in front of me
And I'm gonna get it even if you're in the way
And if you're in it, better run for Pete's sake
I heard the barbershops spittin' great debates all the time
Bout who's the best MC? Kendrick, Jigga and Nas
Eminem, Andre 3000, the rest of y'all
New niggas just new niggas, don't get involved
And I ain't rockin no more designer shit
White T's and Nike Cortez, this is red Corvettes anonymous
I'm usually homeboys with the same niggas I'm rhymin' wit
But this is hip hop and them niggas should know what time it is
And that goes for Jermaine Cole, Big KRIT, Wale
Pusha T, Meek Millz, A$AP Rocky, Drake
Big Sean, Jay Electron', Tyler, Mac Miller
I got love for you all but I'm tryna murder you niggas
Tryna make sure your core fans never heard of you niggas
They dont wanna hear not one more noun or verb from you niggas
What is competition? I'm tryna raise the bar high
Who tryna jump and get it? You better off tryna skydive
Out the exit window of 5 G5's with 5 grand
With your granddad as the pilot he drunk as fuck tryna land
With the hand full of arthritis and popping prosthetic leg
Bumpin Pac in the cockpit so the shit that pops in his head
Is an option of violence, someone heard the stewardess said
That your parachute is a latex condom hooked to a dread

Rappers that Responded

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Meet Emily Berkey

     With ambition and determination 23 year old Oregon based Emily Berkey has been interviewing for a year and a half and has build a really nice resume' with some well known hip hop artist. In college she was the director of promotions at the college radio station and the host of Sunday night hip hop slow jams. She is currently the social media and marketing director at a record label in Portland. Emily B has made tremendous strides to further herself. Like previously stated she has interviewed quite a few of the rappers we see on MTV Jams and other music based programs. She has been building a name for herself by asking everyone on her twitter and Instagram to help her become a reporter for RevoltTv, a new music network started by the most successful business man in the industry, Sean P Diddy Combs. Emily was nice enough to oblige my request to feature her in E2TS. She is very sweet and out going. I hope every reader takes a moment to help her reach her ultimate dream  by tweeting or posting an IG pic with the hash-tag #revoltreporter and at her name @emily_berkey. Emily was gracious enough to answer a few questions so below are my questions and her answers. Enjoy!                                          

 [MSC]: What inspires you to do what you do?

[Emily]: Music has always been a key part of my life. Once I began interviewing artists, and saw how quickly I could achieve the goals I had set for myself, I became crazy driven. Seeing myself accomplish big tasks drives me to keep doing what I'm doing.

 [MSC]: How did you get started in your chosen profession?

[Emily]: I didn't want to pay to go to a too short show at my university, so I volunteered to help out. My job was to transport too short from the airport to the venue, and too his hotel. I had my friend bring a recorder, I walked up to too short once we were at the venue and asked if I could interview him for my radio show (I hosted Sunday night hip hop slow jams at my university). He agreed to an interview and a random photographer came up to us an filmed it. From there, I had a vision of how much bigger I could make these opportunities. And I'm still at it.

 [MSC]:Did you see yourself doing what you are doing now?

[Emily]: I see myself doing what i am doing, only on a bigger platform with more of an impact. I've left interviews where the artist was saying oh I shouldn't have said that. That was too much. Can u edit that out. I want to show people these uncensored artists. 

[MSC]: Favorite saying, quote, or advice you can never forget?

[Emily]:Part of my family is Jewish, and escaped persecution in the Holocaust. My great grandmother would tell everyone "learn, learn, learn, because your education is the only thing no one can ever take away from you". This has always stuck with me. My eyes and ears are always open to new ideas and ways of thinking because of my family influence.

Below is a Link to Emily's Interviews and Contact Information

Twitter: @Emily_Berkey
Instagram: Emily_Berkey

Want to know more about RevoltTv

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Summer Top 10

Since I'm definitely a Floridian and over understand the meaning of Hot. I decided to do my Top 10 list for Summer 2013. Or whatever that little stint was, because it's already over and I'm like but when was it here?! I hope all my readers enjoy the songs I cranked everyday  and the songs I often found myself singing at random. I have some Hot Home Team Representatives and some Hot Industry Records that I'm sure everyone equally enjoyed. Shout out to my repeat list makers throughout the last couple months. Enjoy!

1. Fed Watching - 2 Chainz and Pharrell
2. Everyday - Chief Keef
3.Investments - Rich Homie Quan
4.Sick As F#CK - Charli Funk ft. Alec Burnright & Mr. Huge
5.Beat It - Sean Kingston ft. Chris Brown & Wiz Khalifa
6. Up Down - Strizzo ft Lil Kee
7. Beautiful Day - Young Scooter
8. Come Alive - Flux Evolution
9. Platinum Pussy - Charli Funk
10. Let Me See It - Lil Kee ft. Porsha Nicole, Famous Kid Brick & Cristol

11. All Up N Thru There - Cristol
12. Low Miles - Plies

Upcoming Mixtapes and Albums

   Lyric Teasers

   Please Check These Two Out! 


Friday, August 16, 2013

Top 10 and Upcoming Post...

So it's that time again TOP TEN!!! So I've been listening to all types of music lately. I'm online listening to songs passed along to me and from artist I follow on music based sites. I have also been listening at my favorite hookah spot.They have a nice music channel that plays everything current from top 40 hits to Reggae. I enjoy being introduced to new artist and hope that my current favorites are some shared favorites among some of you. If you haven't heard them check them out. Videos featuring Charlie Funk, Alec BurnRight and Crown Marquiss' all Home Team Representers and definitely artist to watch for! My next post will be me giving my opinion on The Control song and the now infamous Kendrick Lamar verse. Until next time, turn the beat up and just keep ya ears to the streets.

1. Feds Watching - 2Chainz and Pharrell
2. Platinum Pussy - Charli Funk
3. Beautiful Day - Young Scooter
4. Negro Leagues - Starlito 
5. Bars - Young Dro ft T.I., Mack Boney & Spodee
6. 727 - Crown Marquis 
7. Up Down - Strizzo ft Lil Kee
8. Heels Bags - QT Jazz ft Babydoll
9. Land of Snakes - J. Cole
10. Crooked Smile - J. Cole
11. *Bonus  I Luv This Shit - August Alsina 


Meet ... Minorities Oppressed Still Strugglin Blacks Uniting Real Niggas

Hailing all the way from Muskegon, Michigan; MossBurn, an acronym for “Minorities Oppressed Still Struggling Blacks Uniting Real Niggas” Has been making headway with his most recent mixtape “You Already Know What It Is – Volume One”. In spite of  Muskegon being one of the worst regions in America in regards to unemployment, MossBurn remains focused, as demonstrated by his smooth wordplay, deep, and intricate lyrics, and a blue collar work ethic that enables him to push himself harder, further, and faster, in a part of the world that has seemingly fallen into a mass standstill. MossBurn credits his deceased mother as his biggest influence on his music. When asked what drives him to make music he says his family and not to mention he loves making music. I listened to a few of his songs prior to listening to his sound cloud songs and I love his tracks “The Weatherman and “Flexxin”. His beats really make the tracks and compliment his lyrics well. When asked what he considers his genre of music he said “It’s Count music, that’s trap music on a whole other level.” MossBurn is making strides to rise and understands it takes persistence and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. When asked what separates him from other rappers in his area or in the mainstream he replied with a confident and very sure of himself answer by saying “That’s simple! I’m actually good at it. That’s what separates me from the rest.” I love his confidence and wish him nothing but the best as he continues to make a name for himself and adding his name to an already exclusive list of Michigan Emcees. I have included his sound cloud information so you can check that out, as well as the audio video for his track Flexxin. I hope my readers and passer byers enjoy this Artist Spotlight and show Mossburn some love! 


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Ten on Top Five Spot!

TOP 10 Songs I'm Viben to
1. Feds Watching - 2 Chainz and Pharrell
2. Come Alive - Flux 
3. All Up N Thru There - Cristol 
4. Up Down - Strizzo and Lil Kee
5.Road Life - Smooth Hines 
6.Sick As F#ck - Charli Funk, Alec Burnright and Mr Huge
7. Versace - Famous Kid Brick 
8. On Deck - Romesseum 
9. Fast Life - Part 2wo ft Johnny Adama
10. It's a cold world - Young Jeezy 

Top 5 Mixtapes and Albums 

1.Born Again Twice Vol. 1 (Hosted by DJ Nasty Nate) by tellmymommaimadeit

2.Kendrick Lamar: Kendrication

3.Young Dro: Day Two

4. Lil Flip #Timeless

5.Ameen Spade Talke Ready