Earlier this year Domino Cash released the project “To Whom It May Concern.” So, far the project has garnered more than 1,000 plays and attention from communities such as HipHopAmino.
Along with the project, Domino Cash also released a interview to follow it up. That interview you can watch below.
As for the project itself, it is very layered.
Cash takes the listener through a journey of self-awareness, mental illness and understanding of God.
Throughout the album Cash touches on subjects like self-actualization and self-esteem.
But beyond that Cash shows an outer appreciation for those in the world dealing with self-doubt in themselves. From young black men to black women, cash offers encouragement.
Throughout the project there is an infighting theme with Cash, searching for a purpose and struggle with depression that comes to full fruition on The Edge, They Forgot, and Purgatory.
The project comes to a close with an enlightened man who understands himself and what he is capable of.
While going through phases of uncertainty, the tape carries on with a sense of emotion and genuine concern that captures the listener.
Listen and Download the project here.
A beautiful video for a beautiful, talented woman.
Janelle is back with the visuals for her new song “I Like That” days before the release of her new album. “Dirty Computer.”
The album is described as an emotion picture, which is given the definition of “a narrative film and accompanying musical album.”
The album drops Friday April 27 and the dates for her upcoming tour are below.
This project starts off really special; The way the beat comes in explains the title perfectly. You actually feel like you’re about to be taken on a path to the sky from how it starts. Then you hear “The Sky’s the limit, you want it, go get it.” If that’s not a motivating way to start a mixtape I don’t know what is. D-Tay’s newest offering, “Sky’s The Limit” is filled with motivating lyrics, slick metaphors, fun moments, and true passion.
As serious as that intro was, the next song starts off with “Girl gone twerk for a trill n*gga” I don’t know if that’s a bad thing or not. On one hand it makes listeners feel comfortable to know that every song will not just be super serious. On the other hand it’s a drastic change from the intro.. I like it regardless though.
D-Tay does a pretty good job of mixing it up on this mixtape. Nothing seems overwhelming, and everything seems to flow pretty smoothly from track 3 on down. One thing that impresses me about D-Tay is his songwriting skills. His pen game is very nice and you can tell that he doesn’t just say the first thing that comes to mind. His words and structure are both very intricate.
This mixtape is definitely an upgrade from his “Determination” project. He is much more polished and sounds comfortable on the songs now. His beat selection is better and his writing is still very sharp. Another thing I like about this mixtape is that the features are carefully selected and each guest appearance makes sense.
His subject matter is very much spread out on this mixtape. D-Tay shows his ability to rap about a variety of different topics, and his does so in an effective manner.
“Sky’s The Limit” is enjoyable and deserves a listen from all hip hop fans. Due to the wide variety of songs, you may come across a track or 2 that you may not like, but this is a complete project in the most literal sense of the word. D-Tay has a bright future ahead of him in the rap world due to his writing talent and pure love for hip hop.
Favorite Tracks: “Piece Of My Mind”, “The Come Up”, “Better”
The guys at R4/LOM are at it once again. This time donning a new rap style and a new lifestyle, FR33 brings us into the Epik Lyfestyle, with “Inn3rturmoil.”
FR33 has shown an immense amount of improvement from his Teen Titan series. He still has that raw unpolished delivery but he has managed to learn how to blend his style in with the beats. His content and subject matter is still there like it has always been. With so much negativity going on in the city of Montgomery, Alabama, he has plenty of serious issues to rap about. He takes advantage of his voice and freedom of speech to the fullest extent. But it is not overkill, as he has no problem expressing his love for hip hop and his love for the cannabis plant as well.
One thing that stands out about this mixtape is Fr33’s beat selection. Simply put, it’s great. Not only are the beats dope but they are versatile and Fr33 shows that he can bend his unorthodox flow to match any beat that he chooses.
Fr33 throws little clever lines throughout the mixtape here and there. He also lets listeners closer to him through personal and emotion-filled lyrics. Overall Inn3rturmoil plays out as a very solid and listenable album. The Lil Wayne soundbite on the intro was a very nice touch to start the project with and “Walk With Me” was the true definition of an Outro song.
This project seems to be the first step in the direction of a strong-willed young rapper on a mission to make his voice heard. Shoutout to the whole R4/LOM camp and Epik Lyfestyle.
Favorite Tracks: “Walk With Me”, “Hello”, “Epik Lyfe”, “Flavors”
Let the music speak for itself
This is a classic record right here. This was a single from Sizzla’s 2002 album, “Da Real Thing” Sizzla just happens to be my 2nd favorite reggae artist of all time, right behind Bob Marley. His voice was always very unique to me. I can’t help but to sing along with this song every time I hear it. Enjoy it on this Thursday afternoon.