“Bob Marley” is a new release by Kyle Bent which touches on the constant internal battle of fitting into the societal status quo. The title of the song was inspired by the soulful chorus which in a sense resembles the same tone and vibe that Bob Marley often gave off in his own music. The energetic record features a hard-hitting verse from West Virginia’s own Ponce De’Leioun, and is produced by Saru Beatz.
Brooklyn, NY based Emcee J-Essential has recently debuted his latest single “Remedy” off his forthcoming full length album “Smash City”. The track features iTunes charting emcee Spose from Maine.
The Black Opera is continuing to stay busy with solo releases, and as a collective. On the heels of Magestik Legend’s new full length, and a new single from Jamall Bufford, The Black Opera joins forces once again to deliver their brand of raw rap, over production composed in-house by the collective on “Sacred Cow”.
In an era where the idea of justice remains in question, these questions remain as well: Who can you trust? Who can you believe in? Those questions apply to “the system” and to rap music in 2015. “Sacred Cow” is The Black Opera’s way of answering those questions. This heater features verses from TBO members Jamall Bufford, Magestik Legend, Obie Iyoha, and introduces TBO’s newest voice: Johnny Void.
A classic 90’s BoomBap Hip Hop bouncer with german vocals. what a smooth combination!