BEWARE’s Block: Pencil Me In

By: 09.19.16

With music easily made and readily shared by new artists every day, there are hundreds of high quality songs that fly under the radar. Every week, BEWARE Bowdon scours the web to weed out the dimes from the duds and share the wealth via BEWARE’s Block, a collection of eight buzzing tracks from artists currently breaking ground in their respective genres.

IshDARR – “Locals” (Prod. by !llmind)

IshDARR season is upon us. Milwaukee’s most consistent rapper drops another flawless record for fans and haters alike in “Locals,” offering bouncy vibes from !llmind that continue pushing youngblood’s forward thinking vision and plans for total takeover. The better news is Ish’s new project Broken Hearts and Bankrolls is due up any time now and should be next level in all regards.

Nate Coop and Charity Evaughn – “Emerald Island”

First of all, shout out to my guy Jett I Masstyr, who sent me over Nate Coop and Charity Evaughn’s new instrumental project COLORS, simply because he knows my taste. My man nailed it because the whole project from this talented Texas duo is on point. Every track is optimal, providing cool vibes to match any mood that’s not angry. My personal favorite hue, however, is “Emerald Island.” Filled with tasteful, organic dance vibes that aren’t overdone in the slightest, this is the project’s brightest spot and a record that would turn out any get together with a get down in mind. COLORS is up for free download here.

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