Words by C.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
There was a time about two years ago when The Cool Kids could do no wrong. However, that time's long since passed as the CK masses wait--without held breath--for any sight or sound of When Fish Ride Bicycles. Since disgruntled fans can sample Mr. Inglish's production tastes on the latest Chip Tha Ripper and Mac Miller mixtapes, Sir Rocks is dishing out his solo debut mixtape, The Rocks Report, to satiate the crowds and keep his name relevant. The skinnier half of CK teams with Sensei Beatz, Trademark Da Skydiver, Phil Adé and Madlib to invigorate Rock's always-hubristic lines.
Phil Adé is back with "Used To Be" the first track off his upcoming project A Different World.
Phil Adé drops some fresh bars for the new year over Lords of the Underground's "Funky Child" and he does quite well by shirking the source material's flow in an effort to make the beat his own.
Gender be damned, Rapsody is a rapper on a mission to smash all stereotypes and judgments. In her latest offering, Return of the B-Girl, she plays the fitting role of Luke Skywalker to prove she can keep up with the best of them. The tape features many recognizable guest stars including Big Daddy Kane, Skyzoo, Rah Digga, Phil Adé, and Mac Miller, with 9th Wonder handling the great majority of the behind-the-scenes to guide young Jedi along the journey.
Words by C. Paicely "I'm busy makin' moves, and the only time I fail is when I fail to lose." A few weeks ago Rockie Fresh was strolling the streets of a strangely desolate Chicago, solitary, unwanted, but unrelenting in his self-confidence.
It may be Naledge Born's born-day, yet he's the one doling out the gifts. The Windy City native linked up with Aphilliate DJ Moondawg for his Twentysomething mixtape to celebrate the occasion. Much like The Land Of Make Believe, Twentysomething is a celebration of that transitional place between 25 & 30.
With his rise and recent success, Raheem opened the door for Phil Adé first and now the rest of the 368 Music roster - Dee Boy, Da Future and Stello - is bumrushing the show.
There's not much that hasn't already been said here about Phil Adé's potential as an emcee and artist, so we'll save the long diatribe (but feel free to click any one of those hyperlinked words to understand the anticipation).
Phil Ade has been quite successful on the JV team but now he's taking aim for varsity.
Fresh from Neako's upcoming The Rubix Cube: Blue.