BEWARE’s Block: Coming Through Clutch

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.

Earlly Mac Feat. Jay IDK – “Room 4 U” (Prod. by K-Reed)

“We got integrity, charisma, and some uzis.” Banger alert. My guy Earlly Mac recruited Jay IDK for “Room 4 U” and this thing is straight up problem. All hyperbole aside, if you like amped up rap tracks with finesse flows, sinister beats and wanna’ whip around your city to a track that makes you feel like the man, go all the way in on this one. Cousin Trap 2 is coming soon, so you better call the caterer.

Deniro Farrar – “Consistently Inconsistent”

As a Detroit Tigers fan, I have a first-hand understanding of what it means to be “Consistently Inconsistent.” Thankfully, instead of a concept that frustrates me further, Deniro Farrar has spun that stressful mental journey into a comforting yet gangster track that speaks on how he stays moving forward at his own pace, even if it’s rocky, while everyone else spins out of control around him. Despite the song title, Deniro’s been consistent for years.

Peter $un – “Quilombo De Palmares”

Peter $un seems like he used “Quilomno De Palmares” to get weight off his shoulders, which is funny because that’s kind of how I felt upon listening. With such a meditating backdrop and lyrics coming straight from the Richmond, VA rapper’s gut, it’s hard not to get on his level when listening. Soak up $un’s Yellow project here.