Flyhorses are back at it, and will be at it forever. Norman Ba$e and DDotElles dropped episode 2, featuring KUTX‘s The Breaks (Fresh Prince of the ATX and Confucius Jones) and as always, the range of topics is vast and diverse. Period point blank, these cats are entertaining as all hell, and so far the 2 sets of guests they’ve presented are equally engaging. I plan on sticking to this podcast for the long haul as a listener, and maybe one day I’ll be lucky enough to grab some time as a guest on the podcast. Check it out, share it, leave a comment, and support your local creatives.
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Hope everyone is ready, because FLYHORSES have entered the podcast game with FlyHorseRadio. Norman Ba$e and DDotElles have taken their collaborative music project and transitioned the energy into an interview show that asks real questions and demands real answers. Episode 1 features Austin rap legend in the making The Teeta as he talks about his inspirations, his goals and what he’s been going through over the years. Props to FLYHORSES for bringing their dope vibes to the podcast game… definitely a breath of fresh air.
Kilmatik continues his efforts to push left of center into the norm. Regular 2 finds our host spitting the same off-kilter on-point bars that he’s known for, and this time, he’s brought a wrecking crew of collaborators to the table. With guest verses from Click-Clack, Emcee Eats, Robbie Analog, Mad One, Tone of the Cosmos, Cooley Fly, Apaso, Ruler Why and Norman Ba$e, it’s no surprise that the album holds the listener from track to track in terms of variety and wordplay. Production assistance is provided from Markie Tee, HADES, and White Jamal (plus a Kilmatik track for good measure). This is definitely more moves in the right directions from a man continuing to make a name for himself.
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Tagged apaso, chief, click-clack, cooley fly, emcee eats, hades, kilmatik, mad one, markie tee, norman ba$e, regular 2, robbie analog, ruler why, the doomsday device, tone of the cosmos, white jamal
MC extraordinaire NORMAN BA$E has been putting folks on notice for ages now that he is a multi-talented force to be reckoned with. Coming up strong off the release of his latest mixtape, Long, Live, Little Harlem is the lead single LOVE the MC. It is a brutally honest lament on the state of the mouthpieces that represent the culture, but delivered over a wonderfully laid back and expressive beat. If you haven’t already, get hip to NORMAN BA$E, as he is not one to disappoint with the output.
#BlackLivesMatter. We all know that, regardless of the rhetoric that is tossed around out there in today’s world of information overload. Still, it’s important that each of us, as individuals, come to a personal understanding of this supposedly simple concept. If not, things will never change on a grand scale. But you don’t have to take my word on that… let Norman Ba$e and DDotElles break it down for you so that it may forever remain broken.
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Tagged #blacklivesmatter, babylon 2, chief, ddotelles, norman ba$e, the doomsdaydevice