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Mad1ne is continuing his prolific 2020–2021 run, and it seems like it’s only gaining momentum at the moment, meaning things are probably just getting really and truly going. Mad1ne and Blazy Green hit up Johnny Depp for some guest bars on Castaways, the latest single and video from Dark Side Of Jupiter. The track is dope, featuring a beat switch halfway through and bars all around, and the video not only features everyone tapped for the track, but a guest appearance from the homie Ruler Why as well. Definitely check it out, leave a like and a comment, and share it around so everyone can dig it.
There’s a new Ruler Why collection of beats out, the 1907 Beat Tape, so you already know what time it is if you’re even remotely familiar with central Texas hip-hop. It’s likely that your favorite bar-tician MC has collaborated with this cat, but in the rare event that you’re not hip to the level of masterful technician that Ruler Why can flex, then let his latest release serve as your entry point for immersion into a much larger world. This bad boy is streaming everywhere and on all digital storefronts, so you already know what to do.
As a 1980’s baby, the true-school era of 1990’s hip-hop will always hold a special place in my heart. It is this very respect and nostalgia that makes MAD1ONE one of my favorite Texas MCs, point blank period. Dude sounds like he was plucked directly from that era, and it doesn’t hurt that his go-to producer Ruler Why has a production style that echoes the very same era. For his latest project, King Leo Green, MAD1ONE employed Ruler Why and Kizer, along with a closing track by Furthermore, for production purposes, and guest verses by Jamar Equality, Blazy Green and Kizer help expand on the topics of royalty, power and earned respect. If you like quality hip-hop, you’re probably already aware of MAD1ONE, but if not, get hip, support the new project, and spread it around for the masses to do the same.
The homie MAD1ONE has been on an impressive creative streak over the past couple of years. It seems like inspiration hits him in waves, and the projects that result from them are well thought out presentations of lyrical worlds he creates. For Impressive Hate Poems, MAD1ONE hit up producers Kizer and Ruler Why for a concept album that plays out like a poetry slam. To help round out the perspectives provided, MCs such as Nick Cruz, RoyalKingMinus, Stress, and Blazy bring guest verses to the proceedings. The tracks are all bangers, the bars come in rapid fire, and the overall listening experience is engaging enough to keep you locked in from beginning to end. Check out the project, donate a few bucks if you can, and share it around so others can check it out.
One of the blessings of having been on the Austin hip-hop scene for so many years has been watching new artists pop up generation after generation and hold down the city. Over the past few years, one of the artists that has been impossible to ignore is the homie Ben Buck, a young, hungry MC with a penchant for intricate and elaborate beatboxing. After a flurry of singles over the past 6 months or so, Buck closed out 2019 with the release of KILROY, a proper collection of work that represents Buck‘s skill level and vision. The project is a collection of singles, live band demos, and even a live show snippet, with a vast collection of collaborators. On the production side, Ruler Why, Flobama, Wiardon, UGGO, Jarv, BRKCHK and even Ben Buck himself drop beats, and on the lyrical side, prolific MCs like Myka 9, AFRO, Jamar Equality, Chi Clopz, Flobama and Jarv all drop high quality guest bars. Don’t front on a legend in the making… check out the project on your favorite streaming service or storefront, and support your local creatives!
For the last few years, you know you’re good for about two releases from MAD1ONE, and with the second half of the year cresting and running into the final portion, it makes sense that he’d release Invisible Kingdom, a collection of hard-hitting, mostly high energy songs from the San Antonio-based veteran. The production line-up for this one is insane : Four Limbs, DJ Gonz, Ruler Why, Kizer, SBVTK, Furthermore, Progeny, Sultan Mir and Mikey all contribute to the stellar sounds that MAD1ONE eloquently professes on. This one is another strong notch in his belt, so don’t sleep on it… check it out, share it around, and if you have a few bucks, make a donation when you download, as every little bit helps.
Royal Minus is getting prepped to drop a metric ton of Ruler Why produced heat on us, and I’m ready. The first single, Conclusive, features a guest verse from Sam Dfrnc, and the two lace the guitar-driven track with a verbal onslaught that true heads will certainly enjoy. This is the kind of hip-hop that gets you amped up, makes it hard to sit down and relax, and makes your neck sore from the headnods it induces. A burner for sure, and if it’s an indicator of what’s in store for The Regalia, it appears that all of us are in store for some straight dopeness. Check out the track, share it around, and leave a comment on your favorite line!