Clova just made the blog about a week ago, but you know how you’ve gotta do it in this rap game… hit folks again quick, and hit them harder than you did the last time. Bandz finds Clova trading bars with some hard hitters in the Austin scene. Sertified, Geeweezy and Domincan Jay all drop the science on keep stacked up. The Real Chino comes through with a rock solid video, yet another one in a year full of wonderful Austin-based video output. Here’s to hoping that 2018 can even hold a candle to what a wonderfully creative year 2017 has been for Austin rap, hip-hop and music in general.
Posted in Audio-Visuals, General Information, ShuffleCast, Spotlight, Underground Me Now
Tagged austin, bandz, chief, clova, dominican jay, geeweezy, sertified, the doomsday device, the real chino
Sertified is right back at it with another solid track and video. He’s been making a solid bit of noise the last couple of years, and On The Go finds him doing what he does best : living the fullest life that he can despite whatever energy is in his vicinity. The track is smooth, the lyrics are honest, and the video brings nothing but smiles and motivation to those checking it out. Props to Sertified for another positive notch in the belt, and here’s to more of that quality good stuff in the future.
Posted in Audio-Visuals, General Information, ShuffleCast, Spotlight, The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, Underground Me Now
Tagged break miller, chief, on the go, sertified, the doomsday device
In this noisy digital world, sometimes you miss out on things when they make their first appearance. Chips & Salsa, a collaboration between Texas MC Sertified and beatmaker supreme Haris The Terrorist, is a prime example of this. The fellas hit the ground running in January of 2016 with this release, and via the homies at OVRLD, I’ve been hipped. This is good old-fashioned boom-bap hip-hop with a taste of Texas throughout. Definitely worth your time and money.
Tosin was hosting.
Bavu Blakes was hanging out.
Gerald G, Tuk Da Gat, Pimpin Pen, Cory Kendrix, Sertified and Kydd got down.
Haris laced the beat that DJ Hella Yella fed em.
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Tagged bavu blakes, chief, cory kendrix, dj hella yella, gerald g, haris, kydd, pimpin pen, sertified, the doomsday device, tosin, tuk da gat