On one of my daily content searches, the homeboy HBZ Brown from SubKulture Patriots dropped a link for an Austin emcee I was not familiar with by the name of Salvasquared. The artwork for Peleamos was dope, and upon further investigation, I realized Salvasquared was down with Click-Clack, which is always a good sign. You should definitely give Peleamos a listen, a share, and maybe even a buck or two. Very solid listen, very refreshing change of pace from the norm.
SKP has done it again, and this time, they laced a burner by my man Ruler Why. This song shows the utmost love and respect for the hometown, Austin TX. I’ll let the guys speak on it…
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This is EASILY the most entertaining music video I’ve seen in years. Well thought out, well executed, and overall dope. SKP does it again!
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Tagged chief, SKP, subkulture patriots, the doomsday device, the luchadore connection
from the digital desk of Rhyme Scheme:
“Another Rhyme Scheme segment brought to you by Grind Life Films, Top Flight Djs, and Drank Epidemic. In this particular episode we have Cap N Kirk from SubKulture Patriots, straight from Austin Tx. Instrumental provided by Dj Ninja of BLACKNOTE Records!“
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Tagged cap n kirk, chief, grind life films, rhyme scheme, SKP, subkulture patriots, the doomsday device
A ton of Austin talent recently made the trek to Atlanta to take part in the wildly successful and ever expanding A3C Independent Hip Hop Festival 2013. For those looking for a bit of inspiration, LOEGz, SubKulture Patriots, Cory Kendrix and many more provided it with one snapshot:
The call has already been put out to make next year’s picture even bigger, so who’s ready to take part?