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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Tagged austin, chief, ruler why, SKP, subkulture patriots, the doomsday device
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
Even when folks are gone, it’s good to take a moment and do things in honor of them. Grind Life Films was on hand to catch DJ Aspekt of SubKulture Patriots as he put up a mural for ESBE at Castle Hill. Dig…
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
If these guys don’t win this year’s Austin Music Award for Best Hip-Hop/Rap, I will be extremely surprised.
I love seeing my city represented visually. Things have changed since the late 70s/early 80s, but Austin is still beautiful and visually captivating… even the most mundane set of railroad tracks can be a backdrop for artistic expression.
King ART collaborated with BMC of OT23 and Brain of SubKulture Patriots to bring you some heat in the form of Don’t Know Why. Produced by Ruler Why?, you know they’ve got the dopeness angle covered on the beats and rhymes. Listen and observe for yourselves…