Evidence and Alchemist link up for a new instrumental that will not appear on their project Lord Steppington. “Nothing To See/Hear” is being released in order to promote a new Diamond Supply Co. clothing line. Listen/download the instrumental below!
The young Michigan producer is back and he’s got a new project in the works. After steadily increasing stock in his production game over the last year, YOG$ money offers up the first sounds from Everyday Vaction, which you can grab on October 1st.
After completing work with Dom Kennedy, Oskee Mariotti, Dee Goodz, Raven Sorvino, Scotty, and others, Mister Crowe has definitely carved out space for his sound. With the release of the Aaliyah-inspired “Priceless,” we also get word that Crowe plans to release an instrumental EP entitled TIME, in the near future.
Today’s been a relatively quiet day, but a tipster that shall remain nameless thought I should check out a new project from a 17-year-old producer from Houston named Apex Martin. This instrumental showcase puts itself leaps and bounds ahead of your favorite producers generic beat-tape and it’ll have you rethinking the type of sounds that are yet to fully permeate rap music. How good is this kid? Well, his sound may have actually inspired elements used by some of today’s heavyweights, or it might just be a coincidence. One way or another, Apex Martin will be someone you continue to hear a lot more from in the future. Stream/download Rogue below.
The Roc Nation beat-layer will be releasing another instrumental project in August. We already heard the title track from the project at the beginning of June, but Jahlil returns with more work for all you aspiring rappers out there. GENIUS arrives August 1st via iTunes.
Atlantic City, New Jersey producer Def Soul was recently watching a Spike Lee film and decided to dedicate his talents to making an instrumental project influenced by Spike’s films. Soul sampled some of the film scores of the movies he wrote, directed, and produced. Check out the project, below!
RESPECT: Def Soul
One third of Pac Div, Like, releases a new instrumental that is set to appear on his upcoming beat-tape Soundscape of A Pseudo-Complex Mind, dropping in August. This is extra smooth and definitely some very easy listening.
Having already produced for the likes of SayItAintTone, Rickie Jacobs, Niko G4, Reese, and more — along with plenty of other work on the way — it’s safe to say the young Michigan producer is well on his way. Today, he releases 2 instrumentals in the form of Ambient Pack for only $1.78, so there’s no excuse to not support. Stream/purchase the mini-EP after the break.
Another instrumental comes our way from Thelonious Martin. “Sleep Pattern” is mellow and almost a little dreary, but I can only describe it as the audio equivalent of delirium.
A new instrumental comes our way today courtesy of Thelonious Martin and it takes us on a trip to the highest peaks of Brasil. Press play and get lost in the sounds.