Papoose is here this fall with his new mixtape “Hoodie Season”. A lot of intensity and raw talent throughout this project, Papoose brings some heat this month. Tracks like “Rap God”, “Dreams and Nightmares”, “Pound Cake” and Papooses infamous “Control” response. Listen to Papooses “Hoodie Season” right here on streetkhemistry.com
Lecrae is back with a sequel to “Church Clothes”. More lyrics, crazier delivery and an off the wall production team. Lacrae is proud to be christian and you will hear that throughout this project threaded together with hot punchlines and sick flows. Listen/discover Lacrae and his new project “Church Clothes 2″ right here on streetkhemistry.com
MMG is certainly doing their thing today. First with Torch and now with Omarions newest mixtape “Care Package 2″. Short and sweet Omarion ends tonights posts off with something slow and sensual. A track here and there that will make any lounge get trill but overall this project sets the mood to make babies and memories. Check out Omarions “Care Package 2″ right here on streetkhemistry.com and be sure to look up the first “Care Package” if you haven’t already done so.
Torch brought a mass amount of heat to the summer with his mixtape “NO AC pt 2″ and now he is bringing more warmth to your fall with his new mixtape “Da Bronx Zoo” featuring Mysonne, Provolone P, Fred The Godson, Cory Gunz and many many more. Torch is known for his street and gutter styling along with hard delivery but it seems on this project he has taken it up another notch. With tracks like “Heaven Or Hell” and “We Special” you really hear the aggression and energy in his voice. “Another Day” slows things down a bit and gets more emotional. On this record you hear Torch speaking about life growing up in “Da Bronx Zoo” as well as the behind the scene things in the industry. “I’m Out Here” and “NY Fitted” are anthems to be proud of if you are from The Bronx and NYC. The production throughout the entire project is on point and for the most part gives a dark and eerie vibe which is perfect since this is post Halloween. “Ain’t No Fun” takes you back with their spin on this hilarious classic song. Torch is full of surprises and to try to predict his moves is pointless because right after laughing it gets right back to being serious with “Living Too Long” which explains certain type of people who have been living past what they should be. “Body Bags” and “Blazing Billy World” switch right back into street mode while “Big Face Hunnids” gives you something dope to shop to. Last but not least “Cross My Heart” was a serious and slightly deep track that to me capped off the entire project. So there you have it, 17 tracks of pure fire which is exactly what we need with all the wack music we have now (not to mention how chilly its gotten recently). Listen to and enjoy Torch’s newest mixtape “Da Bronx Zoo” right here on streetkhemistry.com and also…if you are in the NYC area tonight Torch will be performing at The Pyramid Club which is located at 101 Ave A (East 6th ST & 7th ST) Manhattan NY. 21+ Doors open at 8pm and the show kicks off at 8:30pm. Our very own DJ Instynctz will be the man behind the scenes for the music with along with performances by Duce Da Privilege, Cortez, Hatian Jak and Provolone P (who were featured on this project).
A dark and dynamic duo Yelawold & DJ Paul bring to you “Black Fall EP”. 5 songs that will make you bump and squint your face because of how nasty it is. With just one feature from Rittz you can already tell that Yelawolf goes off and kills it throughout all 5 songs. DJ Paul also does his thing on here as well so overall this is an EP you should definitely have in your in files. Listen to “Black Fall EP” by Yelawolf and DJ Paul right here on streetkhemistry.com
Curren$y & Smoke Dza separately make good music so what do you think is gonna happen when these two do a project together. If you’re one of the people who have been waiting on this day then your wait is over because Curren$y & and Smoke Dza have just released a new EP. “The Stage EP” consists of 4 tracks which features French Montana and Big K.R.I.T. Bringing that smooth and laid back type of vibe the only way these guys can come take a listen to their new EP and let us know what you think.