Diamond Lung (Brycon & Lightbulb) just dropped another ill one from the upcoming Star Bakery Records Release “When Did Everybody Learn To Fly?”
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For over a decade SMIDI has been the most talented and dynamic one man act on the East Coast. SMIDI’S debut release, “Blaqdef,” leads the listener through the heart and soul of a MAN friends simply consider
an enigma. For years, THE MAN OF MANY HUSTLES has been perfecting the HIGHEST STANDARDS IN SOUTHERN RAP. And there you have it.
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Peace to N.C.
First video from the recently released Blood Moon album. Directed by Philo.
Still On Gurp.
One of San Francisco’s best kept secrets, Xiomara, has just released her debut album Seven-Nineteen. Easily one of the best R&B/Soul/Hip Hop albums of the year. Produced & Arranged by Xiomara & Brycon.
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The latest visual from the La Barranca album. If you still haven’t got that yet you’re fucking up. Really though. Directed by The Curator.
“I present to you crazers an album of the rawest southern strength American hallucination rap SUNSET GO TRIPPERS. Fat dose, feelings redacted intimately. Asheville. The Fist Fam Weekend Cult. In crane-stance to crush the cans. The latest greatest in Barbados. Mountain village tremens. Patriot Act noided. Go into the night. We all have to close our eyes. Trill ones. Tight bundle of sci-synth, bass, deep kick, forensics kit, cold buggin’, quadraverb and the echo with gettin’ by on earth vocals. Always ripped fresh, several seals cracked. Envy thou not the oppressor, and choose none of his ways, Appalachians and further.
It wonders off in a prairie blizzard 85 years ahead. The cold renders me spellbound, there to then. I have outlived the decree and find myself unafraid to die. I cannot will cloudbursts the way I once did. I must recollect with yet greater fury. It is a fever now. It remains a fever in the then. I will not die as long as I live this story. I run to buy moments.
Aiming rifles from bicycles.
A policeman knocks on a young woman’s door. Murderers’ flags, aswirl.
Kept it on the hush. Now we know.”
April 25th, 2021
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Sunset Go Trippers (Philo, J Eazy, Ronny Mac).
Gurp City South.
New single/video from Diamond Lung (Lightbulb & Brycon) out now! Available at iTunes, Google Play etc. From the upcoming full length Diamond Lung album “When Did Everybody Learn To Fly?” coming soon…
Grand Killa Con grabbed Gurp City South legend SMIDI for the remix of “Grease Monkey” and hooked back up with Bosko Jackson to animate this ill video. This version is on the just released Grand Collab tape (see post below) while the original appears on La Barranca.
As the visual onslaught that accompanies the digi & vinyl releases of “La Barranca” continues, Grand Killa Con now invites some of its mentally malnourished contemporaries to join the fray. The new video for Grease Monkey remix (ft. Gurp City South relly SMIDI) was brought to life by animator Bosko Jackson, who previously worked with GKC for the “Drug Rug” video. This remix, as well as “Fog/Mountain”, are also included on the newest limited edition cassette from MegaKut Records, Grand Collab’s “Trife Venom”. Uniting as a trio for the first time on this 6 song EP, producers Brycon & Eons One & emcee Luke Sick combined the similar but different grimy vibes of Grand Killa Con & Grand Invincible into one even grimier project.
The mean spirited duo are back with another video off of their latest album, La Barranca. This time the Gurp City vet Gus Cutty lends his talents as director with stellar results.
Those horns though…
Classic album recorded and released in 1996 by legendary Arizona Hip Hop group Supermarket. Finally remastered and made available digitally with rare and obscure tracks, this masterpiece is regarded as a transcendental monument for the Arizona Hip Hop scene in the 90’s. Features production by DJ Mantis Claw, Z-Trip and Dr. Stress. 4 Track is KING!
From Iron Lung Records:
“An international battle beats tape featuring members of Spazz and Agents of Abhorrence flexing their middle fingers all over a turntable or two. Mix & match sources, freestyle sound collaborations, all instrumental underground hiphop. Pro printed C-30s limited to 100 copies. ‘Nuff said, bet”
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Eons got the diamond where the dust is.
More visuals off of La Barranca which is available now digitally and on vinyl.
Pre-Order your copies of La Barranca, the latest plus from Grand Killa Con now! Shipping May 23rd. Wax brought to you by Dusty Crops, Megakut, & Star Bakery. I cannot recommend this album enough.
Digital available everywhere via our rellies at Drum Dealer Music.
In the house til the money gone.
Although the scene may have changed in the 7 years since TopR has released a new track, his aggressive, hell-raising style has not. His latest leak, I Shouldn’t Have Left You, is a testament to his return to hip hop.
Luke Sick of Grand Killa Con reminisces on the first time he met TopR:
“I heard the words, “I represent beer!” commence an off-the-top rhyme rant that blasted out the PA system at a Stanford University coffee house on open mic night. Those three words were immediately more in tune with the lifestyle I was living right then than any of the other backpacker raps I heard that night. Later, when I asked DJ Marz to introduce us, TopR was barely paying attention because he was too busy using his lighter to set dozens of fliers on a wall-sized cork board ablaze. This is while we were still inside the cafe, mind you. As a crowd began to form and the smoke began to rise, TopR immediately yelled at a particularly curious female, “Stop eyeballin’ me sweetheart! I’m way out of your league! Fuck this lame ass shit…” And with that said, he broke through the doors and went blind drunk into the night, literally leaving the flames of hell raised in his wake.”
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Look for Lord TopR to drop his new album soon on Drumdealer Music in association with Gurp City.