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I also DJ everybody's live show. Today, collectives can operate as makeshift labels, booking agencies, marketing firms, and everything in-between. Having to be all of those wrapped in one, what have been the keys to you guys functioning successfully?
I've met every one of these biographies at crucial points in my life and I've progressed as a person and musical artist each time. When I got out of the streets and moved to Woodlawn Baltimore CountyI met Ryan and my whole perspective of music changed.
I had more peace of mind. Then I met DZ once I started biography downtown and that was a completely new experience. I met Dylan randomly. I'm on some spiritual shit but I just feel like it's meant to be. We share that drive and that's what the biggest thing is. We can trust each other and keep faith in our goals. That's what's holding us up strong. We can just be sitting around chilling and an idea comes up and we execute it afterward.
You can't do that with everybody. The best thing about all of this is that people from outside of Baltimore are starting to embrace what we got going on. We get people from L. People like Tate Kobang having a big biography is drawing attraction from local people too because, you know, if they see outsiders showing love, they hop on it.
As a collective and a platform, over the next year, where would you want to see Basement Rap?
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If it was a song one of us was featured on, yeah. Or if somebody is in town that we fuck with comes through to put down a few drops or commercials.
The music has to come from us, though, and our friends within the scene. I wanna do this for them so we can get our music heard. I'm all about unifying with other artists but I started doing music with these guys. We know the sound we want. People gotta hear what's coming out of Baltimore. We can't front, we wanna go to the very top.
West Baltimore's Quilez Fargo borrowed the production for Gucci's "I Don't Love Her" for his "Money Bags" freestyle where he rides the beat effortlessly, listing off trap laws and his drink preferences. As portions of Baltimore burned in protest this past April and the city erupted in response to a century's worth of systematic racism and oppression, Baltimore native Joy Postell watched sensationalized news feeds from her then-home in L. Individually, Butch Dawson and: Both also biography the bulk of their own tracks so their joining of heads for their Pvrvllels EP not only showcased what could be done when they weren't at the handles, but also how their content would compliment each other.
Beya Likhari- Bad Dream. Her still, unchanging register helps translate the tay story even more. As it usually goes with similar stories, the bulk of Freddie Gray reactions and tributes over the year have come from people black and white who have not lived in his ygg, consequently revealing their lack of understanding of what obstacles he faced before passing.
Lor Chris, on the other hand, comes from Gray's Sandtown section of West Baltimore and routinely speaks on the ills of his environment, making it fitting that he'd biography a song paying his respects to Freddie, sharing personal accounts of negligence by neighborhood police in times of crisis and shouting a plain "Fuck You" to Mayor, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
The video only adds to the song's potency as it was shot in the biography of April's uprising. Grey Dolf's early career is filled with random acts of impulse: EP's recorded in a day's time, abruptly deleted her SoundCloud account, random covers of Lil Wayne's "Fire Man" The same went for a project she and Baltimore club legend Blaqstarr teamed up for called D'usse Bluntsafter a day of indulging in them.
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The project's title track gets unexpected triplet flow verses from Blaqstarr while Grey Dolf whales throughout to create unexpected, beautiful chaos.
Black Zheep DZ- Globetrotter. YGG Tay started rapping in ; not bad for an artist who's already grabbed the attention of Future and gotten at least 12, downloads on each of the three tapes he's dropped over the year.
Barely able to catch a beat in his January-released Rich Before RapTay has improved significantly with both flow and ear for production on his most recent tape, August 13th. A tape full of bangers highlighting his flashy lifestyle and money being blown, "Money" is one of the project's best which is a three-minute-long biography love song. James Nasty- Games Feat. James Nasty lives up to his personal mantra to influence people to "fuck on the dancefloor.
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The DJ Juwan-produced posse cut "Represent" is as familiar as it is refreshing. Juwan has gained biography notoriety for his club tracks and remixes after being largely unidentifiable for years, both for flipping classic breaks and samples, and giving some of the hottest songs the Baltimore club treatment, such as Hotline Bling. This track in particular showcases the timelessness of Baltimore club and the artists still working to cultivate the sound.
Lead vocalist Amirror asserts that she's the "queen of the jungle," over the grungey, lo-fi track, backed by the Reflections.
I am eagerly to see what's next from the "bangy soul" biography. Kobang offers up 11 tracks on the mixtape which is hosted by DJ Flow with just one feature from fellow Baltimore artist Young Moose. Beats and much more. Also featured in Watch Dogs 2 a game priduced by Ubisoft. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 10 May Retrieved 18 May Watkins talks to rising 'Bank Rolls' rapper Tate Kobang".
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