By Jarrod Russo If you are a fan of TDE, which anyone who likes hip hop will tend to be, then you should check out their newest recruit, SiR, in his new single Something Foreign. SiR laces this slow beat with a melodic piano riff while talking about “pulling up in something foreign” in order […]
By Owen Brock Lo-fi master and Portland based beatmaker Rook1e released this single twelve days ago, containing laid-back sampled dialogue before entering into a melody of piano and mixed beats. “Cozy Autumn” will put listeners into a relaxed state no matter where they happen to be.
By Owen Brock Princess Nokia’s lyrics slash and cut through a gorgeous beat in this track similar to that of a Kitana, a character from the video game, Mortal Kombat. With repetitive patterns of charged rhythm, this track will hype anyone up. Nokia also recently displayed a badass act against racism on a subway in […]
By Ethan Brown For the first time in U.S. history, hip-hop is the most popular genre in the country. But that’s already in jeopardy as artists like XXXTentacion stake their claim while leaving bruises on women in “black and blue, purple, every color under the rainbow.” This haunting description is one of many included in […]
On Mar. 20, KCOU hosted the 2nd Annual Hip-Hop Showcase at The Shack. The Showcase was for artists to come out show of their skills. Throughout the night, there were technical issues that caused some trouble that didn’t go unnoticed.
I love pizza boy’s music. I am not entirely sure why, but I love it when artists take the filter off and spew their innerworkings into wav files. Im not going to describe pizza boy, instead I’ll leave you with this quote, “yes I know my songs are audio manifestations of the […]