It's been almost three months since Laso dropped off his last new track, the Privaledge-assisted "See Us," and today, he's back with a new solo cut. "Ain't Real" takes aim at fakes, lames and other assorted undesirable characters.
Its been three months since former HNHH heatseeker Laso debuted his mixtape Laso Angeles to reader-acclaim, but the young emcee keeps finding new and exciting ways to build on the project's legacy. Case in point, the "Facts Only (Remix)".
Laso returns with an unreleased record from 2013. Released just after the start of Ramadan, which Laso observes, the buzz single builds upon tales of Laso's personal struggles with poignant religious allegory.
For a 22-year-old, Laso sure sounds like he's been around the block a time or two. On his latest single, "Young Boy," the rapper continues to build his movement with slick rhymes over some street-ready production courtesy of collaborator Mark Markus.
Laso hit us with his Laso Angeles mixtape earlier in the month, and he's already returned with some brand new music.
His new track, "Realist In The Room" starts with a fairly minimal, but very gritty instrumental, but slowly builds into a propulsive force.
Laso has come through with his brand new mixtape, Laso Angeles, which he's dropped in celebration of his 22nd birthday.
The L.A. rapper placed among our final four heatseekers a couple of months back, and he's been steadily releasing new material since.
Former HNHH Heatseeker Laso has a new tape, Laso Angeles, dropping on Wednesday, and in preparation, he's shared the tape's intro. "Laso Angeles" was produced by Craze and is available to stream and download below.
Laso placed among our top 4 Heatseekers finalists a couple weeks back, and he's already back with some new music. The Los Angeles rapper began writing rhymes (mainly in the form of poetry) after his mother passed when he was 17.
One of our recent Heatseeker winners, Laso, returns today with a new record "Supa Savage." The California native promises more new music in the coming weeks. Are you feeling this new cut?
Laso tends to favor hard-hitting production with somewhat ethereal qualities, somewhere between trap and the ambience of Clams Casino. The L.A. emcee holds nothing back on the mic, effortlessly switching up flows, and rapping furiously throughout his tracks.
Listen to Let The Beat Go (Produced By Downtown), the latest track from Laso. The cut dropped on Thursday, December 19th, 2013. Laso's future brightens with every new release, and Let The Beat Go (Produced By Downtown) certainly isn't an exception.