There were a lot of huge records that dropped this past week (two, at least, which Meek Mill & Drake were a part of), anyways, while I'm sure most people checked out those, here's some that might have been neglected.
Brother Ali- Not A Day Goes By (Prod. Jake One)
Brother Ali is not one of those artists who lets go a song a day, so when he does put out music I pay attention, and he usually doesn't disappoint. This song has finds Ali teaming up with a familiar producer, Jake One. And Brother Ali goes in, and he keeps it interesting by switching up his flow throughout.
I can't get tired of Chuck Inglish beats, and although TiRon hasn't been posted that much on HNHH in the past, we'll be on the lookout from now on. Plus, a ScHoolboy feature always has my approval. This is a laid-back joint, typical to Inglish's sound, as Q & TiRon vent about their women problems. This will live on TiRon's upcoming project, The Cafeteria Line.
Masspike Miles- Killa
I haven't listened to that much Masspike Miles, and honestly I keep forgetting he exists/is a member of MMG until he randomly drops a track. However, this random track he dropped I was really feeling. Miles shows off his vocals talking about a 'killa shorty.' Not sure what this is for though, but it's smooth, and shows the potential Miles has.
I was a little surprised to see CyHi & SpaceGhost together on this remix, but they are both artists I like, and for this beat they are perfect. CyHi always has his flow & lyrics on point, while SpaceGhostPurrp does a valiant effort, he gets a little overshadowed.
Man, I love these Lex Luger beats! All the ones he made for Rich Hil on 500 Grams were so dope, and this is in a similar vein. Rich Hil's lyrics are typical-- sub-par; and with a feature from Troy Ave, Troy outshines him. I want to hear more beats like this though.