This is a dope joint off Stalley’s new mixtape Honest Cowboy. The little Rick Ross sample is just perfect with a beat that is filled with organ keys and other shouts and noises, including trumpets and the piano. It’s a hard track for Stalley, who we usually hear more mellow stuff from. The MMG rapper stunts on us as he raps about his growing money problems over production from Rashad.
Dom Kennedy- For The Homies
This cut from Dom Kennedy is from 2010, but any Dom is welcomed as the rapper’s been releasing tracks sparsely as of late. There’s nothing to complex about the record, as the title indicates, it’s for the homies. The West Coast native definitely knows how to chill and this is song you can do that too. Dom is always experimenting and switching up his flow, and on this piano-backed beat he matches the rhythm of the beat. The only thing wrong with this Closed Sessions unreleased track is it’s only last a 1:45!
Kat Dahlia- Clocks (Prod. By Salaam Remi)
Kat Dahlia is a singer/femcee on the rise. The Miami native offers up hard vocals for a track all about being tough and turning up—which she seems to do in real life, having recently been in trouble with the cops for drinking and driving. I’m interested in hearing more from Kat’s unique vocals, she has the ability to go pop but she seems to prefer a different kind of style.
HNHH's "Underrated Audio" puts you on not-too-mainstream music you might have missed from the past week.
This week we don't have too many songs for your to look through. We saw a few big tracks drop this week from the likes of Future, Sean Kingston, Young Jeezy, Ab-Soul and Drake, but take the time to check out these three jams from Stalley (who dropped a new mixtape which you shouldn't overlook), Dom Kennedy (who has been missing from our lives lately) and Kat Dahlia (who is a new-comer, but hopefully we'll see more from her in the future).