Boom Bap

  • The Love Theme: “Curly Hair” will keep the repeat button going!

    “Curly Hair” is the new feel good single taken from the second The Love Theme album which is due out later this year. The Love Theme project is the brainchild and creation of Producer Dominic Owen, who also runs Smokersblend Records and Audioblend Mastering. Dominic has produced & mixed songs for...
  • “Thoughtwork” by Fraction & Finsta is essential listening!

    From the opening track of the album “Thoughtwork” by Fraction & Finsta you know you are listening to an outstanding piece of work. In order to better understand this, you have to position yourself at the time this album came out…Yes, now!!  Ever hear anybody still make boom bap albums...
  • Reckonize Real & Moka Only: “VIBES” – from the essence that is hip hop

    The new EP, entitled “VIBES”, from Reckonize Real & Moka Only, represents the results of a weeklong jam session. The collaborative effort managed knocked out a song a day, for a week straight. Moka is a veteran emcee from Vancouver, BC. Reckonize is an up-and-coming producer/beatmaker from Queens, NY....
  • Prince Black is a hungry and innovative underground rapper

    For many young rap fans, “boom bap” is an obsolete term, associated with dusty beats, old heads, and the trends of the past. Everyone from pseudo-journalistic to rap artists themselves have written off traditional hip-hop as passé as if boom bap no longer has a place in rap’s future. Frankly,...
  • Da Challenger: “Burn One, Drink Some” sizzles and grooves!

    Da Challenger is an indie artist out of Washington, D.C. heavily influenced by the 90’s. Delivering boom bap at its finest, he is looking to bring back music with substance. The song is entitled “Burn One, Drink Some” (Prod by Master David), a single off the mixtape Verbal Canvas...