YOUNG CHRIS “PHILLY SHIT”
Former Young Gun strikes out on his own. His last couple of mixtapes were pretty good so you want to see what he’s capable of doing with the stage to himself. This song has a “Beamer, Benz” type of feel due to the track. Chris definitely gives reference to past Philly MC’s mentioning an “aknickulous flow” and shouts out Schooly D. Gangsta!!!”
Here’s what the listeners had to say:[audio:http://teamyee.tv/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/16-REEF-1.mp3]
NOTTZ “THEY CYCLE” FT. JOELL ORTIZ
When it comes to producers they don’t get much better than VA’s Nottz who has been banging out heat for years without proper recognition for his talent. Now he’s switching gears moving into total artist mode sculpting his own sound. The results are pretty good right here. Soulful track where Nottz raps about cats coming home and the difficulty to readjust which usually leads to a return engagement in the pen. Great assist verse from Mr. Ortiz.
Here’s what the listeners had to say:[audio:http://teamyee.tv/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/17-REEF-2.mp3]
PILL “ALL THE SAME”
The man that brought “goin ham” into common lingo is back with another joint from his upcoming new mixtape. Sinister soul sample lays the groundwork for Pill to do his thing. Remember where you heard it first!!!
Here’s what the listeners had to say:[audio:http://teamyee.tv/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/18-REEF-3.mp3]
1982 “82-92″ FT. MAC MILLER
The duo known as 1982 aka DJ Statik Selektah and Termanology are busying readying their debut album and this offering featuring Pittsburgh’s Mac Miller is proof positive this is something to look forward to. Statik puts together a bouncy melodic groove that both Term and Mac match line for line, with rapid-fire flow and delivery. Of course you know to catch Statik’s Showoff Radio on Shade 45 every Thursday night after Lip Service from 10pm-12am eastern time RIGHT?????
Here’s what the listeners had to say:[audio:http://teamyee.tv/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/19-REEF-4.mp3]
CHILD REBEL SOLDIER “DON’T STOP”
Overdue release from the supergroup for the hipster age (Pharell, Kanye, Lupe) finally get a finished product into people’s hands. While the joint may be old, Kanye finally mixed it and has unleashed it to the world. It’s definitely quirky and unorthodox but when you put these three personas into one group you know to expect the unexpected.
Here’s what the listeners had to say:[audio:http://teamyee.tv/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/20-REEF-5.mp3]