Mike Hardy, 18 year old artist/songwriter looking to be locally known in New Jersey and branch out so he don’t mind getting advice/pointers from others so he can get better and improve, because one day he’s hoping to get in the music industry..but he would love to play at more gigs and get more exposure..that’s what he’s working on right now..so hopefully the people that believe in him and others that love his music will help him reach the top. With his R&B single “MOAN” that’s very catchy has hit the 170k mark on YouTube in less than a month and continues to trend through-out the tri state area and now trends with his new hip hop song “Bad Chick” ft. Chad B. A very talented individual that has a thing for switching up styles on every new song that is being put out, he defiantly keeps his fans guessing. His latest remix was to Meek Mill “Dreams And Nightmares Intro” a very exclusive track where he lays down explosive bars and a lot of feelings and what seem to be a very targeted song towards his haters. But what should we expect next from mike? We shall see…
E.T.’s sophomore LP, “FREE BASS” review:
An album solely comprised of one MC, and beats that compliment a particular lyrical style, E.T. is bringing the definition of independence in this release, FREE BASE. Many Hip Hop artists these days take pride in not releasing a complete album for free, but E.T.’s dedication to Hip Hop fans makes his integrity for very different. FREE BASE is meant to be free, and most importantly meant to be heard. With a smooth style flow, and production throughout the whole album, Hip Hop heads will have no problem getting hooked on songs like “99%ERS”, “MENAGE A TOIS”, & “FREE BASE.”
“Free Bass is an auditory journey through a mind of a man hooked on music. Music is a drug. Anyone who tells you otherwise is probably such a track junky the silence to ponder such things hasn’t whispered in their ears for years, which is a state I strive to be in everyday.” – E.T.
IF E.T.’S MUSIC IS THE DRUG, THAN HIP HOP IS THE DEALER! – UndergroundHipHopBLOG.com
For more E.T. free music: www.TheRealET.com
“Background Music” marks the long awaited return from one of hip hop’s most revered and critically acclaimed groups, Los Angeles based outfit Substance Abuse. Known for rhymes and beats that evoke what has now come to be known as hip hop’s golden era, Substance Abuse has tracks that will endear modern audiences to a style of music that is consistently yearned for but seldom made. With contributions from legends like Tash of Tha Alkaholiks, KRS-One,Percee P, MC Eiht, Sadat X, and Max Julien (The Mack), Background Music is the album that true fans of the genre have been waiting for.
BACKGROUND MUSIC DOWNLOAD: itunes.apple.com/us/album/background-music/id583083208
RILGOOD (Brooklyn, NY) – “God Bless America” ft. FAT TONY & CHASE N CASHE /// UndergroundHipHopBLOG.comPosted: May 24, 2013
Rilgood returns with new track “God Bless America,” fittingly, just in time for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend. He brings along Houston spitter Fat Tony and New Orleans represenative Chase N. Cashe (produced by Dave Maxweel). Just a musical piece to serve as an ode to America; the good and the bad.
Supreme Da Almighty is a NY Producer/emcee that has worked with many artists in the game. And with all the networking he’s done with artists like Aztech and Da Legendary Craig G, Kimya, Rage617, Moroney , King Odin, Denku, The Intoxicated Prophets, Johnny Gunz, Terawrizt, Alpha Faktion, Toxic Preme, dj Enyoutee, Ace Lover and up comming collabs with State Decaff Da Legendary Nine, and Absyrd And Da Legendary Kool G Rap are in the works as well.
Houston, Texas native Devin Christopher Roy has been rapping since the age of ten, but did not take his passion for music into serious consideration until ten years later. After purchasing a MacBook Pro and a decent Microphone, he began to record songs and play them for close friends. Seeing a great reaction from his friends made Devin’s passion for making music grow into something greater, Devin explains, “I felt like it was time to take my music to another level. Better quality, better lyrics, and a unique style.” Although many of the people around him supported his decision, not everyone took him seriously as an artist. Devin says, “It was hard hearing some of the people I grew up with talking negatively about my aspirations as a rap artist, but with the support of my real friends I overcame all of that. I told myself I wouldn’t quit, I wasn’t raised to be a quitter.” After overcoming a minor setback the young artist began to work on his first 15-track mixtape titled “Rush Week” named after the week when fraternities have large parties and seek for new members. “I’m in a fraternity, so the experiences I’ve had inspired the name of the tape.” “Rush Week” is designed to promote college life, fraternity life, and real life situations.