In which do-it-all Town artist Sam Lachow takes a break from the boards and simply raps over beats you will instantly recognize. Enjoy your weekend, freestylers.
BenadriLL’s new music video “Ca$h.” Or, “LakeHouse Ent: An Underdog Story.” Shout-out to Roofdogg for keeping me apprised. Watch for Ben’s Under The Table coming as soon as foreclosure proceedings are completed.
The Crocodile & ReignCity Present: ¡Mursday! (Murs & ¡Mayday!, with Ces Cru and Kap Kallous) | The Crocodile | Sunday, November 16, 2014
Photography by Rafael Ochoa.
Rapper/singer Scribes keeps consistent, striving for “The Ceiling” on his West Coast grind. Tacoma’s Leezy Soprano lends bars and heft to the track. Grab it here if you’re digging it.
Ryan Caraveo’s “Godmode” is the rapper’s last release before his album Swings hits the streets on December 12. There’s an auto-tuned, Drake-lite flow and a perfectly coiffed head of hair in this one. That’s about it though, family. Go check Ryan out live at his album release party at the Crocodile if you’re so inclined.
Sam Lachow, still buzzing off his excellent Huckleberry LP, drops the third installment of his “80 Bars” series. Numero tres finds him rapping over six recognizable beats in a grip of recognizable Seattle locales.
Kublakai samples his all-time favorite song (Charles Mingus’ “Moanin’”) and lovingly re-imagines it as both an homage to the enigmatic jazz hero and a hip-hop call to creative arms. Co-produced by Kubi and Isaak Meek, this song is from the rapper’s forthcoming Wheels Up EP.