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Maryland MC, Jamil Honesty, drops off the first single from his upcoming project alongside UK producer, Hobgoblin. The pair are in good company, as J Scienide steps into the booth for Blockah, which you can stream below. Be on the lookout for the album, Martyr Musik, coming soon. Read the rest of this entry »

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J Scienide first properly came onto my radar when he released The Actual Heat LP in April last year. The album received a lot of acclaim in various end of year round-ups and rightly so, with Scienide being joined by the likes of Kev Brown and Gensu Dean, to help create a solid project that I’ve been revisiting ever since. Now the Washington-based MC is back with a new release, this time alongside Bozack Morris – the producer and Griselda affiliate – and the pair have cooked up the Popular Mechanics EP. Capeesh is the first track to be taken from the EP and sets the bar high for what’s to follow. The video was made by Mercenary Productions.

Check out the new video for the excellent Ghetto track, which is taken from J Scienide’s equally excellent LP, The Actual Heat. Ghetto features Kev Brown and the video was shot by Vercedes. The LP is out now on Official Crate Music.

Producer DBA should be a name known to rap fans, as he has been putting in work since the late 80s and earning a lot of clout in the process. It is that clout that has helped him enlist features from some of the hardest MCs in rap right now and if you needed proof, this new track is a exhibit A. Read the rest of this entry »

Very pleased to see the release of this album from J Scienide and even more pleased it doesn’t disappoint on the levels of dope I was hoping for. The Washington based MC has teased us with a couple of tasters, including the excellent Ghetto featuring Kev Brown, which I posted a while ago. Read the rest of this entry »

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Low Budget crew member, J Scienide, returns with another tight track, this time featuring the ample talents of Kev Brown. Scienide did the beat on this one and the result is a moody, slow burning, boom bap tinged sound, which serves as perfect foundation for the lyricism that follows. You can stream Ghetto below and follow the Soundcloud link to check more dope from J Scienide. Read the rest of this entry »