Attack Of The Track x Young Cudd “You See Da Stones”

Young Cudd is a amazing talent that you should consider for your listening pleasure. One of the nicest emcees arising from the Creole State of  Louisiana. Cudd finesses tracks like a true veteran with bars that stand for something real. Cudd has a tough flow, with a southern style that hasn’t been heard in awhile making for a somewhat nostalgic sounding mix of tunes. ” You See Da Stones” is available on Soundcloud , iTunes , Spotify & Tidal. Peep some of our favorite tracks below and as always support your local music acts and keep it Indie!

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Attack of The Track : Yung Yizzo “Been Plottin”

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Artist: Yung Yizzo

Reppin: Easton, PA

Style: Melody and Lyricism

Track: Been Plotting (Peer Pressure Album)

Understanding the game and the everyday grind of an aspiring artist trying to make it in a sometimes dark business is key to a successful and safe career in this music business and twice as hard for most indie artist. Politics, fake friends and snakes can also be added to the list of things you have to watch out for. Nerd Dreams Recording artist Yung YIzzo opens about some familiar obstacles on his new joint Been Plottin. From being on the road and dealing with the ones that hate on another mans hustle, the nerd emcee using hus music paints a perfect picture of the life, while finessing the beat with a rocking melody. Yizzo lays it all out on a super catchy hook that reminds his haters that he is ready and his plan has already been set. Chasing the life can be a great experience for up and coming emcees, the lights and hand shakes can sometimes blur an artists vision but the Easton PA emcee continues to stay focus and keep his awareness of how the game is really played. The multi talented emcee also gives thanks to his city and soon enough the world will be rocking with Nerd emcee

Been Plotting

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Attack Of The Track x Focus The Truth “Q85” Album Review

South Jamaica Queens Emcee Foc Trillz aka Focus The Truth cooks up a certified instant classic hip hop project entitled  Q85. Back on his Queens shit,and real as ever, Foc Trillz’s Q85 EP will be much pleasing to anyone that comes across it, one of those type of indie EP’s that you can just let play through. In an era of lost words,and highly overrated mumble rap, Focus continues to preserve and rejuvenate lyrics into the the state of  hip hop today. The lead track Tales of Trilliam sets you directly into the back seat as Trills continues to stamp his passports, write beautiful scrips while dropping some heavy duty bars over a familiar Isley Brothers sample. The 9 track project is a must for anyone who is familiar with Focuses earlier works  (Berwick Road , DUI), and the flows are still as viscous as ever. The boom bap joint Gonna Change feat Ayo The Don will undoubtedly connect you into the Foc Trillz sound, he  truly is a  game spitter with some of the most  humbling lyrics.  Q85 also has a real genuine sound too it, and as usual Focus knows how to balance and create a solid project that anyone can vibe too. We do have our personal favorites here at IHHR. Besides Tales of Trilliam and Gonna Change, we also had  Platonic (Check out the video below) , Dollars & Bills & Accommodations are on heavy rotation hear at HQ and is also added to our new Attack of The Track Playlist.

Be sure to check out Q85, now streaming on Spotify and Soundcloud. Peep the video for Platonic right there above you…see it?? Im sure you do and always remember to support indie hip hip music!