Aug 15, 2019

Watch: 4am Soul - @Malc_____

There's not much to be desired from Malc's hunger.

It's a breath of fresh air when you hear it in his raps but you can really see it too. I mean think about it. We couldn't even get out a review on P2 before he blessed us with a double shot of music. 4am Soul comes accompanied with Htgr on his new single pack titled, No Hesitation. Htgr features a familiar face in Franklin's own SoULFULL while 4am Soul gets blessed with a video treatment. Malc obviously has good taste in music because I'm digging the sample of the original girl shot shooter anthem, Alicia Keys' You Don't Know My Name. No Hesitation is a perfect name because it's full throttle when it comes to Malc. Watch the video for 4am Soul after the break.



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Aug 14, 2019

Listen: Goat Talk - @MarcusAriah

"I got a question for you n*ggas. 
Is it Growth or is it Change? 
A lot of n*ggas worry bout, whatever n*ggas talk about
So they gon' be the ones who always gon' remain the same" 

It's ironic because the first I heard Marcus Ariah was his first two projects, Growth & Changes. Fast forward to now, the Newark emcee just dropped a new single, Goat Talk following POPOUT and Big Baaa. He's been steady with the new content throughout all three quarters this year. Word on the street is he's been mixing it up with Joe College in the studio too.


I'm always a fan of songs without hooks. The beat is minimalist compared to the rest of the singles he's dropped this year. He vented and reflected on self, Jersey, family, and more. This is one you have to listen and run back over and over to not miss anything. Listen til the end he really starts talking his sh*t. Press play.

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Aug 9, 2019

Listen: Break Thru (Outro) - @Malc_____

Quiet as it's kept, Willy P alumni have a ridiculous amount of talent. We can say the same for an artist new to the WTM radar, Malc.

He recently dropped a new tape, P2. The project takes us on a roller coaster of emotions. I won't get into too much detail because Brya is dropping the full review soon. I hate to make comparisons but I'll say this. If you like music from emcees like AZ and Prodigy you'd also like Malc. The outro on his project, Break Thru really stuck out for me. It was deep and I'm a sucker for that Kool & The Gang sample of the classic, Summer Madness. All eyes and ears are on Malc. You can listen to P2 available everywhere. Check out Break Thru after the break.

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Jul 24, 2019

A-Side B-Side Podcast Episode 021: @AsToldByGabb Interview (of @JDoeMag)

Episode 21 of A-Side B-Side Podcast features an exclusive interview with Gabrielle Overbey.

She serves as the founder and chief editor of J. Doe Magazine. In this interview they talk about her 3rd quarter issue and some of her favorite interviews this year. RamseySaidWHAT asks her how she feels about the state of media and why it's important we document our own culture. They also go on tangents about college, the state of New Jersey, and the finance book she's writing.

Subscribe, Rate, Review and tell a friend to do the same. A-Side B-Side is currently trending on Audiomack and you can listen to all of season one on your favorite streaming service by CLICKING HERE.

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The Music in this episode is Who Da Man? by Joe College and produced by Qdottdavis who was featured in J. Doe's latest issue.

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Watch: Stay - @SoULFULLnjn (shot by @filmsbyjtg)

In my review of I Appreciate You, I mentioned SoULFULL outros are usually powerful. I just didn't imagine it like this.

Why stay if its never promised?
Why stay if  it hurts tomorrow?
Why stay if bound to ruin you?
Why stay if it's hate coming from who & who?
Why stay if its made to change you?
Why stay if its making you go insane too?
Why stay if the lovin' ain't even the same too?
Why stay, Why stay?

It's something in his voice that really makes you believe him. Some people have to get in character but his rendition of Nas's Stay from Life is Good hits you harder than a kick in your headphones. Films by JTG captures a story of a young man battling depression and has a chilling ending. This is the second visual treatment from this album and wow. What more can I say, heck out the video to Stay below.

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