Hello! We're BACK!!!
There's been a bunch of fake sh!t going on in the Hip-Hop music world in the past 11 months....but damn...not right now! MARCH MADNESS!!!!! First, Rick Ross drops an album that needs more recognition - FINALLY - I thought we lost Rick. AND NOW........NOW....this SH!T....YIKES! Hip-Hop loves KDot. KDot loves Hip-Hop. Salute.
April 7th! April 7th!! April 7th!!!
So.....we here at NocoasTMusic don't think that we should even write anything about this album as of right now. Let's do this, how about we take a deep listen, you take a listen, you and your friends should then take a listen, and after that - let's meet back in about a week. Cool? Until then. Peace.
1. Pray You Catch Me //
2. Hold Up //
3. Don’t Hurt Yourself (Ft. Jack White) //
4. Sorry //
5. 6 Inch (Ft. The Weeknd) //
6. Daddy Lessons //
7. Love Dro...
Check Devvon Terrell's [Brooklyn, NY] 'Way Too Much' from his 2015 release of Weird Sexy Cool.
We've liked Wale since his major label debut album a few years back. Check his new joint 'New Phone'. Let us know what you think.
Here's the formula: Get a song with pop appeal, get Jeremih to add some soul to it. The end. Check it.
Summertime is getting closer and it looks like Usher is already trying to establish his place. 'Freak' featuring Ty Dolla $ign is one of the club records that will penetrate the radio quick. Be ready to make it one of your favorites. ♦
We all love Ariana Grande. This new record exhibits all aspects of why we do - the sexy songstress new single 'Dangerous Woman' is a sultry re-introduction to Ms. Grande. Caliente. ♦
Macklemore's "This Unruly Mess I've Made" is cool - 'Need To Know' featuring Chance The Rapper is better than good. Yeah, yeah...I know many of you are still mad (as we are) about "The Heist" beating out "good kid, m.A.A.d city" for Hip-Hop Album of the Year at the Grammy's but let's move on to a new Hip-Hop record that rocks. 'Need To Know' is rockin'. Yes, it's fresh. Check it. ♦
Classic Wanye - Classic Wanye. This record could have been on Tha Carter III without a doubt. Dope track. We here at NocoasTMusic hope that he gets back to his Carter III days with this next album. Enjoy.
Casket D. aka Captain Casket [Yonkers, NY] is from the rap crew Money Green Bosses (Mentioned in Jadakiss's review for 'Jason') - he's not new to the rap game, check MTV or YouTube for his videos and songs. "Doughboy's Cookout" is laid-back in relation to the beat but the verses are spit-fire. The combination work with each very well. After you check this record make sure that you download and or stream 'The 80 Loafs LP' from your favorite service.
"Doughboy never learned so Ricky paid the pr...