Archive for the ‘hip hop’ Tag

NC’s Tymain Robbins drops Don’t Trip, There’s More 4 U EP

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

 

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Rising artist Tymain Robbins out of Bolton, NC is not your ordinary rapper, he’s a story-teller. The NC native who’s influences range from Jay-Z and Nas to Kendrick Lamar and Drake, doesn’t just want to make his listeners bop to his music, he wants to leave them feeling connected.

From his viral freestyles to his singles like “6PM in North Carolina” and “Down & Out“, it ain’t hard to tell that he’s going places. Recently the 21 year-old rapper released his 12-track EP entitled Don’t Trip, There’s More 4 U. According to the rising artist, this project places a focus around overcoming temporary stresses that have turned into our life’s obstacles. The rapper’s message is clear:  Why allow momentary stress to take over our lives when God has so much planned for us? Don’t trip, God has something up his sleeve. With the content alone, this project definitely weighs heavy. Tymain’s Don’t Trip, There’s More 4 U is now available via Apple Music, Spotify (below) and  YouTube. Peep the EP below and let us know what you think !

 

Sonny Digital and I talk his top 5 producers, the artists we should pay attention to going into 2018, why he’s enjoying rapping over producing these days, +more

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

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Recently I got to catch up with rapper and producer Sonny Digital to talk about what he admires about Charlotte, how he started producing, who his top 5 producers are (including Mike Dean ), why he’s enjoying rapping over producing these days, the current state of hip-hop, the rising artists out of Atlanta we should pay attention to going into 2018 (from Reese La Flare and Black Boe to Young Nudy, Pierre Bourne) and more. Peep our full interview below to check out the insightful conversation that went down backstage.

NY rapper Dontaé talks K.Swisha production, Coliseum Records, being influenced by Dom Kennedy & Drake, Motivation,+ more w/ Everything Boisterous

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Recently NY rapper Dontaé dropped a  track entitled “Motivation” that clearly shows that he’s capable of being your new favorite rapper. Luckily for me, I got the chance to catch up with the artist to chop it up about his influences such as Dom Kennedy and Drake, his favorite Dom album, a time where he wasn’t so motivated,  K.Swisha production on “Get It”, his dad’s past work for Tribe Called Quest , making his Fair Warning project in his room, what we can expect from him for the rest of the year, and more in our latest podcast interview.  Check out our interview below to see what went down: