I ran across this heat this morning just checking soundcloud, and here I am posting it on the site because its got some seriously diverse sounds. There is pretty much a beat for every mood and every style you can think of on this tape. On top of all there are some dope voclas from Mousey McGlynn. I'm to be on time with this heavy material! ENJOY!
"In celebration of our 9th year anniversary we bring you the next chapter in the Beat Cinema sound. We are a team of individual creators that aim to create a home for our beat community. When people say what does Beat Cinema sound like? we'd like to describe it as hybrid concoction of different people from diverse backgrounds."
I discovered Droske from watching Oscar Huermano's youtube and just got so hyped on his lyrics and deep bassy voice! He is one of the many diamonds lying in the rough of Chicago waiting to be discovered. His sound needs to be heard because his lyrics are always well crafted, he's got a unique way of building his character in each song that makes his personality come through! This track "Don Moves" is pretty much a motivational anthem. It's got all of the ingredients for a banger, and makes me think about staying sharp. Honestly, I feel that with more support, Droske will seriously put out some game-changing music.
If you are looking for some lofi Chicago muisc, Rockwell Cartel has been producing just that. Big Jab links up with SXMGDY, to unleash a barrage of lyrical and literal artillery that goes under your skin. Jab bluntly references the degree violence and despair that is happening in Chicago, but yet and still, he's doing his thing.
I am a little late on this one but honestly I feel like more people should have heard this song by now. This is a testament to the diversity that exists within Chicago's music scene. The repitition of this almost moody, jungly, poppy beat mixed with these lyrics that ooze with realness really grasped my attention. We can tell QVRS is talking to somebody but I can't help to feel as if it's me doing the talking, I can relate, he's saying something that I try to say to the people I love, but in a way that so blunt yet so accepting at the same time, it's theraputic. Check out this refreshing vibe from QVRS produced by Rockwell Cartel!
TreStyle just dropped a very crispy video for "Hella Hard", shot by Jay Mavas. Trestyle is always spot with his deliveries, crystal clear, and well put together, two things that have been put to the wayside in mainstream music. There are a lot of things in this video that go hard. In this video we are imagining Tre as if he were a bat character in some sort of super hero universe pointing to the beastly aspect of his persona. The lighting and set design really takes this video to the next level on top of a great job on the color.