|Essential listening. They stick to double time rhyming but they can rap at any speed and harmonize their hooks well. All their albums tbh are at least great. |
|I'll peep em|
Hope u doin well bro
|Ya I’ve been alright, just have way less time to enjoy music these days. But at least on weekends I can get some limes and some whiskey and chill tf out before I gotta get up and do something. My fiancée bought a ps5 so I’m happy lol |
|i think ive heard this but honestly cant remember for sure. will check.|
|"They don’t try to experiment because why reinvent the wheel when your ride is clean af"|
|You can't make a list like this without mentioning Blicky Sosa. One listen to Blicky Season and you'll never look at rap the same way again.|
|I'll always say Eyedea, a lot of people really love him and know his existence, but I feel like he still deserves a lot more recognition, but he's not longer around (R.I.P.)|
Most underappreciated rapper alive though is hands down Kristoff Krane, his Kairos albums are fucking superb hip hop.
|I just revisited this album a few weeks back and was surprised to see it pop up when this page loaded. Pretty overlooked indeed. I've only heard the first 3 albums and suppose I should check the rest of the discography. |
Also Eyedea was dope indeed! Highly recommend checking the video of him and Slug freestyling on The Wake Up Show with Sway. Classic video and one of the best freestyle moments of all time imo. Leads you down a good rabbit hole in the recommendations too of that whole album of freestyles featuring Slug, Aesop Rock, Eyedea, etc and that awesome video of Aesop, Immortal Technique and others freestyling outside of a venue back in the day.
|Rolling Vouges classic |
Cool mv 2
|Storm In A Teacup|