He’s well known to most for his hardcore raps,flows and lyricism that’s always on point. Merel has been around in the Game for a long minute(He has previously dropped about 5 Mixtapes) is now due to drop his most anticipated album tilted “HipHop Geba” (with an independent label BLACK I ENTERTAINMENT) around July/August 2013. On this one, he featured the crowned “ best lyricist” kat from Durban also Zakwe, this joint is the sickest believe me. Do yourself a favour and pre-order the album ASAP. You can contact Merel on:
Facebook : Senzo Merel Ngcobo (personal account)
or, like his page MEREL
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Now you already know that when CapCity Rap stars come together on one joint, its gon’ be a major one. These dude’s never disappoint, they’re showing growth and unity on every joint they do together. Now, #TrevorNoah is the next joint that you’ll find on most people’s playlist, dont say I didnt tell Ya. Download for free below.
New joint from Sphuzo, a member of a Durban based HipHop duo “Men of Thurst”, on this one he featured Bon Da Don. The joint is produced by KaliBeatz ( I think now you know what you should expect). Keep he Local hiphop flag high by downloading and most importantly PURCHASE music.Support.
Taken from the ShowLove Album, this one features the Botswana Based rapper Zues. I think you should just showlove to good music by tapping the download button below.. whatchu say?
You know the dude never flops, right? This is a well constructed joint produced by Mx Beatz. SbudaP shows the hunger he has for the game every time I get to listen to him, he deserves everything he has achieved. Hit the jump and get the joint below.
I would like to thank each and every one of ya’ll that listened to each and every BlackNoise Fridays show posted on this blog, numbers don’t lie! Keep at it, Theres more to come for ya’ll. Keep it locked.
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What was Jay-Z thinking the first time he heard “I Am a God”? I’m interested to know not just because Kanye West is Shawn Carter’s one true protégée, but also because Jay-hova, of course, was supposed to be the original god MC. Even though he does refer to it more than once here as “the magnum opus,” no one expectedMagna Carta Holy Grail (MCHG) to turn out comparable to Reasonable Doubt, The Blueprint, or The Black Album, beyond the fact that it’s a Jay-Z album. It definitely didn’t wind up on the same sonic level as Yeezus, an album that puts MCHG to shame in terms of grandiosity and experimentation. But with this – Jay’s first solo effort since 2009’s The Blueprint 3, which preceded Blue Ivy Carter’s birth, Obama’s second term, and the Samsung Galaxy S4 – the 43-year-old did try to make his most important record in a while.
MCHG doesn’t have an “Empire State of Mind”, or even a “Niggas in Paris”, but there are plenty of indelible moments here, songwriting-wise. Regardless of your feelings about its juxtaposition, “I don’t pop molly, I rock Tom Ford” is vintage Hov form on “Tom Ford”, a relatively bare track dominated by Jay’s emphatic flow. There are also brilliant hooks here: Justin Timberlake’s elaborate chorus on “Holy Grail” is smoother than anything he recorded for his Jay-assisted “Suit and Tie”, while Frank Ocean’s poetic turn on “Oceans” is every bit as majestic as that of his own “Pyramids”. Unlike Yeezus, this is a perfectly approachable album, and there are moments that will make Hov fans out of kids who weren’t even born when “Big Pimpin’” came out.
Which brings us, finally, to one of the few things MCHG can be called for certain: a legacy album. You might say Shawn Carter is at a crossroads these days, looking at all his past glories on one side and all his future obligations – to wife, to child, to country – on the other. MCHG packs a lot of ideas, and not all of them prove very useful, or even well-articulated, by the end. The pieces congeal, eventually, to form a semblance of one of our most prominent cultural figures. The image just isn’t as defined, as focused, or as powerful, as it once was. Hit the jump and get this album for free below.
“Ekse, Maw’kuth’uphume’lok’shin Moja! / The block is hot, mjita phola! / till the morning, aw’bon’ yin’ syay’thola”..!
Another hot joint from JayB and Mhlathi, Am I the only one noticing the solid music that these guys put together? Well, here they got it locked with a perfect beat and JayB laced a dope Chorus to it and a banger is produced. Hit the jump and download for free below.
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: Sbusiso Mhlathi Khuzwayo
Christ has resurrected in Kanye West’s heart with the release of the Grammy Award winning rapper’s sixth album, Yeezus, named after his “jesus name.” West’s highly anticipated documented evolution arrives at a time when the future of rap is in question, as generation gaps and the heavy influence of southern rap has subsequently divided the hip-hop community.
However, Kanye’s genius as it pertains to Yeezus is not to be defined as the revitalization of hip-hop, but a much needed reminder to fans and skeptics that Kanye West is hip-hop
Features from Frank Ocean, Daft Punk, Chief Keef, and more aside, Yeezy’s use of the English language in combination with the out of this world productions from Rick Rubin, allows Ye to explore an array of rapping styles and genres of music on Yeezus. Once again Kanye’s one of kind talents paved the way for him to do the unachievable. In 10 tracks Kanye West maintained a constant theme of mainstream blasphemy, praise and worship, all while infusing some of the most popular genres of music in the world. Enough talking, download the album below for free and tell me what you think of it.