Damn this goes. With her upcoming album ReBelle Diaries on the way, Dutch ReBelle hits us with this new heat in her latest video “Yen.” It’s undeniable that Dutch ReBelle’s stock has been rising increasingly over the past year as she continues to deliver with quality tracks, and I, for one, am ready for her new album. Connecting with some other familiar Boston talent, Dutch finesses over a simple, but significantly loaded production from the 5 Star General, Latrell James. The visuals from Goodwin on this one are just as vibrant and igniting as the track itself. This is certainly one of my favorite singles to come out of Boston this year. Make sure to grab ReBelle Diaries once it drops.
After a successful appearance in the Got Bars cypher and his brief European tour, Paranomstopped by Mass Apparelto chop it up and update us on his recent endeavors. As well as speaking about his tour overseas, he filled us in on all the love Europeans show American artists, the state of local hip hop, and the music scene in Boston and how it compares to surrounding cities and states. He also blessed us with some bars in The Hotbox before he departed.
Jus Clide Preps CLYDE Mixtape With First Single “Amnesia”
Somerville’s Jus Clide gets fans ready for his upcoming mixtape CLYDE with the release of a music video for “Amnesia.”
The new track/video serves as the project’s first single and features Marisa Hahn, who balances out his gritty rhymes with smoothing vocals on the hook. “Amnesia” is a deep and dark track that is introspective. However, it eventually lightens up at the end as the beat switches and Clide drops boom-bap raps.
New York’s S.S., also known as Jimmy Vasquez, brings forth his debut video in “Jimmy’s In The Can.” On top of the Harry Fraud production, the Amityville rapper drops tough bars, supplemented by cinema shots by Arael Art. His Quiet Money EP arrives this spring.
Bakari J.B. Discusses Boston Marathon Bombing In “Boston Strong”
With the Boston marathon around the corner, Bakari J.B. delivers a warm music video in “Boston Strong.” On top of The Average Joe production, he discusses his feelings evoked by the tragedies of last year’s marathon bombing. He backs up his powerful words with a commemorating visual put together by Jenuine Vision, Syl Lucarelli and Alex Hayes.