Monday, January 19, 2015
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Flo-Rida and Drake - Keep It Real Volume 6 :
6th edition of mixtape serie 'Keep It Real'... This time with Flo-Rida and Drake on frontcover.
Once again tracklist contains 25 tracks, including selection of dopest new rap singles + also exclusive remixes produced by myself aka Evolution MS...
Wiz Khalifa - John Cena - Flo-Rida - Sage The Gemini - Game - Yo Gotti - Soulja Boy - 2 Chainz - Juicy J - Nicki Minaj - Young Thug - Lil Bibby - Boaz - Crooked I - Fashawn - Murs - P Reign - Drake - Future - Royce Da 59 - DJ Premier - Short Dawg - AB Soul - Mac Miller - Busta Rhymes - Eminem - Triniad James- Migos - Smoothie Wild - K.Camp - Shid Latta - Rick Ross - Stalley - Currensy - The LOX - Don Cannon -
Rich Homie Quan - Chalie Boy - Paul Wall - Lil O - Asap Ferg - D-Tail - E-40 - Waka Flocka - Trouble -Mo Millionz - Steve Aoki - Kid Ink - Shake A Vel - Mali Music
Only dope music inside so I really hope you'll check it and also you'll share it to your friends etc.. .
Thanx in advance for your support !
Enjoy the music ...
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Shid Latta - 'How it is' produced by Evolution MS
Shid Latta presents the single, "How It Is" produced by Evolution MS, in anticipation of his 30 track double album, Love and Other Drugs.
This track is a heavy hitter with an excellent blend of hip-hop styling and modern electronic production. The beat opts for a more square wave sounding bass patch than the whomp-y stuff of dubstep producers. I highly appreciate this choice. It adds a presence to the beat that stands above a lot of the hip-hop AND electronic music that is coming out these days. The lyrics are real and speak on some serious stuff, thus the title "How It Is." As far as I can tell Shid doesn't have any desire to hold back about details of his life in his art. The song may touch on more serious matters, but the overall sound still keeps your head nodding. After several listens to the track, I still found myself getting down to this track. Check out Shid Latta on Soundcloud or any of his other sites and social media listed below:
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Back with a new in your face dubstep song called 'Fly Thing' and dropped exclusively on Soundcloud.
More new Dark Electronic Music will be dropped online soon (from dubstep, to glitch, techno drum and bass, drumstep or ambient abstract vibes...).
Enjoy this new track ! Cheers and respect from Belgium....
Arnaud aka Evolution MS
Shid Latta is a hardcore rap artist hailing from Baltimore, riding high at the moment having recently released his acclaimed album Love + Other Drugs, as well as simultaneously releasing his own clothing line. Having already released one single off the album, Bet That, this second single How It Is was produced by Evolution MS and finds Shid at his most lyrically and musically hardcore.
It begins with a swirling synth riff before launching into a brutal hip-hop beat with intricately programmed hi hats that add nicely to the groove. The beat is made up of all manner of percussive noises, making this track closer to glitch-hop rather than standard hip-hop. Shid throws us straight into the action with the opening lines “Court dates and court case, on a high speed chase, raise stakes to raise cake, just tryin’ to be great…”.
The synth riff between the verses is memorable, and verse two begins “Psychedelic sentiment destroying all my citizens…” which is an intriguing lyric, presumably about the effect of drugs on culture and society. Some of the later lyrics regarding Shid’s fondness for the ladies might be too hardcore for some, but that’s why it’s called hardcore rap, and Shid is a fine exponent of the genre.
Overall, this is another strong single and another good example of Shid’s lyrical skills and delivery, with a musical backing that is both sonically arresting and cutting edge. My only suggestion would be a radio edit to bleep out the cuss words, as the current version would find restricted radio airplay outside of stations that play hardcore rap. For those not easily offended, give Shid a listen.
Verdict: 8 out of 10
(published on The Faulkner Review 14th September 2014;