Filed under: Best Of The Month,Conservative Rap Coalition,Features,New Rap That Doesn't Suck,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
So April is over and done with, which means it’s time to look back at some of the Conservative Rap Coalition Approved raps that weren’t posted this month for whatever reason. Here are eight tracks from last month that won…
Taken from Whoo Kid and DJ S.Whit‘s The Elevation: Vol. 2 mixtape, this track captures an edgier sounding Mobb Deep over an appropriately claustrophobic track.
“Thuggin” is my favorite track from the Pinata LP, but since it came out on the previous EP this is my second pick. Let’s hope Madlib gives DOOM beats like this is Madvillian 2 happens.
A Marco Polo / Monch album needs to happen in the near future, as a listen to this Mighty Joe Young of a track demonstrates.
The Alchemist brings the required Murda to new Mobb muzik with this ominous track from the new album.
Martorialist ain’t ever lie when he declared that Sen City comes off like a cross between “Max Biggavelz and Money Boss Players” on this deep cut from the Schemin & Dreamin mixtape.
BK all day in your mouf with this Timz N Hood check over some church organ and choir work. P steals the show as usual.
Incomparable Shakespere effortless falls into that 90’s state of mind for the Nah Right/Up North Trips Illmatic tribute tape.
Droog is from Staten Island and makes the most of the El RTNC track he’s provided with. “Lab sessions should not sound like Taxi Cab Confessions.” Indeed…
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