Filed under: Best Of The Month,Conservative Rap Coalition,Features,New Rap That Doesn't Suck,Not Your Average
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Had a request the other day for a weekly round-up of Unkut rap recommendations, but since I’m lucky if there’s one good new song every seven days, it makes more sense to turn it into a monthly round-up of Conservative Rap Coalition approved tunes.
Budgie and Alchemist dropped a church music project called The Good Book, and surprisingly it wasn’t ALC who delivered the stand-out cut with vocals.
A replayed version of the unclearable Donny Hathaway loop that you last heard on the bootleg version of “Think Big” loop and “Ashley’s Roachclip” provides an appropriate platter for Yonker’s 3 Amigos to discuss the rich history of the Rotten Apple.
This could have come from the Ghetto Millionaire LP. Flush hasn’t lost a step on the mic.
DJ Skizz laces Jaysaun and Ripshot with lavish strings for this tale of payback.
Not enough rap songs drop the dreaded “C” word these days.
LEX and Meyhem connect like Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble.
O.C. reminisces over a track from Australia’s DJ Force.
This dropped in Jan but got a video this month so I’m including it. The beat is loud and abrasive, just how I like’em.
Stand-out of the Smell The Da.I.S.Y mixtape, thanks to rapping through the headphone jack in the mixer and the Nas hook.
Raekwon over a simple loop always works. Taken from the Loud Dreams Vol. 1 mixtape.
Because not enough people not named Mac Miller are rapping over old Lord Finesse beats these days.
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