After coming with his solo album “Hustle Life” only a year ago, now Rekta is back with another dope release, this time it’s “Boyz N The Hood” Mixtape, which sound more like a proper album, however, since, in addition to some original tracks, it has a lot of remixes on his previously made tracks a DJ intro, the artist decided to call it Mixtape. However, as our opinion, it does sound like an album and not just an average one but the real solid release that he dropped for his fans worldwide. This is the extremely dope release from start to finish, not having a single track which you could feel you might wanna skip.
Peep the track list with all the credits:
1/ Intro “Boyz N the Hood” DJ MOSKO
2/ Boyz N the hood ft. G PERICO & AUGUST BLEU – (prod. KAYSE REURTI / scratches DJ NOISE)
3/ J’laisse ça ft. HACHE-P & KENYON – (prod. JAY P BANGZ)
4/ Soldat (Madizm RMX) ft. SOFIANE & STAFF – (prod. MADIZM)
5/ Débrouillard ft. REDA & MOWDEE – (prod. JAY P BANGZ)
6/ Vivre et mourir à L.A. (Gizzle RMX) ft. NANCI FLETCHER – (prod. GIZZLE)
7/ Petit frère ft. ABD & K’TASTROF – (prod. JAY P BANGZ)
8/ Gang Bang Muzik (DJ Easy RMX) ft. BIG TRAY DEEE, KOKANE & SMOKEY LANE – (prod. DJ EASY)
9/ Les by du hood ft. JUICY P & MYSSA – (prod. ASTRONOTE / Talkbox MOFAK)
10/ Real G’z don’t die (AAyhasis RMX) ft. LIL EAZY-E, E3 & SMOKEY LANE – (prod. AAYHASIS)
11/ Moi et ma bitch – (prod. JAY P BANGZ)
12/ Hard on a hoe (Astronote & Chilea’s RMX) ft. BIG TRAY DEEE & SMOKEY LANE – (prod. ASTRONOTE & CHILEA’S)
13/ Gangsta party ft. COLONEL ZILA & DJAZ DJAMS – (prod. JUNIOR BEATS)
14/ Ganksta (Astronote RMX) ft. MAC LUCCI – (prod. ASTRONOTE)
15/ The way I iz ft. YOUNG GIANTZ & CHAG G – (prod. DAE ONE)
16/ Les spécialistes (Gizzle RMX) ft. SETH GUEKO – (prod. GIZZLE / scratches DJ MOON)
There’s really no need to introduce Sovan aka Sick–So-Vizz (a French producer) to many of you, though he might be also known for some of you as one half of VS Productions. Being a native of Saint Quentin commune in France, he decided to record a compilation with the French artists who came from the same area in France: Saint Quentin Chroniques. It turned out to be a dope 15-song compilation album solely produced by Sovan.
It’s been released in CD format, with the discs housed in cardboard sleeves, however they’re the real pressed CD’s. Peep the album teaser below and go to Sick-So-Vizz Bandcamp for your digital or hardcopy shipped anywhere in the world by the artist himself. Don’t take your time as it’s the limited pressing of 300 copies for the whole world.
After a good ending of the year 2017 (Scrooge – Ghetto Gospel), we got here a real dope start of the New Year with the CD release of “L.A.mentaires Tracks” by Lil’Gee, an independent rapper from Rouen city, located in Normandie/France. He started rapping in 1996 with his cousin Don Kroozz, and in 1998 there were joined by Mou2s. In 2000, he decided to leave the band and began his solo career. “L.A.mentaires Tracks” album is basically a compilation of songs made between 2001 and 2017 with some of the songs recorded live. Lil’Gee himself played many instruments on this album (keyboard, bass, etc.) except for the guitars, which were played by Xtophe «Artech Xtudio» and Pierre Loiseau.
Being inspired by G-Funk Classics with influences of Californian rock, it turns out to be an extremely dope & laidback g-funk album with a lot of live instruments played on it.
September 15th brought to us some real good news: after some delay the album “Southside” by G-Wax Le Parano G was finally released in CD format: 18 tracks produced by Tony Beatmaker, Funklord Production, G-Neg, Dorsey Sick Joker, Sam-G, J-Box & G-Wax himself. A few songs of the album were flavored by Talkbox by Wadz, Hic Box & Sly Box. All in all, if you like dope French Gangsta rap / G-Funk, then this album is for you. Check out three videos at the bottom of this post & just see for yourself if you really wanna sleep on this tight G-Funk stuff.
Joh Joh Music is a G-Funk poducer/beatmaker from Strasbourg, France and frankly speaking we didn’t really hear much about him until recently when he hit us with the news about his “Good Times Album” release on September 2nd, 2017. This album is the perfect combination of dope g-funk tracks with some tight guest appearances such as OG Daddy V, Big2DaBoy, Sylk-E Fyne, Rekta, Mofak, Quictamac, Big Prodeje, Loesta, Havikk, WestCoast Stone, Von Jackson, Pimp Counsel, Hic Box, Mr. Enois Scroggins & others.
Driver, a French rapper from Sarcelles city, has been in the rap game since quite a long time with a quite a few releases behind his back. This years he’s back with his new EP “Now I’m Hot” (if translated from French) that was released in CD format on his own “Allmade” record label, and it’s the perfect result of the collaborative effort of Driver and Crapulax (the French producer): all the tracks were written, produced and recorded within a week as they both hit the studio and “cooked” all the bangers together.
Apparently it’s one the hottest CD’s out of France this year so far and is very solid work by both the rapper & producer. We strongly recommend to peep it & order a hardcopy @ Addictive Music Online Shop. They are the official distributor of this CD, ship worldwide and their prices/shipping are pretty moderate.