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.
Rekta, a French rapper from Rennes city, has been on top of the game since quite a while, and now he’s back with his new album called “Hustle Life“. It looks like a solid g-funk / gangsta rap album packed with dope guests both from USA and France: Kokane, Big Tray Deee, RBX, Westcoast Stone, Bad Azz, Lil’ Eazy-E, Baby Eazy-E, Smokey Lane, Mofak, Reena, Nancy Fletcher and others.
It’s worth pointing out that Rekta never disappointed on his previous albums La Niche (released as duo with his homie Twareg) and Marche Ou Creve and now he proves again that he’s one of the most active gangsta rappers nowadays keeping it real with the game, droppin’ dem bombs on a constant basis.
All in all, we highly recommend you to check out and cop this album which gets released in CD format as well as digitally thru ADDICTIVE MUSIC
After 5 years break, Moni of DBH is back at it with his brand new solo album “Original Scarla” (Original Thug). It’s a real tight album out of France with dope features by Aelpeacha, Papillon, Reena, E.S.G. (on an interlude), Arom of DBH, Mac Sucrey, Sauza, Pyro, Le Foulala aka Le Fou La Merde, Tombocarnage, Espe (talkbox) and others. This album was mostly produced by Moni himself as well as by Espe, G-Dogg, Oduza, Sovan, Shortone & Tony Beatmaker, and features guitar played on many tracks. It was released in CD format just recently and available from Moni himself and his Bandcamp.
We highly recommend to cop this album if you’re into G-Funk, you can’t go wrong with this one!