#WhatUshouldBlistening2 : Indie Hip Hop Edition pt 1

Hey ya’ll I just completed my next mixing project. And If i do say so myself it’s better than my my first. I have complied a few of my favorite indie / underground hip hop artist that I think you should be listening to. They all incredible libraries of work and most importantly they are some of the few hip hop artists trying to keep the culture of hip hop alive. Most of these artists I have already mentioned on my site, while some not yet. This mixtape gives more of a concept of what hip hop moves me now. There most always be a balance, right now there is pop rap with Future and Drake, but then you have artists like P.so and XV balancing out the content.
I have listed the tracks below, do yourself a favor and look them up, each one of these artist have incredible mixtapes and albums available.

https://soundcloud.com/bigboynerd/whatushouldblistening2-indie-hip-hop-edition-pt-1

Add – 2 – Get Up Get Down
Chester Watson – Labyrinth (Prod. Tyler the Creator)
XV – Be There, Be Square
Panacea – Walk in the Park (Damu Remix)
Rob Cave – Venus on Display (Prod. Von Pea)
Pharoahe Monch – The Jungle
ScienZe – History (Play By Play)
Specifics – Craig’s House
Blu & Exile – She Said It’s OK
Rome Fortune – Leaders (Prod. Four Tet)
P.SO the Earth Tone King – Some Fun (Redux)
K-Os – B-Boy Stance
Oddisee – Own Appeal
Freddie Gibbs and Madlib – Supplier
Nujabes – Fly By Night (Featuring Five Deez)
Capital Steez (RIP) & Uno Hype – Hype/Beast
Five Deez -Latitude
Homeboy Sandman – Watchu Want From Me?
Fresh Daily – NightFree
Dom Kennedy – My Type of Party (Prod. By Dj Dahl)
Asher Roth – Pull it

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#WhatUshouldBlistening2 : Rome Fortune

Hailing in from Atlanta Georgia, Rome Fortune is a that new rapper taking the underground by storm. In a world where all of the music production sounds like Dj Mustard and all the hooks are Drake inspired, Fortune is refreshing, not because he’s new, but because you cannot define his sound. While his personality and swag is present within each track, Rome Fortune makes songs that completely sound different from one another. One song will be trap hop, the next will be boom bap, while next will be EDM. He has worked with indie electro house producers such as Four Tet and Chris McClenney but will go left field and make a song with indie rock singer / producer Toro y Moi. He makes you completely invested to hear what sound he will wield next to demonstrate his impressive rapping ability. Not only is he immensely talented, he has something to say. He believes in practicality as well as common sense. Like Oddisee, he is the working man’s rapper that aspires to be more. Give a listen, if you don’t believe me, you will regret it.