We highly recommend you check out Big K.R.I.T.’s Live From The Underground, on which the southern emcee offers up personal and motivating rhymes. It makes us happy to see talented artists succeed in the hip hop world and K.R.I.T. deserves all the accolades he’s likely to get from this release. Get it via iTunes.
Also releasing this Tuesday was Oh No’s Ohnomite. The album features an array of guest appearances on the mic while Oh No handles the production, on which he samples Rudy Ray Moore’s Dolemite sound track. The album features Phife Dawg and Oakland’s Prozac Turner! Get the album via iTunes.
Today is the digital release of Oddisee’s People Hear What They See, which is our favorite release amongst the array of incredible hip-hop releases this week. Oddisee handles the production and raps in this release. Get the album via iTunes or Bandcamp (where you can also stream).
This is the first time we’ve featured music here at IMSS. We have some plans to expand the site, which you’ll hear more about soon. Anyway, let’s get to it. Mello Music Group‘s producer and emcee extraordinaire Oddisee released his Odd Renditions EP, which features four tracks that he remixed and recorded vocals over.
2. The Gold Is Mine
3. Ain’t That Peculiar
4. Man I Used To Be
Highly recommend you check the EP out. It’s available for free download via Bandcamp. Also, be sure to check out a video released for one of the tracks included on the EP, Ain’t That Peculiar, which remixes Marvin’s Gaye’s track of the same name.