Wednesday, July 20, 2016

New music: two dope Detroit hip-hop tracks hot off the presses

Posted By on Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 9:59 AM

click to enlarge VALID OF BEYOND PHYSICS. PHOTO BY DAVID PAULEY.
  • Valid of Beyond Physics. Photo by David Pauley.

Need some brand new music to get your blood going on this hot, hot hump day? We've got you covered (or uncovered, perhaps):

Beyond Physics,  “Bills2Pay”
Valid and producer JMAC have reignited their joint collab Beyond Physics. The duo spit over a smooth boom-bap beat about the struggles of staying afloat while remaining committed to making hot music.


Nametag Alexander, “Down”
In “Down,” emcee Nametag Alexander uses an up-tempo jazzy beat to court and play cat and mouse with a young lady. The single is off of Nametag’s Metal Letter EP.




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