It’s Monday and it looks like we’ve returned to some type of normalcy. Governor Baker has lifted the stay-at-home advisory and curfews, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are in office and outside looks like fall. Seems like a good day to live in Massachuetts.
This week, we have new music from Spook Sleeezy, Q Philly, BORIROCK, K!L. Did I miss someone? Send your submissions to: email@example.com to get featured!
Q Philly – “Mindstate of a Columbian”
Giving us bars over an instrumental that sounds like he’s running an infamous cartel, Q Philly reminds us that he’s built for this lifestyle and has never been the one to take a loss. “If you rat you can’t f***kin’ speak,/ especially these n***as rappin’ on these f**kin’ beats/ pardon me, no zig-zag in my f**kin’ g/ you can hit this drig drag, you don’t wan’ no puff wit me,” he spits.
Watch Q Philly in the VRTUPRESENTS-directed clip below.
Spook Sleeezy – “I Heard” ft. S550
Spook Sleeezy‘s name may be new to some, but I’ve been following him for the last two years after his freestyle over Meek Mill’s “We Ball” and “Issues.” Though his project Welcome To The Jungle never saw the light of day, the rapper made up for it releasing, How to Get Away with Murder in 2019.
After staying quiet most of 2020, Spook returns with a visual to his latest single, “I Heard.” Directed by FNS Films, Spook taps on the services of S550 to address everyone spreading rumors and talkin’ shit.
BoriRock – It’s Me
Giving us the official videos to “MOSHPIT” featuring Swipey, “BRUV” and “Exciting,” BoriRock returns with the release of his debut project, It’s Me. Over the 10-track effort, the Teflon Hoot masters the art of storytelling with the opening track, “For A Few Dollaz” along with the title track, “It’s Me.” Serving as my favorite record off the album, the Dorchester native not only sounds genuine but seems like he just wants his audience to learn from his experiences.
“Get locked up, feelin’ is depressin’,/’cause my older brother always cleanin’ up my messes/promisin’ my mother ain’t no need for her to stress and/ caught with the rubber grip, lawyer gon’ finesse it/Teflon who? Just got through/You still keep a rubber grip? Yes, I do./ Yes, I’ll shoot. & if I can’t get you, nigga, bet gang do.”
BoriRock’s It’s Me project features contributions from Reem Skully (“Hoot Skully”) and Dun Dealy (“24”).
Teflon f**kin’ Hoot, bitch.
K!L – Havard Square
K!L never disappoints when he drops a record. Dropping his SEPARATION EP earlier this month, the FEARLE$$ Music Group artist returns with a visual to a record titled, “Harvard Square. A well-known tourist attraction out in Cambridge, K!L recalls living in the area, getting his money up, imitators, bitches on his body, and being uninterested in making new friends.
“In the city, call me Diddy how I’m makin’ bands.”