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CY Harp has always successfully brought discussion to music. From talking about interracial relationships to education and spirituality, Cy always delivers a powerful message over great music.
In this 4th installment of the Summer’s Son series, Core goes in over Wiz Khalifa’s Cabin Fever instrumental. He reflects back on this past weekend with the Blue Collar Gang and running into 2 Chainz. As always, this series is presented by @ThaDoubleO and @Bluecollargang. Be sure to follow on twitter @Core330.
As promised, Blue Collar Gang member Core has released freestyle #2 of the Summer’s Son series. This week, he floats over Timberland’s Break Ya Back instrumental with a continuous melodic flow. Things are starting to heat up in the BCG camp and Core is positioned to continue releasing fire over the course of this summer as he works on his next project.
Massillon’s own, Core drops his new single with my girl, Michaela (produced by CI Productions).
Check it out.
Tags: Blue Collar Gang, Core
Core releases a freestyle over Eminem’s Mockingbird instrumental as he prepares for the debut of Moment of Clarity.
The newest member of Stalley’s Blue Collar Gang, Core [@Core330] releases his new track, “One And Only” featuring Grafh [formerly of Rocafella Records]. His debut mixtape, Moment Of Clarity will be released on 3-30 [3/30...330, Massillon's area code. I can dig it].
OH’s own, Stalley is performing live in NY next week in an event sponsored by Karmaloop and KarmaloopTV.
Tickets are $12 ADV and $15 DOS which can be found here.
I’ll be at the show and I hope to see anyone else from OH there to support.
I am extremely excited to be reviewing Paperboy’s single “Roun Nis”. It’s my first taste of some holy hip hop. In the song, Paperboy is showing people that just because he raps about the love of God doesn’t mean that he can’t spit. I was pleasantly surprised by this track. Paperboy is from Massillon. (Shoutout Cy Harp!) He was originally in a group but God called him to serve another purpose so he went solo. In “Roun Nis” Paperboy really did show me that he is talented as a lyricist even without the gangsta image that is required of the average rap artist. Click the Play button below to listen to “Roun Nis”.
I give it 3 out of 5.
What do you think? Hit or diss?