Here we go with another of this week’s top five tracks, and remember they are not always going to be new songs. Let us know which of the five is your favorite on Twitter – @WhatUrGoinToSee
Saul Williams – Horn Of The Clock-Bike
Rapper, poet and actor are just 3 of the many titles that can be applied to Saul Williams. This single from his recently released Martyr.Loser.King is the perfect introduction to his abstract, unique style.
Verb T & Illinformed – Foggy Eyes
The sinister production provided by Illinformed on this track provides the perfect soundscape for Verb T’s descriptive rhyming. Catch Verb T at the Grand Social in Dublin March 4th, admission €5.
Anderson .Paak – Silicon Valley/Carry Me
This live perfomance on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert showcases just how talented .Paak is. He steps behind the drum kit around the halfway mark, while still smoothly delivering the vocals and never misses a beat, no pun intended!
Elijah Banksy – TC Boys
Taken from the 7 track EP, #Bank$y4thekiddas, this track encapsulates this emcee’s sound. His talent for rhyming appears well beyond his years and I’m interested in what the future might hold for the young artist.
Group Home – Livin’ Proof
It’s not all new tracks for my top five of the week and I’ve been revisiting this Group Home classic quite a bit.