P.Blackk is the shit.. I know that is a trite thing to say. But every time this dude does something, I am like…this little motherfucker gets it.
At the BTW show he came out to a Malcolm X speech, and informed the crowd that he wasn’t gonna intergrate.
I don’t take that as a diss to anyone.
I just looked at it as a proclamation that his goal isn’t to be, just the cool looking guy, making the hip rap of the moment. He is rooted.
Anyway, if you watch this clip, which is has Blackk rapping over the Busta Rhyme’s classic,”Who-Haa”, it is evident that P.Blackk is open to alot of things, can rap and possesses a good sense of style and humor.
MP3:L.e.Fortheuncool-Lifestyle Excessiveness Feat Naledge
L.e. for the Uncool teams up with Naledage from Kidz in the Hall.
Beat by Rashad. Thats right Columbus cats with a Duck Down artist on a track.
Song itself is dope. Basically about being true to yourself…. L.e. makes a good point about not calling yourself the next Dilla or Pac and just doing you.
J. Rawls leaked this last night. It’s the first jam off of L.e.’s upcoming mixtape “The Measure”, which is set to drop August 31st.
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P.Blackk drops a new video for his song Concorde Rollin.
It’s produced by AU. The video was shot here in Columbus.
Get more music from P.Blackk here.
L.e. for the Uncool brings it on this video and reps Columbus properly. Footie of Ender, Rilla and others from the WTC. The video has effects that remind me of Pharcyde’s “Drop” with L.E. riding his BMX backwards at times. The song itself is a banger. L.E. raps with urgency over a bassline that will get stuck in your brain immediatley. Shots to Milk N Syrup’s Ralph Rude on the cameo.