SoE's TOP HIP HOP SINGLES


Joell Ortiz Joell Ortiz - “I Can Be President ft. Joell Ortiz”

“"They wouldn't give us 40 acres so We conquered 50 states." Great usage of Obama samples. Great Hook. Great Verses from both Novel and Joell. This song supports the inspiration of the time and still resonates well over a year again. The production was never too much and the verses and the samples were evened out nicely. Joell and Novel are quite the dynamic two man team.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Novel Novel - “Wonderful”

“I'm a sucker for soul...Novel sings from his soul and Chrisette is the perfect compliment to his voice. This song is so serene so lovable and yes wonderful.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Chrisette Michele Chrisette Michele - “Wonderful”

“I'm a sucker for soul...Novel sings from his soul and Chrisette is the perfect compliment to his voice. This song is so serene so lovable and yes wonderful.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Common Common - “The People ft. Dwele”

“Ahh Common doing the uncommon. The production by Kanye gives Common a platform to soar. The beat is crazy and never gets boring. Lyrically Common stays consistent displaying his strength in the music game. Two years later I feel he's still a force to be reckoned with. One of my favorite things about Common is that he is such a great story teller. Conscious rap owes a lot to Common and The People is a perfect display of that.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Rhymefest Rhymefest - “How High”

“On my fifth rotation and with each spin I discover a new quality that makes this a solid record. The beat is ridiculous but never over powers the artists. That electronic guitar makes the beat. Little Brother is a nice compliment to the track but Rhymefest proves his headliner ownership. It feels refreshing when artists put out music that reminds the public (or just me) what good Hip-Hop music is and not what Radio is deeming what music I as a listener should favor. Rhymefest I look forward to hearing more...”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Little Brother
Little Brother - “How High”

“On my fifth rotation and with each spin I discover a new quality that makes this a solid record. The beat is ridiculous but never over powers the artists. That electronic guitar makes the beat. Little Brother is a nice compliment to the track but Rhymefest proves his headliner ownership. It feels refreshing when artists put out music that reminds the public (or just me) what good Hip-Hop music is and not what Radio is deeming what music I as a listener should favor. Rhymefest I look forward to hearing more...”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
B.o.B B.o.B - “Bet I Bust”

“Just saw the video to this song...B.o.B. proves that his feet are planted well into Hip-Hop and T.I.'s feature secures the songs banger quality. With the CD on rotation Bet I Bust is one of my most liked on his album. The energy to this song is sick. Nice to hear T.I. come back into the game just the same way he left it. Bang it for me one more again”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Playboy Tre Playboy Tre - “Bet I Bust”

“Just saw the video to this song...B.o.B. proves that his feet are planted well into Hip-Hop and T.I.'s feature secures the songs banger quality. With the CD on rotation Bet I Bust is one of my most liked on his album. The energy to this song is sick. Nice to hear T.I. come back into the game just the same way he left it. Bang it for me one more again”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
T.I. T.I. - “Bet I Bust”

“Just saw the video to this song...B.o.B. proves that his feet are planted well into Hip-Hop and T.I.'s feature secures the songs banger quality. With the CD on rotation Bet I Bust is one of my most liked on his album. The energy to this song is sick. Nice to hear T.I. come back into the game just the same way he left it. Bang it for me one more again”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Sparks When My Pen Starts Promo Photo Hollywood FLOSS - “Sparks When My Pen Starts”

“FLOSS def got his point across...it was a nice listen. Loved the variations in his delivery and his voice went nice with the beat.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 02, 2010
Not Afraid Promo Photo Eminem - “Not Afraid”

“I was waiting for this angry passive aggressive Eminem...but he never came. Instead a lighter side with the same passion came through my speakers and I'm a sucker for it. After hearing his lonely aggressive verse on B.o.B.'s Airplane's (which a few booth members criticized that his hard delivery seemed out of place), I am a little surprised to hear this lonely introvert ask people to join him in his Recovery. I love me a pissed off Eminem but this slightly elevated Em is a welcome play on my itunes. The song is laced with bars that just hit ya over and over again. The beat is a head bobber and the hook is on point. He completely takes ownership for his short comings and shouts out his fans in a bigger way than on a CD Booklet. This is a good look for Em not sure about the singing Em but he doesn't exceed that nauseated limit. He gives me his all and as a fan that's all I can ask for.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Everytime Promo Photo Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - “Everytime”

“Unexpected but refreshing. There are so many things I love about the summer and summer music is one of them. Flawless easy going music. Seems like there's going to be a lot of competition in May for music sales.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 29, 2010
Nas & Damian Marley Nas & Damian Marley - “Africa Must Wake Up”

“@Matthew Kyle: Great Introduction. If any two people could do something amazing like this Nas and Marley are the perfect duet. Wyclef wouldn't have the same chemistry as Nas. This is a high anticipated purchase of mine since I first got wind they would being making an album together. The production sets up the song perfectly. Calming it is Matthew, I could just listen to the instrumental alone. Damien's voice floats effortlessly along side the beat and Nas adds a Hip Hop edge to set this song into a classic. Lengthy track but it played on without much notice. The African singing, genius! Kudos to K'naan for producing such a great track and who's feature is equally as impressive I'll say it again, there could be no better duet to put out music like this. Two life paths crossing, each fulfilling their own purpose coming together to produce something epic.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 28, 2010
Nas Nas - “Africa Must Wake Up”

“@Matthew Kyle: Great Introduction. If any two people could do something amazing like this Nas and Marley are the perfect duet. Wyclef wouldn't have the same chemistry as Nas. This is a high anticipated purchase of mine since I first got wind they would being making an album together. The production sets up the song perfectly. Calming it is Matthew, I could just listen to the instrumental alone. Damien's voice floats effortlessly along side the beat and Nas adds a Hip Hop edge to set this song into a classic. Lengthy track but it played on without much notice. The African singing, genius! Kudos to K'naan for producing such a great track and who's feature is equally as impressive I'll say it again, there could be no better duet to put out music like this. Two life paths crossing, each fulfilling their own purpose coming together to produce something epic.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 28, 2010
Damian Marley Damian Marley - “Africa Must Wake Up”

“@Matthew Kyle: Great Introduction. If any two people could do something amazing like this Nas and Marley are the perfect duet. Wyclef wouldn't have the same chemistry as Nas. This is a high anticipated purchase of mine since I first got wind they would being making an album together. The production sets up the song perfectly. Calming it is Matthew, I could just listen to the instrumental alone. Damien's voice floats effortlessly along side the beat and Nas adds a Hip Hop edge to set this song into a classic. Lengthy track but it played on without much notice. The African singing, genius! Kudos to K'naan for producing such a great track and who's feature is equally as impressive I'll say it again, there could be no better duet to put out music like this. Two life paths crossing, each fulfilling their own purpose coming together to produce something epic.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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