KennedyKay's TOP HIP HOP SINGLES


Nikki Lynette Nikki Lynette - “The Strong Survive [Premiere]”

“We complain all the time about how shitty music prevails and real music gets pushed aside. This is real music. I love her singing voice. Sorry it's not drenched in AutoTune like Miss Minaj's current radio smash. Let's face it Nikki Lynette, she doesn't have an r&b voice and that's why she doesn't do r&b. But she can actually SING. With her voice. And not a computer program. When I first heard of Nikki Lynette I wasn't feeling the 1st song of hers I ever listened to, but since the mixtape dropped I'm pretty much a die hard fan. I love that DJ Booth seems to find some of the best artists and expose them to people who may have never heard of them.”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on Aug 04, 2010
So Sick Promo Photo Prote-J - “So Sick”

“I prefer this to the original any day. Its always feels good when you can say that about a freestyle.”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on May 19, 2010
Janelle Monáe Janelle Monáe - “Locked Inside”

“epic win.”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on May 19, 2010
Nikki Lynette Nikki Lynette - “Glory Box [Premiere]”

“As a lover of Portishead and every song they ever recorded prior to the last album which was an ungodly abomination of catastrophic proportions, this song is awesome to me. I really like her music, I have been impressed by every song so far. Not so much feeling mickey Factz, who I have heard say wayyyyy doper stuff on wayyyyy wacker tracks. Like...since when was he "acting like a pimp?" Sorry, I guess the bifocals and colorful sneakers had me deceived. LoL. But aside from that, I can't blame her for the feature artist's verse, so I am giving this song a classic rating. But that's mainly because when I get this song I will be playing it everyday til I get sick of it. (I really, really love Portishead. LOL!)”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on May 12, 2010
Mickey Factz Mickey Factz - “Glory Box [Premiere]”

“As a lover of Portishead and every song they ever recorded prior to the last album which was an ungodly abomination of catastrophic proportions, this song is awesome to me. I really like her music, I have been impressed by every song so far. Not so much feeling mickey Factz, who I have heard say wayyyyy doper stuff on wayyyyy wacker tracks. Like...since when was he "acting like a pimp?" Sorry, I guess the bifocals and colorful sneakers had me deceived. LoL. But aside from that, I can't blame her for the feature artist's verse, so I am giving this song a classic rating. But that's mainly because when I get this song I will be playing it everyday til I get sick of it. (I really, really love Portishead. LOL!)”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on May 12, 2010
Beneath My City [Premiere] Promo Photo Nikki Lynette - “Beneath My City [Premiere]”

“wow. just wow. i'm feeling this a lot. it's really relatable.”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on May 06, 2010
Find Your Love Promo Photo Drake - “Find Your Love”

“A lot of people take shots at Kanye for doing the 808 & Heart breaks thing, but if you think about it, he helps push the boundaries of what us acceptable in hip hop music. I'm not really a fan of Drake, but I like this record.”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Nikki Lynette Nikki Lynette - “Nothing to Worry About [Premiere]”

“I love when I hear tracks from girls and the chick's flow doesn't either sound super bubble gummy or super old school, 1990's. Not hating on the old school style of rap or nothing. I just like it that she is the first female rapper from Chicago who sounds like she fits in with Kanye and Lupe and Common. I couldn't understand the words to the hook until I Googled Peter Bjorn and Jon and realized their version sounds almost equally as muffled. I like it. Where can I download?”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 28, 2010
GLC GLC - “Nothing to Worry About [Premiere]”

“I love when I hear tracks from girls and the chick's flow doesn't either sound super bubble gummy or super old school, 1990's. Not hating on the old school style of rap or nothing. I just like it that she is the first female rapper from Chicago who sounds like she fits in with Kanye and Lupe and Common. I couldn't understand the words to the hook until I Googled Peter Bjorn and Jon and realized their version sounds almost equally as muffled. I like it. Where can I download?”

KennedyKay's Rating:                     Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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