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Dario H.

  1. Topeka, Kansas
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 18
  2. following 17
  1. Block Work, vol. 1
    by EOM
    Rock Bells Intro (H He) Rock Bells Intro (H He)
  2. Lakeshore Drive
    by Spoken Thought
    Vibing Vibing
  3. Christ Crunken Commentary
    by Brail
    Tup Tim Thai Tup Tim Thai
  4. Central Standard Time
    by Stik Figa
    Holding Back Tears [prod. Apollo Brown] Holding Back Tears [prod. Apollo Brown]
  5. Lucky You
    by Funny Bunny
    Where I'm Goin' Where I'm Goin'
  6. Louder Than Words
    by Alyssa Marie
    Whoop Ass Season Whoop Ass Season
  7. Calm B4 The Storm
    by Sav-Dawsyn
    Keep Prayiin Keep Prayiin
    appears in 1 other collection
  8. PinkPoloEP
    by Masego & Medasin
    Love Be Like (Medasin Edit) Love Be Like (Medasin Edit)
    by Yoko Milan
    Need Need
  10. JOBB
    by Stik Figa x D/WILL
    Negreux Riche Negreux Riche
  11. At Home EP
    by Riplon & Instrumentool
    Intro: I Can't Breathe/12 Intro: I Can't Breathe/12
  12. Sunrain
    by Elements of Music aka EOM
    Rock Ring Park (feat. Watsky & Herbal T) Rock Ring Park (feat. Watsky & Herbal T)
  13. Best Supporting Actor
    by Jordan Esker & The Hundred Percent
    Stay in Line Stay in Line
    appears in 1 other collection
  14. Where Does It Come From, Where Does It Go Forever?
    by Introvert
    Heavy Sighs Spoken Softly Heavy Sighs Spoken Softly
  15. Stik Figa Is Not Quite Himself
    by Stik Figa
    Front Porch Front Porch
  16. Best Move (music by Canis Major)
    by Street Light
  17. Love Everyday EP
    by Dumbfoundead
    Not Right Now ft. Wax Not Right Now ft. Wax
    This song is smooth track that has a message I relate to sooooo well! Being a musician myself, I know how others can't appreciate music being the first priority. The flows in this song are so tight too. You can't go wrong with Dumbfoundead and Wax. Plus EOM's production is on point as always. A for sure buy!
  18. Good?
    by Phony Ppl
    Every real artist has those moments when you doubt the quality of your work and that's what this is all about and it's captured so well in this song. Plus the beat is so jazzy and is easy to rock to. You can't help but move and sing along to this joint. The whole project is great matter of fact. I just was able to get the other tracks elsewhere. Cop this now if you don't have it! These are excellent young musicians coming up with great songs from subject matter to song structure.
    appears in 1 other collection