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Paul Bunyan

  1. North Carolina
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
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  1. Extra Credit
    by Mega Ran
    00:00/00:00
    Defenders (Thaahum feat. Mega Ran, Mr. Miranda and M.P.R.E.S.S) [prod by DJ Big Serg] Defenders (Thaahum feat. Mega Ran, Mr. Miranda and M.P.R.E.S.S) [prod by DJ Big Serg]
  2. Notorious R.A.N: Ready To Live
    by Mega Ran
    00:00/00:00
    Lyrically I'm... (prod by Fresh Kils) Lyrically I'm... (prod by Fresh Kils)
  3. Blue Eyed Devil
    by Krum
    00:00/00:00
    Loose On Earth Loose On Earth
  4. Tales Of The Elements FC
    by Last BeNeVoLeNcE
    00:00/00:00
    Just So Hard (To Find Help) Just So Hard (To Find Help)
  5. SkyBlew The Cowardly Boy
    by SkyBlew
    00:00/00:00
    The Serpent of Evil River (Prod. Scottie Royal) The Serpent of Evil River (Prod. Scottie Royal)
    Our hero SkyBlew returns with this declaration of freedom. Taking charge of his fears. He means business by confronting Satan, Serpent from the Garden of Eden who deceived Adam and Eve, and lets him have it a verbal barrage of confidence tempered with Godly spiritual wisdom. Way to go Sky! This one of your greatest albums to date..
  6. Ugly Heroes
    by Ugly Heroes
    00:00/00:00
    Long Drive Home Long Drive Home
  7. Blasphemy
    by Apollo Brown & Ras Kass
    00:00/00:00
    Deliver Us From Evil Deliver Us From Evil
  8. Trophies
    by Apollo Brown & OC
    00:00/00:00
    Prove Me Wrong Prove Me Wrong
  9. The Easy Truth
    by Apollo Brown & Skyzoo
    00:00/00:00
    The Vibes The Vibes
  10. Who Knows? Who Cares?
    by Heath McNease
    00:00/00:00
    Still July (featuring Jetty Rae from Pen Pals) Still July (featuring Jetty Rae from Pen Pals)
    Heath McNease speaks in volumes with this song featuring the lovely Jetty Rae. he talks about life, love, loss, hope and the promise of a better tomorrow. Showing off his buttery smooth singing vocals and rapping skills intact. The albums is dope from start to finish.
  11. SkyBlew x SublimeCloud - Destined: The Rebirth
    by SkyBlew
    00:00/00:00
    The Classy Voyagers! The Classy Voyagers!
    SkyBlew and his band SublimeCloud return to form, with this fitting jazzy sonata celebrating the rebirth of intelligent Hip Hop. There's nothing like Hip Hop performed with live instrumentation a la The Roots. Plenty of insight on this track.
  12. The Royal Blew Reverie
    by SkyBlew & Scottie Royal
    00:00/00:00
    Where in The World is SkyBlew? Where in The World is SkyBlew?
    SkyBlew transforms the soundscape with a mighty fine EP with producer extrordinaire Scottie Royal. The result is a banging track highlighting Sky's whereabouts on the places he's been.
  13. Mat Mania: The Album
    by Mega Ran
    00:00/00:00
    Here Comes The Pain *Brock Lesnar* Here Comes The Pain *Brock Lesnar*
  14. Good Morning Mourning
    by Scribbling Idiots
    00:00/00:00
    Good Morning Mourning Good Morning Mourning
    Scribbling Idiots return with a banger. Comtemplating the loss of their brother, Ruffian due to an accident 2 years ago. They speak on God's grace, keeping a level head on the brevity of life. S.I. holds nothing back with Elias soulfully singing the chorus. Welcoming grief with open arms but not giving into despair.
  15. Race For Your Life, SkyBlew
    by SkyBlew
    00:00/00:00
    Picture That (prod. Scottie Royal) Picture That (prod. Scottie Royal)
    While we're awaiting another banger from SkyBlew. One the freshest emcees to spit about life and really speak to generations. His fanbase reaches beyond conscious artists, geek enthusiasts, and long time Hip Hop lovers. His style and charisma shine with each bar. And the production values keep elevating with every release. He's no rookie when it comes to speaking from the heart.
  16. RNDM
    by Mega Ran
    00:00/00:00
    The Meeting (beat by K-Murdock) The Meeting (beat by K-Murdock)
    The Meeting- Mega Ran's blood, sweat and tears pours over every syllable on this track. He addresses the lack of transparency in HIp Hop, while remaining authentic. From his extensive world touring experiences. He shares on the joys and letdowns. And vows to keep it moving in a positive direction. The bass is in this song, and the vocals are a good seller for this song. You should definitely add this to your collection.
  17. LAZARUS
    by C.O.E (Christ Over Everything)
    00:00/00:00
    Agendas feat. Bumps INF Agendas feat. Bumps INF
    Drew (Christ Over Everything) Anderson has an incredible testimony. The bars, beats speak life, and are equipped to reach anyone who feels lost out there in this dark world. Clocking in at 35 minutes, it's a little on the short side, Lazarus is Holy Spirit filled and powerful. Linking up with some the best likeminded Christian Hip Hop emcees showcase his flow, delivery and cadence. There are no cookie cutter radio rhymes here, Unapologetic and powerfully organized.
  18. CIRCA 1993
    by Sean C. Johnson
    00:00/00:00
    Mountains Mountains
  19. VGM Acapella: Volume 6
    by Smooth McGroove
    00:00/00:00
    Star Fox - Corneria Star Fox - Corneria
  20. VGM Acapella: Volume 5
    by Smooth McGroove
    00:00/00:00
    Contra - Jungle Theme Contra - Jungle Theme
    Smooth McGroove keeps the video game nostalgia train rolling on. This time he hums, adds his melodic layering human percussion, and man-made chiptune orchestra to the classic Contra theme song. His voice takes you on that journey to secure the peace and defeat the menace of Red Falcon, without donning red and blue pants of course. Very enjoyable.
  21. Hajime
    by JustMe
    00:00/00:00
    Bled October Bled October
    This whole album is banging. But, this track hits you hard. The way of the Ronin echo triumphantly with this record. Scribbling Idiots did it again. JustMe spits sharper than a samurai sword with this joint.
  22. EX-CELL
    by Various Artists
    00:00/00:00
    Bass In Your Face Bass In Your Face
    Attack The Music hits you in the face with some of the best sounding dubstep, EDM/MiDI arrangements. These tracks are sure to keep the party going! Drown out those sub-woofers and pump it up!
  23. SUGOIALBUM
    by Solaris (Virgin Noize)
    00:00/00:00
    Fallout - Resolve Pt.1 Fallout - Resolve Pt.1
  24. Volume I
    by Dj CUTMAN
    00:00/00:00
    Stay Conscious (Requiem) [Final Fantasy III] Stay Conscious (Requiem) [Final Fantasy III]
  25. The Change Up
    by The Battery
    00:00/00:00
    Copy Us (feat. Tunnel Rats) Copy Us (feat. Tunnel Rats)
    A 6 minute cipher with legendary emcees. The Tunnel Rats, ferocious spitting, and the number one reason why I copped this album. Put this song on repeat. It's been too long since we last heard a track featuring the Tunnel Rats members past and present. Dope hook, and each emcees brings their A-game.
  26. Radical Thinking 2819
    by CONQUEST
    00:00/00:00
    Genius Level Talent Genius Level Talent
    CONQUEST still reps the Most High God with the eloquence and skills a veteran emcee. Throughout the ups and downs of his life, he still has that fire. This album is testament of God's grace, and proof of where he's been from.
  27. The Art of Battle Rap
    by Phanatik
    00:00/00:00
    Fight Night Fight Night
    The Phanatik has been a main staple of my Christian walk, ever since I heard "Who's the Man?" from Heaven's Mentality from The Cross Movement, his wordplay and love for the cross is original. Fight Night from this album is dope, even if you aren't a Boxing fan. The spiritual war against the flesh is laid bare with dope bars. Cop this album and support a pioneer, and get ready for some of the realest rhymes. Yo, Philadelphia What's good?!
  28. Gateways
    by Kadesh Flow
    00:00/00:00
    Hungry Hungry
    Kaldesh Flow utilizes his talents like none other on this record. From spitting about the hassles of being a indie rapper. With his intellectual, soulful, jazz influenced cadence on every track. Kadesh spits about his life and the ups and downs that he's experienced. His voice sounds crisp and polished and you'll want to keep your fingers on the good old rewind button. Hungry is a beast of track, and you'll definitely subscribe to his mantra, of working hard and pursuing your dreams.
  29. SkyBlew's UNModern Life
    by SkyBlew
    00:00/00:00
    The Ballad of Pigeon Man feat. D&D Sluggers (prod. SublimeCloud) The Ballad of Pigeon Man feat. D&D Sluggers (prod. SublimeCloud)
    SkyBlew is doing it big! I loved the music from this album especially on this track. Bringing fellow my dude, D&D Sluggers who strums on the guitar and voice giving the perspective of those striving to make ends meet. Much like the misunderstood character "Pigeon Man" from the same titled episode from Nickelodeon's "Hey Arnold" A soulful melody, and introspective flow. Shoutout to Mega Ran and SublimeCloud doing an amazing job, with Sky's debut.
  30. History Repeating: Red
    by The Megas
    00:00/00:00
    Harder Than Steel Harder Than Steel
    I love how the Megas storytelling and lyricism equally match their sick guitar and keyboard prowess. Paying homage to one of the greatest platforming games for the N.E.S Your collection is incomplete if you don't buy this record. Mega Man 3's epic soundtrack shines with The Megas rocking chords, timeless MegaMan stage music, and deep lyrics.
  31. The Call: 8-Bit Anniversary Edition
    by Mega Ran and Klopfenpop
    00:00/00:00
    Blackout (8-Bit Mix) Blackout (8-Bit Mix)
    Mega Ran and Klopfenpop open up the vintage doors on this album. Revisiting his claim to fame, with spiritually conscious lyrics, yet coupled with the 8-Bit infused pairing. You ears just want to keep on hearing Mega Ran's impeccable delivery, and arduous flow as he shares on his life growing up in the city of Philadelphia, PA. His "mega dreams of escaping the block" with fellow emcees on the track just doing their thing. The Call: 8-Bit Anniversary is classic hip hop.
  32. VGM Acapella: Volume 3
    by Smooth McGroove
    00:00/00:00
    Donkey Kong Country - Aquatic Ambience Acapella Donkey Kong Country - Aquatic Ambience Acapella
  33. VGM Acapella: Volume 4
    by Smooth McGroove
    00:00/00:00
    Mega Man X - Storm Eagle Acapella Mega Man X - Storm Eagle Acapella
  34. The Weight of Glory: Second Edition (A Hip Hop Remix Based on the Works of C.S. Lewis)
    by Heath McNease
    00:00/00:00
    A Grief Observed A Grief Observed
  35. Love++
    by Dale Chase
    00:00/00:00
    Security Kate Security Kate
  36. The Returners EP
    by Mega Ran x Phill Harmonix
    00:00/00:00
    Wanna Be Wanna Be
    Dude, it's Mega Ran and Phil Harmonix ripping up the scene for the true hip-hop heads. Lyrics are precise and the beats are well done. If Mega Ran gets enough downloads he'll release a full-length. Phill's emceeing is top notch and deserves top billing. Welcome them back to Japan, family.
  37. Invitation Only
    by Scribbling Idiots
    00:00/00:00
    Watch Out (feat. Ruslan, Shames Worthy, Playdough, Re:Flex the Architect & DJ Aslan) Watch Out (feat. Ruslan, Shames Worthy, Playdough, Re:Flex the Architect & DJ Aslan)
    One of Hip hop's greatest rap group collectives, and fellowship of dope emcees from various backgrounds and catalogs, give their all in this long awaited release since the Have Nots on Illect Recordings. Concise lyricism, storytelling, and features that carry weight, no interludes just sick rhymes that challenge your life, and keep on raising the bar. The production is top notch from a range of producers and DJ Aslan and EF Cuttin on the one's and two's mix it up nicely. RIP Ruffian
  38. American Snake Oil Salesmen Visit The Great White North
    by Heath McNease
    00:00/00:00
    Customs (What Do You Declare?) Customs (What Do You Declare?)
  39. Blur Bomber
    by Mega Ran and Mister Wilson
    00:00/00:00
    Best Friends (Mega Ran Solo Mission) Best Friends (Mega Ran Solo Mission)
    Mega Ran and Mister Wilson created a banger from start to finish with this record. The whole concept of the project is dope. My favorite track is "Best Friends" because as listener who's been supporting Mega Ran for years now it really hits home and gives me pleasure to see how grateful and humble he is. Next, I'd say that "Skull Egg Zone" is one of my joints, "20XX delivers that classic MegaMan X sample and the rhymes are hot. I'm gonna' run out of space. Just cop the album!
  40. Ghouls 'N Ghosts 2
    by Richie Branson and Mega Ran
    00:00/00:00
    XXVIII XXVIII
    My favorite songs on this LP include "Zombies Ate My Neighbors" The self reflecting "XXVII" where Richie Branson pulls no punches going straight for the jugular rhymes "not to be played with" variety "Monster Squad " featuring fellow nerdcore rappers/hip-hop fiends, KadeshFlow and Mister Wilson for that ill crew joint I like how each artist personified a fabled monster. "Villain is allegorical and thought stimulating as each artist clues the listener in as to how devilish they can be.
  41. BLUESHIFT
    by PROTODOME
    00:00/00:00
    New York Cheesecake. New York Cheesecake.
    Call it pop, call it sweet, I call it enjoyable. And it's done with the use of chiptunes!
  42. Underbelly Beats & Remixes
    by Dj CUTMAN
    00:00/00:00
    Mario 2 in 48 Hours Mario 2 in 48 Hours
  43. Volume II
    by Dj CUTMAN
    00:00/00:00
    streetsofdesolation streetsofdesolation
    DJ CUTMAN mixes these classic gaming themes, leaving an indelible love for awesome music. His production is bar none. Shout out to his very own label Game Chops!
  44. MoeNES vol.1: the idol composer's groove
    by chibi-tech
    00:00/00:00
    Love is Insecurable Love is Insecurable
    Chibi-tech is back and she's really stepped up her A-game. Smooth and crisp chiptunes, and her skills really shine through on the beat change ups. Had to pick this track because it captures the Moe NES motif that this album is all about. The studio version is just as power packed like the live version from her last offering. She must be using candy coated chainsaws dipped in awesome sauce. Because this track is just Wow.
  45. Forever Famicom DLC 3
    by Mega Ran & K-Murdock (Bits & Rhymes)
    00:00/00:00
    One Bad Day *Batman* One Bad Day *Batman*
    "One Bad Day" takes one the most symphonic NES themes from back in the day Batman by Sunsoft. When you lyrically recreate epic scenes from "The Killing Joke" graphic novel. You get a Mega Ran & K-Murdock masterpiece. Time to set 2014 right with the excellent follow up to the Forever Famicom series, and Random and K-Murdock deliver full throttle. I was hoping there'd be more tracks. Alls well that ends well, and you won't be disappointed. Thanks Mega Ran and K-Murdock!