Inglewood’s own Skeme decided to help us get the week started with a surprise 4-track EP called 1st Notice. The Inglewood-based spitter’s new joint includes production by the likes of Pi’erre Bourne, Bink!, Don Cannon and Reazy Renegade. “Existence” is a great track to start with. Stream 1st Notice below. (2DopeBoyz)
Skeme has a very solid track record when it comes to remixing popular singles, and he steps up to the plate with authority once more for a remix of Lil Uzi Vert’s unmistakeable “You Was Right.” Skeme doesn’t deviate from the cadence that Uzi used for the original, but he switches the lyrics up to . . .
Inglewood rapper/songwriter, Skeme, drops his new mixtape, Paranoia. It’s a 12-track effort including a feature from Lil Uzi Vert and production contributions from Sean Momberger, Don Cannon, Maaly Raw, and more. Stream below.
Prepare yourselves for a lot more DJ Drama-related news in the near future, as the veteran gears up for the release of Quality Music 2. Today, he laces us with a video for the intimate, sensual “Wishing,” which features Chris Brown, Skeme, and Lyquin. The video features the four of them being interrogated by some . . .
Let’s be clear. I know Skeme first and foremost as the rough, rugged, rapidfire spitter from Inglewood who can take any beat and make it his. However, that’s not his focus on Before 4eva, his latest mixtape. The project feels more like an album due to the diversity of vibes and flows that can be . . .
November 13th is a busy day, but Skeme is not one to be lost in the fray. The gritty, dynamic West Coast spitter plays no games on his Ingleworld 3 LP, which reeased today and includes a total of fourteen tracks. Skeme raps like every verse might be his last, and this project is no . . .
Inglewood rapper Skeme, drops off a major remix of his “36 Oz” from the Ingleworld 2 project. This time around, Chris Brown adds his touch and the result is on point. Chris has an added verse, but the major improvement besides his presence on the track was the improved sonics, overall. Skeme’s vocals have improved tremendously . . .
On the way to the release of Ingleworld 3, Skeme lets off a banger in “Cake”. Produced by The Fam, Skeme rides the beat with a bouncy flow while preaching his passion for the almighty dollar. Ingleworld 3 drops Novemeber 13th. Stream “Cake” below. via: hnhh
The Game rounds up some fellow Californians to feature on “My Flag / Da Homies.” A host of artists are featured on the record – Ty Dolla $ign, Skeme, Jay 305, AD, RJ, Mitchy Slick & Joe Moses, to be precise. Stream “My Flag” below.
Skeme connects with soulful crooner BJ The Chicago Kid for “Khalils Song,” an introspective new release. Skeme’s delivery is as gritty as ever, but he gracefully reminds us of his multifaceted persona behind the mic. Look for Skeme’s Ingleworld 2 project to release in the near future. Stream “Khalils Song” below.
Skeme spits every verse from his heart. At least, that’s how it feels each time we hear a new track from the gritty California emcee. “Promise” is his latest release, featuring introspective lyrics and a focused mindset. Tense Alex Lustig production increases the impact of every word. Look for Skeme’s Ingleworld 2 project to drop . . .
As much as I enjoyed Yeezus, there were some definite weak points. Skeme makes King L’s verse on “Send It Up” seem even more suspect with his gruff, aggressive delivery as he takes things into his own hands with this remix. After listening, it sounds like this beat was actually made for him. It takes . . .
DJ Drama dropped his fifth studio album, Quality Street Music 2 back in July. It was a star studded affair, as usual. Now he returns with a remix to the album’s single, “Wishing” with Fabolous, Trey Songz, Tory Lanez, Jhené Aiko, and Chris Brown. Listen below. Watch the original “Wishing” video here.
Dom Kennedy music has defined a lot of summertime experiences for a good number of us. Relive some of these moments with our exclusive Forever, Dom Kennedy mix by ESSNSE (formerly known as ARIUS and ESSNTL). ESSNSE explained that the project “is a reminder that DOM’s work will live on as long as people are . . .
When he’s not arranging the veritable destruction of fake rappers, The Game is at work releasing new music and new visuals. His latest, the video for “My Flag / Da Homies,” is a star studded affair, featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Jay 305, AD, Mitchy Slick, Joe Moses, RJ, and Skeme. Watch the Aaron Green-directed video . . .