After the success of his 2011 debut album, My Pursuit of Happyness, Ohio newcomer KeilyN is back to deliver his sophomore project, Timing. Timing addresses KeilyN’s perspective on personal and social issues with honesty and sincerity over eclectic production, while showing growth in his songwriting and delivery. Laced with original production from the likes SoulKlap (The Blue Throne by Mick Boogie & SoulKlap), Al Smith and 1RDT to name a few, on Timing, KeilyN also pays homage to the great J Dilla by spitting heart felt flows over several brilliant Jay Dee instrumentals.
Pusha T‘s long, long-awaited My Name Is My Name is out in one week (October 8), but it is available to stream in full right now. Features include Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Pharrell, […]
Stereogum. New York underground rap upstart Bryant Dope caught our attention with his stoic, Hannibal King-produced track “QB.” Their collaborative tape New New York has now arrived and it’s brimming with concrete-scathing tranquility and laid […]