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BEAST COAST.

Get familiar.

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Edited by goldenchild9 - 10/17/12 at 11:25pm
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"We're not in the '80s. We're not in the '90s anymore. You have to govern yourself accordingly." - Lawrence Taylor
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post #3 of 72

A sorta hip-hop detox is emerging (Not Dre) and is getting rid of all the trap rap toxins to pave way for these young corner sages and indigo MC's.  East Coast version of TDE, perhaps? We need Premier to produce for this group. 

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Music is very dope pimp.gif Definitely will check for them from now on. Props on putting NT on. Do they have a mixtape/album out yet? nerd.gif

Video wise they can do better than the in the room with your boys smoking and rapping and then in post production just adding all the graphics and animation. Like I get it yall love bud laugh.gif

Probably like Gold Soul Theory the most from what I heard smokin.gif All quality though.
Edited by ATGD7154xBBxMZ - 10/18/12 at 12:56pm
post #5 of 72
Herb Shuttles stays on repeat
post #6 of 72
This **** go

can't find their mixtape though, is it out?
post #7 of 72
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INDIGOISM mixtape coming soon bros.



Some more piff in the mean time...

Probably my favorite track from them.



The beat, their flow and the hook pimp.gif
Edited by goldenchild9 - 10/18/12 at 1:37pm
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post #8 of 72
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A sorta hip-hop detox is emerging (Not Dre) and is getting rid of all the trap rap toxins to pave way for these young corner sages and indigo MC's.

Real rap.

There is still a large and growing contingent of Hip-Slop but something new and refreshing is being reborn.

So ill....
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post #9 of 72
MONEY
post #10 of 72
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This might be their best track...
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post #11 of 72
"Herb Shuttles" goes hard. Where did these dudes come from? I saw YAMS post their video on his tumblr, and I've been a fan since then.
post #12 of 72
Find new artists everyday and I'm not disppointed by these guys. smokin.gif
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post #13 of 72
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Trunk knocker....
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post #14 of 72
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A sorta hip-hop detox is emerging (Not Dre) and is getting rid of all the trap rap toxins to pave way for these young corner sages and indigo MC's.  East Coast version of TDE, perhaps? We need Premier to produce for this group. 
hey smokin.gif

new era pimp.gif
Edited by B Smooth 202 - 10/21/12 at 11:36am
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post #16 of 72

I'ma just accept this the sound of young cats in NYC right now

 

The beats are on point and atleast they tryna kick some knowledge even tho I ain't a fan of how its spread nowadays

post #17 of 72
These tracks are pretty solid... Im gonna have to check out Indigoism
post #18 of 72

They have pretty good production on their mixtape.

post #19 of 72

the opening track is bananas man :hat

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this is why i effs with the NT music forum smokin.gif

reminds me of dead prez
Edited by TeamJordan79 - 2/2/13 at 12:30am
post #22 of 72

I'm loving that Ancient Black Empowerment feel that's slowly growing.

I've seen this group on blogs but always passed them by. I'm going to bump the tape and see how it feels..

 

Write up from DatPiff::

As members of the Beast Coast movement (which includes Joey Bad***** and his Pro Era crew), The Underachievers are part of the new wave of rappers that have been coming out of New York. But they’re also repping the West: last summer the duo signed to Flying Lotus’ label in LA, Brainfeeder. ‘Indigoism’ marks the first Brainfeeder/Underachievers collaboration. Dropping February 1st, the 17-track mixtape features the duo’s underground hits (including ‘Gold Soul Theory,’ ‘Herb Shuttles’ and ‘Leopard Shepherd’), in addition to brand new tracks produced by the likes of Mr Bristol, Rich Flyer, The Entreproducers, Bruce Lee Kixxs, Juice and Lou Chapo from Tribe Gang, and Dreamrite. Listening to their sage lyrics, it’s hard to believe they’re only 21 (Ak) and 22 (Issa Dash) years old. And on the strength of ‘Indigoism,’ it’s near impossible to believe that up until 9 months ago, Ak and Dash had no set intention to be in the rap game at all. As they say themselves: “Indigos on the rise.”

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this is why i effs with the NT music forum smokin.gif

reminds me of dead prez

 

same i just lurk for new music and damn im feelin this no homo sick.gif

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Whoa pimp.gif dope
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post #25 of 72
Gave Indigoism a run through yesterday... Very solid smokin.gif
post #26 of 72
I like this more than anything to come out of NY in the past 5 years.
post #27 of 72
Gotta give the tape a run again but every song sounded the same. Granted it sounded good, just still the same
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This %$^ jams tough! nthat.gif

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Gave Indigoism a run through yesterday... Very solid smokin.gif

I just gave this a listen yesterday and have been bumping most of the tracks a ton. I really like what I see coming out of NY/Flatbush right now between these dudes along with Joey and Pro Era. Its really good to hear that NY sound back!
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Whoa pimp.gif dope

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why they eating at a food joint that was rated a B though? laugh.gif
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