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The Dissection – [NateNumbaEight]

If you’re somehow not tapped in with Jacksonville’s legendary underground emcee NateNumbaEight, then I have no choice but to feel sorry for you. He has been setting trends left and right for over a half-decade and whether you realize it or not, he has influenced most of your favorite artists out right now. Nate just simply doesn’t give a shit in the best possible way, and that is what makes his music so spectacular. When it comes to bars, he knows he is one of the most elite spitters in the game in terms of word plays and lyricism whether he’s joking around or not, and when it comes to out-of-the-box sonic creations, he isn’t afraid to dip his toes in new waters and try out something completely new, even if there is a chance that people hate it. The fact of the matter, though, is that no one could ever hate on Nate’s sound because when you think about it, no one could ever mimic it which makes him probably the most one-of-a-kind rapper that I have ever witnessed. I don’t know how else to describe Nate other than the fact that he’s someone you don’t just want on …

Walk Down – [Lil Gotit] ft. [CEO Trayle] [Lil Double 0] & [Biggz]

Lil Gotit has always been an artist who I felt like I was on a weekly streak of writing about something new that he released. It almost felt like he never found time to sleep because he was always working, but I’m not complaining even slightly considering he was one of the most entertaining names in the entire rap world. Of course, as a lot of other fans were, I was put onto him through his older brother Lil Keed and his affiliation with Young Thug and Gunna, but I quickly realized he was as individual as it gets, and he wasn’t just another Atlanta clone like so many other artists seem to be. This past summer, he turned even more heads with his album Top Chef Gotit, but ever since that was released and he dropped a few music videos for it, it seemed like he went a little quiet, and I found myself hungry for more music from the ATL up-and-comer. Thankfully, that hunger was satisfied recently after he dropped a brand-new song entitled “Walk Down” featuring CEO Trayle, Lil Double 0, and Biggz as well as another dope music video that was directed by Shotbywolf and Nelshoitit. …

Skeleton Men – [Fatboy Biggz] ft. [LuhUFO] & [NateNumbaEight]

One of my absolute favorite people in the entire rap music scene has to be NateNumbaEight, and that’s not even hard for me to say. I’ve been a fan for quite some time now because I just love all of his Twitter antics, hilarious freestyles, and some of the other artists he puts me onto. In fact, I probably followed him for longer than I’d like to admit before I realized he made actual music and not just funny freestyles based on internet videos, but I love how he brings his personality to the party every single time he drops something new. Although I wasn’t familiar with Fatboy Biggz or LuhUFO prior to them teaming up with Nate on their song “Skeleton Men”, I was fully captivated from the moment I saw a snippet of the KaneMadeIt-directed music video. The production is full of tranquil, old-school-sounding instruments combined with a sample of sorts that is a bit more boom-bap than I anticipated but hearing these three talents on the record makes me think that there’s no beat they could hop on and not kill. Considering it’s Fatboy’s song, he opens things up with high-energy lines that are full of personality, …