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New Mixtape: Yahiness 'Train Of Thought'
Mark our words: 2014 is the year that New York City hip-hop makes a return to the spotlight. And along with the likes of Troy Ave., A$AP Mob and Joey Bada$$, look for a new name to put on for his city: Yahiness.
The South Jamaica, Queens spitter drops his new DJ Enuff mixtape Train Of Thought today,
Every artist that performs on a stage has a symbiotic relationship with the audience. DJs always say they feel out the energy of the crowd and adjust their song choice accordingly, MCs obviously need to move the attendees, and pop stars often need a lot of love heaped upon them onstage.
Singers these days come a dime a baker's dozen. But you know the special ones. You just hear it. One listen of Miguel's All I Want Is You or Frank Ocean's nostalgia,ULTRA. were enough to forecast a long, vibrant musical career.
Make way for another brilliant songwriter/singer: KES.
Like the aforemen
B.o.B gives a bit more of himself on his upcoming album, Underground Luxury. On Bobby Ray's third studio LP, the Grand Hustle spitter/singer/strummer brings the turn-up tracks (the Chris Brown-featured "Throwback," "Wide Open") but elsewhere offers up some substance speaking on addiction and his own