“The Conn-viction Tapes” is a Connecticut based album entirely produced by SeeS that will feature a different Connecticut artist in collaboration with SeeS on each track. The album is presented by CT Corporate Takeover and upon completion will be streamed online for free and be available for free download on various sites including SoundCloud and DatPiff. The recording process will be documented including videos, photos, and promotional tracks leading up to the release in early 2015.
Artists Confirmed On The Project (subject to change):
SeeS, Oscar Black, High Priest, Theo Manchyld, Rassko Lean, Soldier Picasso, Arkatex, General P, Splat860, Deedz, Chosen, Williano, Big Mach
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The Conn-viction Takeover
EACH DAY ANOTHER ARTIST FROM THE PROJECT WILL “TAKEOVER” CTHIPHOPBLOG!
ON THAT DAY THE BLOG WILL ONLY FEATURE MUSIC THAT ARTIST IS INVOLVED WITH INCLUDING THE “SONG OF THE DAY” BEING THEIR SONG FROM THE PROJECT!
Tags: 413, Battle Rap, Sicarii
Sicarii Vs. Xcel
Sicarii Vs. Bangz
Sicarii Vs. HollaLuyah Jonez
Sicarii Vs. Celebrity Cell
Sicarii Vs. Smooth Black
Sicarii Vs. Tapedeck
Sicarii Vs. Dego Diavolo
Sicarii Vs. Fis Da Beast
Sicarii & Lord K Vs. Celebrity Cell & aLiterate
Sicarii Vs. Greedy Grimes
Sicarii Vs. Young Filly
Sicarii Vs. Derico
Sicarii Vs. M. Swagg
Sicarii Vs. Dirt
Sicarii Vs. Cap Yuf
Sicarii Vs. Kinetik
Sicarii Vs. Brash
Sicarii vs. Imperial Lex
Ego. What is ego? Ego is basically when you start to think you’re better than others at what you do. Most of the mc’s from my area have tremendous egos. That being said, well, the hip hop scene around here is very stagnant. Partly because ego’s hold otherwise good hip hop artists back from the limelight.
Showing versatility and having the willingness to collaborate with other rappers from your city is a must. Beef is a part of hip hop just as loyalty is. Beef mainly stems from, yup you guessed it, Ego. Often times it is unnecessary and unwarranted.
Sure, having good beats and lyrics with substance is important but nothing will ever be as important as being humble. Humble enough to work with anyone at anytime. It’s good to feel like you’re the best at what you do but there is a huge difference between being confident and being just plain cocky.
The bottom line is that if you are a hip hop artist you have a responsibility to help maintain the integrity of hip hop culture.
Tags: 2015, Ep, Free, Hip Hop, your old droog
He’s back!! Hopefully by now you have heard of Your Old Droog. If you haven’t, let me introduce you to one of the industry’s better lyricists. Droog makes hip hop with that 90’s era feel and that makes me happy! I hope you enjoy it!