Lil Gnar ft Germ & Madeintyo “Sticky Rice”

By Emmanuel

Big Bad Gnar Shit Out Now

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Lil Gnar first came up through his popping Gnarcotic streetwear brand and now he is venturing into music with assistance from the Buffet Boys Germ who he has chosen to  put out this entire 6 -track EP with. After the first listen the Madeintyo assisted “Sticky Rice” stands out the most to me. Peep the track as well of the rest of the EP below.

Germ & Shakewell “Slutwalk”

By Emmanuel

Buffet Boys in full effect

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Germ, Shakewell, Pouya, and the rest of the Buffet Boys clique have not ceased glowing up since Pouya broke down the door for them a year or two ago. Unfortunately the mainstream media still feels the need to ignore the constant steam of heat these kids provide but will not neglect the fire. Listen below.

Germ “Yung Minor Threat”

by mannygotbricks

Hardcore Shit

Badshit Bootleg

Germ dropped off his highly anticipated project Badshit(Bootleg) last night and right off the bat it starts going crazy with “Young Minor Threat” leading off the track list. Germ is one of my favorite rappers out right now and this second project is living up to the hype in many ways. T’up below.

$UICIDE BOY$ X GERM “HERE WE GO AGAIN” VIDEO!!!

by mannygotbricks

Ahhhhhh!!!

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Germ and $uicide Boy$ are three for three on singles for their upcoming project Dirtier Nastier Suicide. “King Cobra” and “How Bow Dah” are great but “Here We Go Again” towers above them. The song has some of the nastiest 808’s ive heard in awhile complimented by miniaml piano, and topped off with some of the most enigmatic, imaginative, and inventive flows, bars, and vocal manipulation. Watch and die below.

 

$UICIDE BOY$ X GERM “KING COBRA”

by mannygotbricks

Dirtier and Nastier

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G59 and Buffet Boys unite for the second installment of their collaborative project series Dirtier Nastier Suicide. Germ return to the north side of New Orleans to link of with Ruby and Skrim and deliver a fitting sequel to their first project. Listen below.