Reader Best of 2010: K-Murdock of Panacea
by Winston "Stone" Ford
“Don’t Do It” by Y-Society
Dope, boom-bap type joint featuring solid producton & emceeing- a rarity these days.
“Maybe She’ll Dream Of Me” by The Foreign Exchange
Nicolay & Phonte continue to impress me with the style of music Dilla essentially pioneered, that neo-progressive soul & hip-hop hybrid!
“Lando” by H.I.S.D.
These cats from Houston have one of the BEST albums fot he year with “The Weakend”, and the single paying homage to Billy Dee William’s famous Star Wars character is just one example of their dopeness!
“Sly” by Mr. Miranda & Jimmy Nelson
Arizona based hip-hop that will make you reminisce about the late Guru & Primo as far that raw hip-hop sound.
“Careless Mister” by Theory Hazit & Tony Shift
Dope collaborative project from Ohio emcee Theory Hazit and producer Tony Shift. Spacey & soulful vibes on the song and whole record.