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+ Premiere: Taiyamo Denku ft Pep Love, Serum & Shabaam Sahdeeq – Check Ya Dome Piece Remix (Prod Rediculus) (Single)

Here at we are proud to premiere our family Rediculus’ new remix for the homie Taiyamo Denku’s track, “Check Ya Dome Piece”, featuring Pep Love, Serum and Shabaam Sahdeeq. Give it a listen and download and then go check out the original version right here. Premiere: Taiyamo Denku ft Pep Love, Serum & Shabaam Sahdeeq – Check Ya Dome Piece Remix

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Rediculus – Songs No One Wanted (Instrumental Album)


When you’re a dope producer who has been in the game for mad long, chances are you will have an plethora of bangers that hasn’t fulfilled its destiny of becoming a track on an album. So what do you do with said beats? Well for Chi producer Rediculus the only logical answer would be to release 17 ill beats from his vault as an instrumental album, aptly titled Songs No One Wanted.


I’ve had a chance to listen and I have to say these are pretty dope. Also be on the lookout for several more projects from Rediculus including one I am hyped for featuring Dead Rabbits member Father Focus Confucius as well as another instrumental album dropping this spring. You can download Songs No One Wanted at the link below. Coming from a Boom Bap base and moving towards the future, Rediculus is definitely starting 2017 off strong with this treat for his fans. Check it out!

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John Reilly x Rediculus – Standing In The Face Of Time (Album Review) (Album Stream)


Long Island emcee John Reilly isn’t new to this although many fans of hip-hop might not recognize the name. That’s because he started off as one half of the dope duo The Day Laborers rhyming under I.N.F. He took a break from music while he dealt with…life. Now he’s back with a new solo EP Standing in the Face of Time Teaming up with Chi town producer Rediculus, John Reilly comes back with a vengeance (and a new name). The EP is short, only five tracks but does what it needs to do. Reintroduces the world to the dope that is John Reilly. The production on this is ill and John Reilly does his thing on the mic showing us that he can definitely hold his own. Here is my take on Standing In The Face Of Time Album Stream follows the review. Check it out!

Track 1 Do That Shit:From the jump this is in your face getting your head nodding. Definitely a banger.

Track 2 Rabbit Hole: A heartfelt track delving into JR’s personal issues and is currently *in rotation.

Track 3 Bully Pulpit: He follows up with another gem, the only track with a feature, with Rich Quick, I’m really digging this.

Track 4 What Goes Around : This is a dope track and shows a different side of JR as an artist. The content is heartfelt and is *in heavy rotation

Track 5 No Matter The Cost: This took me off guard because on my first play-through I was still digesting WGA. A great closing track.

This is a solid drop by John Reilly and if this EP is any indication JR has come back from his hiatus ready to bring that boom bap sound back to NYC. I’m looking forward to what he has in store for us in the future. My only complaint is I really wish this was longer. It’s like when you are trying to impress a date and suggest sharing a slice of cheesecake but after eating your half you’re still sad. No. Don’t do that… I need the whole slice! I hope John Reilly drops some new dope in the near future. Add this to your playlist now!!!

Overall: B+ (Points off for length)

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