Supreme and me record him venting on his feelings about the ‘race problem” in hip-hop. what do you think?


The NEW AGE of hip hop!

It’s been some time since I’ve wrote anything or posted anything. Life can sometimes send you on a unfamiliar trip , that take’s time to get back to what one deems normal.

Was inspired bye recent posts that got my wheels turning a bit. The NEW AGE , of hip hop. Is not so much “New” in my opinion , but as some of my people have heard me say, more like the second coming of lyricist.

After some years of mumbling around with a mic in people’s hand , and calling it hip hop simply because the industry says it is. I took it as a slap in the face. For many “”OLD HEADS” ,and many young , and up an coming artist , I believe set out to show what it is to be engulfed in hip hop culture.

So my theory is that I can’t remember a time where I can be showed a dope artist out of nowhere, and from a breading ground not a custom to birthing a dope Crew, producers, DJ, lyricist. Sometimes seems as if they multiple overnight, from the spit of the last dope emcee holding the mic. The Rowdy Gremlins of the underground. It’s as if the thought of being called a Mumble rapper , has everyone proving through barz , that they are far from it . It’s inspired a new generation of artist , and brought some familiar one’s out of the dungeon to remind the masses that mastering this art form takes skill, and serious dedication honing there craft. It’s pushing artist to express themselves in ways I haven’t heard since the golden era. There not sounding the same because it’s gone globally.

Hip Hop has always been a underground scene. it’s mere existence is the underground. I use to have to search for the crack that was needed for my fix. Now it’s everywhere if you just open your eyes , and ears while turning off the tracks that have been shoved down the Masses throats while saying it’s dope, before your allowed to make up one’s mind. That can end if you so choose. You may not know the words to the blah blah song that’s hot for the following 3 weeks. But you could here individuals teach, preach ,story tell, share expierence , and many other things through speach if you choose. Huge platforms available in the digital age has made it fairly easy. Most of the time the artist are individuals, instead of the follower’s of trends, and lack of a thought. Most so called hottest artist in hip hop have regurgitated opinions, trends, from the so called people in the know about the culture. Even writing about it has me Mumbling on , and could do this for hour’s. What’s your opinion ? How are you feeling about the state of hip hop?


Why are you here???

It’s a simple question that has many complex answers. Some people are here just for the entertainment. Some just like the beats. Others come for the display of skills from the emcees and dj’s. While others have no real idea what is really going on and are only here to follow trends. So I ask you….


I grew up in El Paso Texas a place on the map that is sectioned off and isolated from the rest of the country. A place that is over two thousand miles from the birthplace of Hip Hop and the everyday struggle that gave birth to a new and exciting culture. Yet because of the circumstances of the place I’m from I still feel a deep connection with the art form.

A culture and artform that has arisen from poverty and oppression. Many people now view hip hop as just rap music ignoring the true original four elements of what was there in the beginning. For those that don’t know or care to remember those four elements that came together to forge the beginning are the Emcee. The DJ. The Graffiti artist. And the Break dancer (bboy).

These four elements came together as one to provide outlets for boredom, expression, and the delivering of a message. Kids would take over the parks and HipHop to survive. For many of them it was the most important thing they had in their lives.

So pretty much to answer my own question, why am I here? I’m here because Hip Hop is my survival method in a world that is designed against the common man. Its a tool that I use prominently in the battle against tyranny and oppression.

In other words I am here for “the message.”

If you make music without heartfelt feelings and emotions, if your not speaking up and standing up for those who can’t for themselves then what’s the point? When hip hop was in its infant stages most didn’t understand the impact it could have. Most don’t understand it to be the beginning of a revolution.

A revolution that we must fight for change. A revolution that must lead to equality and justice. So ask yourself again, why are you here. Is it just to be entertained? Or are you only here to take away from the endgame.

Having said all that I figured that I’d leave you with a new track called:




As u listen to the track think to yourself what message is being conveyed and what is actually being delivered.



Took me a while to finally sit down and put thoughts into words and get going on producing some content. But before I do I’d like to give thanks to Supreme Allah Magnetic for adding me to the gossip staff. So here’s to a fruitful future and as the title suggests here we go….

In the past couple of weeks the rap universe has seen the return of Eminem to the forefront of the mainstream conscious. Dropping a surprise album where the self crowned rap god takes several shots at a new generation of rappers. A generation of emcees looked down upon for what’s termed as mumble rap.

This battle of what some feel is real hip hop vs mumble rap has been an ongoing debate for a while now. So many feel vindicated by a well known hip hop figure such as Eminem finally picking up the flag and joining the fight of old vs new.

As for me I call bs. Tbe real hip hop heads never went away to begin with. They’ve fought against the watering down of the genre. I wont begrudge anyone finding entertainment in the music they choose. But hip-hop is more than just entertainment its also about skill and message.

Disappointment is my mind set when I see it took six years for Eminem to finally take a shot at Machine Gun Kelly. This from someone who enjoyed success as a battle rapper. I’m not buying it. Period.

Its not hard to turn on the radio and hear a bunch of manufactured trash. Its more of a task digging into the underground and finding artists who are making real music. No matter the genre be it rock, jazz, hip hop whatever you want to choose. So though many are impressed that their favorite rapper has picked up the same flag as them in the dislike of current pop music. I remember to myself that there are many of us who have been fighting this battle since the start.

So for my first post as a contributor here at COMRADE GOSSIP. I thought speak on this a little bit and then back it up with some receipts.

It wasn’t to long ago that I connected with Supreme Allah Magnetic and combined powers on a few tracks. Since then Supreme has released countless other tracks and features, even a couple albums. But its easy to see from our earliest work together On a track called ” All the clams.” That this battle against mumble rap has been ongoing and we will continue to fight. Supreme clearly states in his verse that “in two years you mumble bums will be irrelevant.”

Any real hip hop head can appreciate Eminem’s contributions to rap. But this falling over themselves to give credit as if he is all alone in this battle of HipHop vs HipPop needs to stop.

Below is the track I mentioned earlier so check it out and let it be the gateway to more of our content. Thanks for reading this post as always feel free to comment. All questions and suggestions welcome.


Power’s Joseph Sikora co-stars in DJ Kayslay’s “Back to the Bars” visual featuring Nino Man, Vado, Mysonne, Fred The Godson, Locksmith, Jon Connor, and Joell Ortiz. This track will appear on DJ Kayslay’s upcoming album Hip Hop FrontLine.


I never knew there was east coast kind of spitters in inglewood calif!

This is sooooooooooooooo DOPE! Supreme told me he has a whole album with this guy, but i was just googling last night and i ame across General Backpain’s solo album “Holy Hands”….
i gotta say, i know kendrick is a nice spitter, but this really caught me! The general is very G in his bars, but kinda lyrical 2 which makes me play each track over and over in case i missed some metaphor or sumthin. This guy sounds like he been doing alot of writing and freestyling.
Hopoe you like it!


Bless the General showed me this Machine Gun Kelly diss against Slim Shady and i gotta say, i di’nt think anyone could touch Eminem with the spits1 Well M.G.K. almost changed my mind1 What do you think/ I would love 2 see a face 2 face battle between these 2 guys! Share this fire diss with as many people as possible!


What do you think of slim shady coming out and mentioning almost every rapper on his new album?
Is he dissing or just pointing some problems in hip-hop?

Check out this guy out of Queens N.Y. I LIKE HIS HOOKS!

Supreme just showed me another hot m.c./rapper out of Queens he inter viewed a few days ago. I’m actually mad i have’nt heard of this guy before. his video is dope 2! Tell me if you like this! kisses!


Supreme just put me on 2 this dude Killy Shoot yesterday. He is sooooooo dope! He reminds me of like a prodigy or something! Can’t wait for his full lenght album! i’m gonna put all my girls on to this 2!