The "beast coast movement" rap crew out of New York with Joey Bada$$ & the Pro Era Crew, Flatbush Zombies, and The Underachievers, have cotinued to become an ever growing force with every single release. This Flying Lotus approved, Brainfeeder signed hip hop duo has announced a new album out this fall titled Evermore – The Art of Duality alongside a massive worldwide tour.
This new track “Take Your Place” brings an hard-hitting, menacing beat produced by Mr Bristol and shows a more matured sound from the duo. The verses are relentless throughout the 3 and a half minute track that will have you anxiouslly waiting for what's next with this release. Listen to the stream below until the download is available. Enjoy.
The Underachievers – Take Your Place | Stream Only
The Underachievers Unveil Colorful Tripped Out Music Video For “Amorphous (Feat. Portugal. the Man)”Posted in Bangin, Chill by Jake | Tags: Brainfeeder, Hip-Hop, Portugal. The Man, The Underachievers
Last year we were treated to the unexpected collaboration between rap duo, The Underachievers, and indie band Portugal. The Man on their track “Amorphous,” and now we get the visuals to go along with the music in a brand new music video. Members of The Underachievers, AK and Issa Gold, are seen in the video shot at Washington Square Park in Manhattan with a crowd gathering as a live news feed is simulated. As most things The Underachievers are involved in, at the end you leave feeling a little eerie and tripped out. This song is available on the group's breakout album, Cellar Door, on Flyo's Brainfeeder label. Enjoy!
The Underachievers – Amorphous (Feat. Portugal the Man) (Official Video)
Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers Release “Butterfly Effect” as New Supergroup Clockwork IndigoPosted in Chill by Jake | Tags: butterfly effect, clockwork indigo, Flatbush Zombies, Rap, The Underachievers
The supergroup comprising of Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers was bound to come together sooner or later. Both of these rap groups come out of the Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn, and rep the Beast Coast movement alongside Joey Bada$$ and his Pro Era collective.
The groups have joined forces as the 5 man super group Clockwork Indigo and have dropped off their first song “Butterfly Effect”. Production from Eric Arc Elliot evokes the perfect eerie vibes as a shrill, crackly loop sets the tone on the seven-minute beat as the five rappers trade some unruly verses.
Clockwork Indigo – Butterfly Effect | Stream Only
Two two piece Brooklyn based hip-hop group The Underachievers are back with their latest release, The Lords of Flatbush. It’s an 8 song mixtape produced by legendary hip-hop producer Lex Luger that ventures into more universal hip-hop tracks then their more experimental debut mixtape Indigoism. Working with Lex has completely shifted their sound that will allow them to have a far larger fanbase. The entire thing was great, but my favorite tracks from the mixtape would have to be “Still Shining” “Leaving Scraps”, “Melody Of The Free” and “Cold Crush” . Don’t sleep on this project, as this is just the beginning of a bright future for this duo. Enjoy.
The Underachievers – The Lords of Flatbush | Direct Download
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