Yesterday, C. Banks released the followup to the Twitter-themed Music Monday he put out a few months ago. #MMV2 is nothing like the first, but definitely not worse. The feeling of the songs feature a different type of style no one can hate on. Great local (Sacramento) representation lies on #MMV2.
Tracklist x Download Link after the jump
+: Check out a freestyle Illecism did for Nah Right with Nicatyne on the beat after the jump
It’s time to show some hometown respect to the Sacramento rapper, JoEL. Besides being the first artist on this blog that lives in the same city as me, JoEL is proficient at maintaining himself as a rapper/singer. There is a lot of undiscovered talent here in Sacramento, and many other places, that need to get recognized real quickly because there are too many people grinding that are not seeing the effects of it.
Some say that being a female rapper is an automatic disadvantage in music, but Anca‘s grind puts those naysayers to shame. Rooted in Jacksonville, FL, she puts in work by contributing to the South’s musical uprising. She also makes frequent collaborations with Nicatyne, a Sacramento, CA producer, so she’s creating dope music from coast to coast.