The emcee formally known as The Bad Seed has joined forces with Nottz for a full length album titled No Way In Hell. The ten-track project features Rock, Tiye Phoenix, Sauce Money and more. Fire this up now.
Bad Seed teams up with Nottz (who has been EVERYWHERE lately) and DJ Total Eclipse for the song “Sunday Morning” from Seed and Nottz’ forthcoming album No Way In Hell.
The emcee formally known as Freddie Foxxx gets greasy over some Nottz production on “Flow Temperament” off of his forthcoming album Pop Duke Volume One. This is really some O.G. shit.
Evidence was able to snare away Krondon from his bad guy role on “Black Lightning” to drop some bars for the Nottz produced “Bad Publicity.” Unfortunately, Krondon couldn’t appear in the video so Evidence holds it down on his own.
Vstylez answers the question about what he’s going to do in an industry where everyone sounds and looks alike in the video for the Nottz produced “O.Ellis.”
With remastered versions of Blu & Nottz’ Gods in the Spirit and Titans in the Flesh albums on the horizon, the duo drop a video for “Heaven on Earth” as Blu paints pictures with his words in the park.
Rapsody delivers another round of lyrical excellence with “The Pain.” Over the Nottz produced song, Rapsody rhymes about the deep seeded issues that plague individuals and forces them to act out.
Cleveland’s Vice Souletric and Nottz connect to deliver this timely anthem to the city as the Cavs plow through the playoffs. It’s a banger that salutes a city that appears to be on the verge of being a sports powerhouse.
“With the Indians back in action and the Browns coming off what many to believe to be a stellar draft, this anthem adds fuel to an already buzzing and promising future for all of Cleveland sports,” said Vice.
Bang this as we await Vice’s next project T.R.A.P. (The Reality of All People).
Kansas emcee Stik Figa connects with Elzhi on “Down Payment,” which is brilliantly produced by Nottz. Below is Stik’s explanation of the song’s theme.
“‘Down Payment’ is a special song because it feels like I am still paying dues, though I have been around for a while now. I have been blessed to share the microphone with some of my heroes and peers alike. I am never sure if this pursuit will pay off, but, at the least I got to share with those who listened, ‘what I know’.”
Nottz delivers this smooth groove for Termanology to rhyme about the challenges of love on “Krazy Thangs.”