Richie Cunning & Rob Rush - What I'm Doing Right Now
@AdamRaps @RichieCunning & @Zumbi808 blessed us with a dope joint on our new project Darkest Before Dawn, so make sure you check it out and download the album for 8 other dope slaps from some of the Bay's best! All of the music on the album is original (we were in the lab with most of the artists making the songs) and is completely produced by Atlanta production crew SMKA and sponsored by C-4 Belts!
(Photos courtesy of MuzicZoo.com)
In the three years that Thizzler has been operating, one of the things that we have taken the most pride in doing is shining the light on the diversity that defines Bay Area hip-hop. We got as much love for Livewire as we do for Bored Stiff, and therefore find it of the utmost importance that we provide fans an equal opportunity to enjoy all ends of the local hip-hop spectrum. That’s why we couldn’t wait to host the Bay Freshmen 10 Class of 2011 STAR Cyphers. Where else can you see Rafael Casal share a stage with Lil Rue? Or Richie Cunning share a cypher with Erk Tha Jerk? Or Cousin Fik freestyle on the same mic as Mistah F.A.B.? Those things just don’t happen at your typical Bay Area rap show, but that’s exactly what 252 fans got to experience, for FREE, this past Sunday afternoon at the Brick and Mortar Music Hall in San Francisco.
Routine Fly is proud to release the newest offering from California’s Rec League roster. QM & Maclane's "Take Me To Your Liter" is a 6 song EP produced entirely by the Rec League's Maclane, who also handles the rhymes along with Rec veteran QM. QM released the “No SleE.P” EP earlier this year with Pudge, from Denton TX's Fab Deuce Crew / Rec League South. While Maclane has been busy behind the boards producing songs for Richie Cunning, Pudge, Proe and QM throughout 2011 and 2012. With countless releases on routinefly.com thorughout the past two years, QM & Maclane have both been honing their sound along with the rest of the Rec League roster. “Take Me to Your Liter” features North Carolina’s Stranger Day, Texas’s Ernie McCrackin and San Francisco’s own Richie Cunning. Grab a 1000 ml bottle of your choice and “Take Me to Your Liter”