Is there a better way to start the day than a new mixtape from our family R.H. Bless? I think not. Download and bump loud his new mixtape because GOD SAID SO HERE
RH Bless continues to kill it with this creative Block Exchange Film Reel. When you can’t focus on his words, you can see just how truly gifted the dude is as a director and producer. Real recognize real and RH Bless and Block Exchange are looking familiar.
The fam R.H. Bless and Duss Smitto decide that if we are going out tomorrow, might as well go out dropping an absolute banger of a joint. Serious fire right here!
THE ALMIGHTY BLOCK EXCHANGE HIERARCHY PRESENTS BLACK OCTOBER THE MIXTAPE FEATURING R.H.BLESS, DUSS SMITTOOOO, CESS WONDER, AND CHIPPA BLUE WITH PRODUCTION FROM DJ OPHAX, EL SHERIFFO, PHILTHY PRO.
1.CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT INTERLUDE
2.BLACK NIGHT (DUSS SMITTOOOO,R.H.BLESS,CESS WONDER) PROD BY DJ OPHAX
3.WE OUT CHEEAH (R.H.BLESS, DUSS SMITTOOOO FEAT SABOTAWJ) PROD BY PHILTHY PRO
4.NO TEARS PLEASE INTERLUDE
5.GUNNING FOR YOUR HEAD (DUSS SMITTOOOO, R.H.BLESS)
6.DONT BLAME THE MOVIES INTERLUDE
7.CRIME SCENE THEME MUSIC (R.H.BLESS, DUSS SMITTOOOO)
8.FEELS LIKE FIRE (R.H.BLESS, CESS WONDER, DUSS SMITTOOOO) PROD BY EL SHERIFFO
9.BLACK OCTOBER NUMBER ONE FAN INTERLUDE
10.TRICK OR TREAT (R.H.BLESS, DUSS SMITTOOOO)
11.THEY’RE HERE INTERLUDE
12.KILL KILL KILL (R.H.BLESS, DUSS SMITTOOOO, CHIPPA BLUE) PROD BY BIG BOB
13.DON’T FALL ASLEEP INTERLUDE
I want to start off by saying salute to all my real hip hop heads. I fell back for a few weeks to view a couple of different things in this music industry. Let me jump right into the last few albums I’ve heard which are from Nas, Rozay, Meek Mills, and Kendrick Lamar.
Let’s start with Nas. After I gave it a second listen I see its strong points and its weak points.
The beats are average but he comes across with fire verses as always so I give the album an 8. As far as Rick Ross and Meek Mills I give both there albums a 6 1/2. Why? Because their mixtapes are better then the music they sell. As far as Kendrick’s album I must give it another listen.
Shout out to maino an the Mafia. And as always Push! Montana shines bright over all. I’m waiting to view french Montana’s album and A$AP Rocky’s. With that being said the rest of the game is in a stand still. On Jim Jones’ 60 Racks record, Lil Wayne has the worst verse ever!
Until next time…
Holla world it’s SmittNation.
Cess Wonder, Duss Smitto, and R.H. Bless star as 2 Kings, 1 Queen live from the Barclays Center.
I always want to start off by saying salute to all my true Hip hop heads.As I read through some of my favorite magazines and other websites, I see that this game is getting more sour and sour by the minute. The truth about the culture and what it was built on is lost forever in my opinion until these new artists learn their history and what the business is about. Otherwise we’ll always be behind in our own creation.
Look at Lil B. This nigga is a clown. He stands for nothing in the game, He is nothing but a target for a real niggas’ pockets. (laughing) This is why it’s so hard for real artist to get signed now because artists like wack ass Future are just holding up space. Let’s see how many new rappers make it past their first album. It’s so bad that New York ain’t even supporting their own artists at all, but they can play Young Money all day. Lil Wayne’s time is up. He needs to put the mic down and skateboard his life away (laughing).
Busta Rhymes is another one. Who the fuck cares to hear a album from him? These old rappers ain’t no better.
Well until next time. I’m going to review Nas’ new album because I think it’s trash. (laughing)
Holla world it’s SmittNation.
In promotion of his very dope street album Power of Association, R.H. Bless is releasing two singles per week for three weeks followed by videos for each of those joints. Check out the first two and bump loud!
R.H. Bless- Space And Opportunity feat.Duss Smitto and Cess Wonder
R.H. Bless- That’s Power feat. Cess Wonder and Duss Smitto