Tag Archives: AGO

Joose The Conqueror – Insomnia

 Hip-Hop/Rap 
 LP  

Joose The Conqueror commits a heavy stack of point-perfect and effortlessly spit rhymes to a string of expansive, late-night-ride-out bumps on the freshly pressed album Insomnia (HERE). Man…this is one cohesive, clever, and just straight-up-and-down dope album that deserves to be regarded as one of the tightest releases to drop this year.

Joose The Conqueror – Murray Hill

 Hip-Hop/Rap 
 Live45’s

Joose The Conqueror sets down some laid-back brilliance over a cool breeze coasting, Mozaic produced beat on the brand new single “Murray Hill”. 

 

LIVE45’s | Joose- Figures

 Hip-Hop/Rap 

New music from Astronaut Gang/AGO member Joose, who drops some sharp and magnetic rhymes on this recently leaked “Figures” single. There’s a real live mix of vibes on this one as London-based beatmaker OTG lays out a vaporous and unrushed, trap-vibe track for the young & hungry lyricist to spit some striving, “aiming for the throne” styled of rhymes to.

LIVE45’s | Mozaic- Crushed Potpourri

 Beats/Instrumentals 

New sounds from producer Mozaic from the AGO/Astronaut Gang collective. I’m assuming this laid-back, electric jazz influenced hip-hop instrumental entitled “Crushed Potpourri” is from Mozaic‘s upcoming Utopia EP (Side A).  Simply good music that’s highly recommended by yours truly. Press play and dig the sounds!

LIVE45’s | Joose- Sunakku

New music from A.G.O Music representer Joose via this newly leaked Sunakku” track. Over some sparse piano lines and thumping drums courtesy of producer Marcus Yates, the Grand Rapids, MI native offers up a tight freestyle-type track  for the people to get into. And, in an effort to make the most of the wide-ranging hustle and drive that seems to be present in many of today younger artists, Joose is also selling prints of the single’s cover art, which is an original piece by the artist himself (get your copy here).

NEW RELEASE | Joose- Cruise Control

Top shelf hip hop music from Michigan emcee Joose. The set definitely lives up to its “cruise control” title as Joose uses his laid-back rhyme style and cool-out demeanor to create an album filled with feel good, “bump-it-in-the-car” type of music.  Short, sweet and to the point, the overall sound of Cruise Control falls somewhere between the traditional southern trap-music of the early 2000’s and the newer trap-style music coming from labels like Soulection and Darker Than Wax. On tracks like California Girlsand “Bonita“, Joose commands the spotlight by addressing tried