The HMC crew is back at it with the K Jotham and Daimon Miles assisted single, "Mirrors." Coming off the success of, "Make It Home," this latest release proves to be just as dope. The "Mirrors" short finds K Jotham and Daimon Miles making their way through a run down dilapidated house; seemingly symbolic to the tracks content. Pulling from past experiences of despair and struggle, Jotham and Miles shed light to their grind over the eerie Kooleidoscope produced instrumental, bringing us a track that everyone can relate to on one level or another. What I dig most about The HMC is the fact that they are always coming with that real life mood music. Jotham and Miles are brutally honest and unapologetic on this joint right here; nothing is sugar coated. I'm sure there are a million emcees out there who wish they could have snagged this location for their video shoot. The "Mirrors" video looks like its been pulled right out of a Wes Craven flick. I'm always stoked when the HMC releases new content. This crew always ups the ante with their songs and visuals making them one of the most exciting rosters in the game. "Mirrors" is haunting, captivating and above all else dope. Be sure to check out the HMC's latest, and as always, show some love in the comment section below.
The HMC crew is back with a huge posse cut titled, "Make It Home." When you look back at the cyphers, videos and singles the HMC crew have complied over the past few months there's not a question as to why this roster has made such big strides in the hip hop scene. While every artist in the HMC is heavily active/ successful in their own ventures, I always get excited I see a group track released. The Jesse Truman and Nick Kazlovskis directed video finds YS, K Jotham and Mr. X making their way through the Hamilton streets reminiscing on past struggles, accomplishments and future endeavors; a scenario that all artists can relate to in one way or another. When you've put in your time with this hop thing, it's essential to stay hungry and treat each aspect of your craft the same way a day one artist does. Looking at the moves the HMC have made over the years its evident that the boys looking to take the game over. If you've had the chance to see the HMC crew live, you already know the crew gets down- anytime the collective meets up for a live performance the turn up is always raised to another level. When describing the theme of "Make It Home," Mr. X revealed that after live shows there is always some kind of altercation that occurs; whether its a run in with the law or late night high jinks the team simply wants to make it home in one piece. Be sure to check this latest video out, and show some love in the comment section below.
Hive Mind Collective emcee Daimon Miles drops his first music video, "Young Noah." "Young Noah," is the perfect introduction to what talent the Hamilton emcee can bring to the game. From the jump, Miles lets the listeners know that he is a student of the game, and is looking to bring back that thought provoking hip hop that the heads are searching for. The opening lines alone sum up the state of hip hop today; and this dude is looking to shake things up. Miles and the HMC are a team to keep your eyes on. Be sure to check this track out, as well as the previous HMC cyphers. "my words are thearaputic, the music is soul medicne/ rappers got flows, but they lyrics aint got no message in em".
Daimon Miles, Mr. X and K. Jotham of the HMC crew drop off a new track for the people titled, "That Boy Good." The Hive Mind Collective (HMC) is a crew of like minded emcees who are looking to lay a foundation for progressive rap. Check out the crews latest single, and If you missed the HMC cold blooded cypher, be sure to take that in as well.