Joe Blow is just the rapper to listen to if you want to feel like you’re on the porch, in a beach chair, catching up with a close friend who just came back from somewhere between doing a long bid and fighting a war in a third world country. Also it’s kinda like that scene in Fresh when Samuel L. Jackson is schoolin’ son about the importance of time (over everything) and how it relates to the game (chess): the key and relevant-to-this-post message being that “you can’t buy back time.” Life lessons over a buttery, saxophone-led yacht slapper. The god is coining this “dock of the bay rap.” Off of Joe‘s new album M.O.B.
“Time Ain’t Money”
Seriously when the sax is utilized properly, it always makes things better.
Joe Blow, the Northern California emcee brings this laidback banger titled “Paradise” produced by AK-47 to the table from his recently released M.O.B. (My Other Brother) album, which you can grab here.
Joe Blow gets sentimental in his latest video for “How Many Times”. Track is off upcoming mixtape Check A Real Nigga Out. Don’t want to wait for new Joe Blow music? No need to, he dropped an incredible album today, Real Recoginize Real which I would advise that you cop.
Should also check out a great interview with Joe Blow over at Thizzler.
Joe Blow and Husalah go in over Lil B‘s “I’m God”. When you have rappers with strong deliveries the Clams Casino atmospherics are actually enjoyable as opposed to seeming like a cover up for mediocre emceeing.
Joe Blow & Husalah – “I’m God” Remix (Produced by Clams Casino)