Check out how the underground can grow through podcasts and open up huge opportunities for committed underground artists. Beyond the scope of most media podcasting is open for free flowin' lyricists to spit and re-establish the power of underground hip hop in its latest form.Nostic is here get the word out for underground rappers and the new era of hip hop styles that wouldn't be played in the media or your typical radio.In the underground we grow in basements continue to flow even if we don't make it.
Systematic Planet01/10/2006 Duración: 02min
Nostic takes a stab at the fucked indecencies of our human evolution and the asphyxiation from daily reality being made by this systematic planet.
Its a Struggle12/09/2006 Duración: 03min
Nostic wrote this song specifically for anyone who is stuck in life or a state of depression. Nostic shares a sympathetic vibe and talks about the steps to acheivement. This was created when Nostic and his close friend Brad were discussing how everything in life is a struggle so Nostic wants to shout out to his homy Brad for not being able to make it on the track.
Stand Up12/09/2006 Duración: 04min
Nostic brings a subliminal message to this track calling for people to STAND UP and start speaking their minds to collaborate groups that provoke change in our society and how it is run. Nostic's style truly flows on this Root's Instrumental 'You Got Me' by reaching out for truth and sincerity.
Rico Suave12/09/2006 Duración: 02min
This track describes a player in his prime as Rico Suave who is affluent in his knowledge and smooth with the ladies. Nostic brings a Reggaetone/Latin vibe to this hip hop track as produced and written by Nostic.
To The Beat12/09/2006 Duración: 03min
Nostic collaborates with Chelsea Broback; a local singer who frequently produces classical music and performs at Victoria athletic events singing opening National Anthems. Nostic created this track as a mello mix for simple times and positive energy.
Underground Upbringing Intro12/09/2006 Duración: 02min
Check out how the underground can grow through podcasts and open up huge opportunities for committed underground artists. Beyond the scope of most media podcasting is open for free flowin' lyricists to spit and re-establish the power of underground hip hop in its latest form.