In preparation of his next project, Rob White, Push! cuts up on his latest track featuring Sean Price.
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Track 42 “Brilliance” by Charmingly Ghetto prod. by ATG
What we have here is some unadulterated (and celebratory) hip-hop with that throwback feel that goes hard on the lyrical tip. This one stays on repeat. – Ego Trip Land
Coming off of Charmingly Ghetto‘s new project Of The Meaning Of Progress is the new single “I’ve Arrived” featuring REKS, Murph Watkins and Katrina Renee rocking over the ill production of ATG. I was sleeping on Of The Meaning Of Progress until the other day, don’t make the same mistake and hit DJBooth.net for the free download. – Kevin Nottingham.com
Executive produced by ATG, Charmingly Ghetto’s album Of The Meaning of Progress dropped July 2 2013. The project packs 11 original jams from the underground rhymesayer, including reader-acclaimed singles “Redefined,” “Got to Get Away” and “Sleepy People.” Joining Charmingly Ghetto on the guest tip throughout Of the Meaning of Progress are Chaundon, Koncept, Katrina Renee, REKS, Murph Watkins and Omar Aura. All production on the set comes courtesy of ATG.
- Accidental Martyr
- Losing ft. Chaundon and Koncept
- Dreams Are ft. Katrina Renee
- Got To Get Away ft. Katrina Renee
- I’ve Arrived ft. REKS and Murph Watkins
- Forget Rappers ft. Omar Aura
- Sleepy People
- Vice Versa
A little more than a week has passed since Charmingly Ghetto delivered his most recent release to the internet, a rather fantastic mixtape entitled Of The Meaning Of Progress, that can be more fairly described as a free album. The project, entirely produced by ATG (who has crafted records for the likes of REKS and Fashawn), carries a dark tone that matches the seriousness of Ghetto’s subject matter, which ranges from the effects of cell phone addiction to the loss of life. – Andrew Martin of Potholes In My Blog
Of The Meaning of Progress was featured by The Best of Both Offices on its “99 Projects But Suffering From Success Ain’t 1” list:
With 2013 being one of the greatest years for both major and independent releases, it’s hard to cry, “hip-hop is dead.” Whether based on content, lyricism, delivery, wordplay, production, structure or creativity, it’s safe to say these are 99 [diverse] projects are worth giving a spin as you head into 2014. – The Best of Both Offices