“The bigger the risk, the bigger the gain–it’s enormous.”
Miami, Florida, rapper Xleoniduz has been featured here a few times now, and this time around, he’s hit us with two brand new singles. They are both quite different from each other, providing more insight into his environment and past than we’ve seen thus far in his freestyles. The first of the two records, “Front Door,” is a look into the mind of a trapper who is a product of his environment; the song is [perhaps] a glimpse into his past pre-rap-life rap focus. “I remember being broke and having no hope…serving fiends right at that corner store.” There is usually only a few ways out of that life, the song is both a street-kid anthem and celebration of advancement.
The second record, “Dade County,” is an ode to his stomping grounds–which happens to be one of the top 20 most dangerous cities in America. The slow, bassy record features fellow Miami rapper L.E.O., an artist and painter who is also starting to bubble; you can check out his short film here if you’re interested.
As usual, we’re digging his stuff. We’ll continue to keep you up to date with his releases as they drop. For now, knock around the new records below, and mash the share button if you’re feeling it too.