No two men are one in the same and that especially rings true for Radcliff Music! Where many would faulter, Radcfliff thrives. Could be his raw mindset etched in lyrics like, “I’m going to keep on dropping music bitch, I’m good on the fame“. This mentality allows him to rise above, no matter what the situation, because his dedication to his authenticity. Influenced by no man but himself, he spits his words in raw form in a spree of releases this month.
June 25th 2018, Anthony Radcliff aka Radcliff Music, dropped the visual to his single GET AROUND. This is a significant project from Radcliff because it’s good to see the veteran free styler spit bars in Central Park! The string of rhymes that stand out the most is, “You n***as phony, finesse the system looking like a fraud, and I’m just in there, we ain’t sipping tea like the frog, no kermit, you could play the bench like McDermott!” If you’re not familiar with Radcliff Music, start with this visual and then go through his catalog! He has quite a lot of work with over seven tapes of music fully distributed and much performance footage and music videos to be found on his YouTube channel.
Radcliff hits another milestone with a pop up collaboration. Working with the Ryan Show on 98.1 Urban Heat Radio, a podcast radio in Boston, Massachusetts, Radcliff gives their setup a nice intro track. Working with Ysness to produce a theme song for the radio, they hit the Ryan Show with a one of a kind introduction. Always with the realest rhymes, Ysness balances out Radcliffs street bravado with sensual vocal harmony, over a smooth beat by Cool The Ruler. Aired first on the twenty sixth of September; visuals soon to come!
Consistency, hard work, perseverance and an eagerness to learn to be one of the best! Anthony Radcliff aka Radcliff Music is in a league all in his own making. He raps, produces, engineers himself and he freestyles his ass off, just ask 606. And above all he actually drops records regularly and is in the process of building a catalog and legacy that will cement him as a hip hop legend.
Radcliff has been making literal moves, he recently got back from a show in Omaha Nebraska, and is now in LA doing a show with the majority of the Ever Evolved team. He is opening up for Method Man and Red Man mid August opened up for Cam’Ron earlier this year and Curren$y, twice. He has been dropping self produced tapes and singles this throughout 2019 and we are only halfway done with the year. Also dropping a remix and music video to Big L’s Flamboyant track a few weeks ago into June. I don noy know what else to call that besides real, hard work.
Radcliff Music is the truth and not the gimmick, in reference to his song, because he actually lives off of music and hip hop. He can freestyle or write, he can compose a beat, he does not need backing vocals, he is nice with the hooks, and he is nice with the lyrics and the flow. With a catalog of already over 50 songs released Ever Evolve recognizes Radcliff Music for his dedication to the craft of music and record making. Some of his popular tracks include WATCH ME off of his POP QUIZ project, his single Fall N Off, and his new single STEELERS!
Radcliff is gearing up to take the stage with Essse, CMac, JaiTheArtist, UNDFTD of the North, and William Bolanos in Los Angeles, California in collaboration with ScoBrazy, Octo5quid, Keyblayd and Bunny Liiu. He is about to put on and represent for the city of Chicago and show the West Coast how real, off the cuff spitters perform and express the culture of hip hop. Salute to Radcliff Music.
Radcliff builds off the release of his Album Educated Low Life but the flow never ceases from this man so more music is inevitable. You had to have caught ‘Low Lives being hyped up with this spoken word interlude visual with thought provoking lyrics. Releasing the set on Spinrilla making it exclusive to hip hop fanatics off of soundcloud. Not that he is against the platform he has several uploads to his account from remixes to originals and freestyles. His latest release comes as a music video for Different Day filmed by OTKST Society.
Radcliff coming for your dreams once he steps up to the mic. Getting ready to release his next project Educated Low Lives Pt II, all aspiring rap artists are gonna have to run for their money once it drops. Releasing a few tracks to preview. Saying Fuck Your Dreams in his latest one following his last original single Fall-N-Off, the two tracks themselves are bona fide. Light work however for this freestyle master who just came back from a New York show. With a couple remix releases out as well as collaborations with SafiG and Ever Evolved you got plenty to play on repeat till Part II.
Reminiscing back to Show N Love at Sub T in Wicker Park you have to be reminded of the talent brewing in Ever Evolved Studio. Plenty of recent releases and events coming and going. A couple of independent singles and a wild collab track. We also had our buddy and talented videographer Brandon Holmes put together a highlight video of some successful events and celebrations, holding only a little bit of an idea of whats to come!
The video would be covering bits of footage from up to three events, recorded by Brandon and Canon Montana, showing the vibrant crowds that come to support. Background music is produced and recorded in house as well with the producers and hip hop artists and Ever Evolved members on stage and on screen, Rhymster and Radcliff. Engineers Gridlock Andy and Frekwenzy showing love at the studio with amazing produciton.
Most recently a project packed with Ever Evolved artists and affiliates release a single Check A Bagg produced by DJ Marskiss. Rhymster, Radcliff, Terry Tertiary, Candy Irene, Mike Booth, Safe G and Essse with the huge collaboration and a mouthful ofwords onto a 3 minute beat. A unique blend of styles between all these creatives. Interesting enough all these artists are scheduled to release more independent singles and collaboration projects and singles heading into the warmer seasons so follow for updates!
Continuing the hard work at Ever Evolved Studios Frekwenzy and Rhymster, in between recording clients, completed a 8 track mixtape. The multi-talented artists put all their work in it from the cover art to the mastering. Rhymster with the original flow and production. Frekwenzy aims his focus on production and mastering. You can hear the quality in Chicago Interlude; like fresh air on a bridge.
With the studio running 24/7 the two invite a couple talented local artists out to share the mic or even take over a few tracks. Fafaa Delvale enlightens with vocals that adds some ambience takes the mic on Gamblin and Why You Askin featuring Terry Tertiary. John Renaissance joins the tape on KCVP. Don Larone and Radcliff Right After, this is some one of a kind talent on the list give them all a follow.