Thursday, February 1, 2018

#SQUAAAD - Phire Nation

So, I think it's fair to say that we are starting off 2018 on the right path. WhisperMuzik had the opportunity to collaborate with a few other cliques in the city to give you guys a dope hip hop project.

Camp Phire Connection hosts this project titled "Phire Nation",
...and included WhisperMuzik, BlvkTovd, Folklore, and SkyHighTribe.

Beats!! Bars!! Lyrical carnage!! These cliques represented Detroit the hardest!

LOL! It's not funny if you have to explain the joke. Anyway, click the link below to get your copy and bless your ears! You know you deserve it!

Phire Nation dropped 26 January 2018 and is available on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, etc. 

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

2017 Recap

What up doe?

2017 hasn’t been good to everyone, BUT as a unit, we’ve had a successful year.

Rain Darko x The Holdover – Even though it was Christmas 2016 technically, we’re still going to count that as a 2017 success. Rain Darko’s first project, ‘The Holdover’ made way to our ears with 13 blessings total. As we wait for Darko’s next project, I guess we will be hearing him spaz on his recent features with Camp Phire Connection and friends.

Listen to “The Holdover” by Rain Darko

Ressy B x All I Ever Knew – ALL SUMMER 17, this is all we talked about. Ressy B came with his third mixtape ‘All I Ever Knew’. If you have NOT heard this project, I suggest you hop onto Bandcamp’s website and download this mixtape. I don’t want to spoil it for you if you haven’t heard it yet, but I will assure you…. It is fire flamez!!!

Listen to “All I Ever Knew” by Ressy B

Whisper x 4ever Edition – Whisper is such a cheeseball! The 4ever Edition of TNB4 also dropped this year, with 6 additional songs, making the project 38 tracks total. The additional songs were those that “didn’t make the cut” and a few newly recorded tracks. I don’t know what you’ve been doing with your life if you haven’t heard #TNB4, it’s been out since, like, “4ever”. You like what I did there?? Eh, anyway, and just as we are almost sick and tired of this mixtape, Whisper announces new music for 2018 – like, it’s pretty much guaranteed. We are excited for this!

Listen to “Tha Nu Beginnin’ 4ever” by KaOus aka Whisper

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Quick #TNB4 Breakdown

With people asking a crapload of questions, we at WhisperMuzik decided to drag Whisper down here to get some of these questions answered. We wrote down 10 frequently asked questions and had Whisper pull 5 of them out the hat.

FAQ: What is #TNB4 about? And why is it named #TNB4?

Whisper: Firstly, I think you have to have a deeper understanding of what it is in order to give it a name that is appropriate. I named it 'Tha Nu Beginnin' 4' because it's the 4th one I did based on my new beginnings. The spelling matters to me, so quick breakdown:

Tha - urban spelling of the
Nu - frequency
Beginning - new or inexperienced

. . . And this is the 4th installment.

The TNB Series is mostly about my personal experiences, whereas other songs I make may not necessarily reflect that. 

Q: Did you spell it "Tha" because you think it's cool?
A: I spelled it that way so you'll have an idea on what type of environment I came out of. What's cool? Perception.

Q: Why so many songs?
A: So, I've probably made about 150 tracks for this 1 mixtape, only 38 were good enough to elaborate the story well enough. There were so many things I wanted to touch on but as I got older, some things I didn't really care to speak on and I needed to finish the stories and cliffhangers purposely left on TNB3.

Q: What's your favorite song on TNB4? And why?
A: Um, "Whatchu Talkin' Bout". Second to that is "F.T.A." "Whatchu Takin' Bout" is my favorite because: 1, the title is asking a "bout" to elaborate; 2, injustice among Blacks in America is the most talked about; 3, most folks do not register the connection between the first and second verse - which is the "waking up" process; basically, it was the mini version of the story of how I actually found enlightenment. I make an effort to dress songs to sound a certain way because I don't want to be obvious all of the time. "F.T.A." is a perspective response to "Whatchu Talkin' Bout" - like, imagine a devil on one shoulder and an angel on the other; one of them (angel or devil)  talking is how FTA came about.

Q: Would you consider yourself a conscious rapper?
A: I'm conscious as a person, not as a rapper. I only rap about the things I'm familiar with, so that's why you get the "conscious lyrics" at times.

Q: What's one thing that you wish you had not started in your music that you still do?
A: So, because I'm always seeking knowledge (filtered), the people around me usually want me to have more "conscious" lyrics, yet I love being ratchet. I guess, to answer the question, appealing to people. Even though I know better, I like clowning. Turn up! I value the opinions of many, I don't want to disappoint however some just can't separate the art from the artist. I feel weird when I can connect on so many levels, and not music because folk on their high horse. It's just a song to me, but the word choice and the vibrations blah, blah, yeah...

Friday, December 30, 2016

The Holdover

Jolly Gee Wilikers!!!

As the year comes to a close, and many make New Years Resolutions that will be forgotten about before Martin Luther King Day... we need a soundtrack that is witty and clever because being redundant is THEE social norm, especially in hip hop music.

Ladies and Gentleman of the Blue Planet...

The very, very long awaited...

'The Holdover' mixtape by

(don... don... dunnnn.....)

Rain Darko.

This is the first official release by Darko. The 13-track project features productions from Syck Toonami & Whisper, and a few others.


01. Intro (produced by Syck Toonami)
02. ifo (feat. Ressy B & KaOus aka Whisper) (produced by Parallax)
03. Psycho
04. Rain Nargis (Goodbye Lite) (produced by HM Green)
05. BeatBox (produced by Syck Toonami)
06. Session with Detroit Poetry Society
07. Tall Grass (feat. Dah Fam) (produced by Nate J)
08. Hamekameha
09. Zmxke II (feat. Yung Souja)
10. Falcon Punch (feat. Kyo & Savior Monroe of Camp Phire Connection, Moonman & Kilgo from The Tryadz and Whisper)
11. Obelisk (produced by Jerrod Hinton)
12. WhisperTovd / Camp Phire (feat. Kyo & Savior Monroe of Camp Phire Connection, Octane & Yung Souja of Blvk Tovd, and Whisper) (produced by itsGoodBeats)
13. The Truth


AR 15 gets #TheHandover

Monday, November 28, 2016

TNB4 is Here

Back before the world was going to end in 2012, people were waiting on TNB4. Before Ebola viruses, before Obama's 2nd term, before the Drake frenzy, people were waiting on TNB4.

We've been waiting so long, not just on TNB4, but for Whisper himself to release a project. We haven't heard Whisper since 2013! We are very anxious.!

Tha Nu Beginnin' mixtape series started in 2008; the second installment released in 2009; and the third in 2011. Tha Nu Beginnin' Mixtape Series is for those who are sick of traditional rap and hip hop, and need something different - but with substance and relatability .

This is definitely for the anti-mainstream music heads! This mixtape for anyone breathing right now. After listening to the mixtape from front to back, I must say, you HAVE TO LISTEN TO THIS TAPE.
Any conversation about it before hand is just "Spoiler Alert" and we don't want to spoil it for ANYONE.

Enough chatter. . .
Just listen. . . and enjoy.


Thursday, September 1, 2016

Kay Nucents x vibrateHIGHER

KAY NUCENTS releases his new EP

Kay Nucents is a producer for WhisperMuzik.

Formally titled: TRANSform
Composed: 2013 - 2016
Album Art: Whisper
Photography: Syck Toonami
Produced by: Kay Nucents
Released: July 11, 2016

Physical Copies Only
To Order Your Copy, Email:

Shipping Available To Anywhere In The U.S.A.
Donations accepted via PayPal & Money Order

Monday, February 1, 2016

Syck Toonami x Kay Nucents

WhisperMuzik goes back to the electro sound with this one. This projects starts and finishes with the same sample - opens with Syck Toonami & closes with Kay Nucents, however the duo offers the nicest of peanut butter and jelly blends known to date.

This is the best thing for your music playlist. Trust me.

1. Bluxross (Syck Toonami)

2. Agony

3. Need Dollars

4. White Rabbits

5. Red Lines (Kay Nucents)