While You Were Sleeping: Top 15 Underground Hip-Hop Albums Of November 2013 (Part 2)
“While You Were Sleeping” exists purely to showcase quality indie and underground Hip-Hop/Rap releases that are regularly overlooked, under promoted or downright ignored by most supposed “Rap” or “Hip-Hop” sites.
How this NORMALLY works is I pick 10 indie/underground projects from the first half of a month and at the end of the month we post another 10 selections for a total of 20 albums a month. Both October and November have forced me to rethink my previous posting format due to the fact I received & heard an overwhelming amount of quality music this month, thus leading me to expand and showcase 30 albums instead. I will showcase 15 now and 15 more next week complete with streaming and purchase links. For that reason I unfortunately had to bypass write ups for each release due to time constraints.
If you missed the previous entries of Hip Hop Wired’s “While You Were Sleeping” series you can just click here and feel free to revisit the previous WYWS installments covering the first 11 months of 2013 (including this post) at your own leisure. Now that we’ve gotten all of that out of the way? Let’s finally get down to business:
Here’s what you all may have missed, while you were sleeping…
Louis Logic – Look On The Blight Side (Fake Four Inc.) 11.12.2013
MoRuf – Shades.Of.Mofo (DJ Booth) 11.12.2013
Asheru – Sleepless In Soweto (Gorilla Arts Ink) 11.12.2013
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