Posts Tagged ‘Na Palm’

After leaking several tracks through various music blogs, today Na Palm finally releases his full 23-track mixtape – Dirty Girls Like Dirty Beats. We previously introduced Chicago-native, Na Palm in mid-July with the release of his emotional hip-hop/ballad “Time to Rise,” but on this latest work, Palm makes it clear that his style is an upbeat one, reminiscent of the glitzy club scene. Rhyming over mainstream instrumentals like Pink’s “Sober” and Drake’s “Forever,” Na Palm attempts to prove his place in the hip-hop world… and does a damn good job. Be sure to check out the new mixtape, and my favorite track off the album “Road To Fame” featuring the smokey vocals of Ben Fuller.

Na Palm – Road To Fame

Na Palm – Time To Rise

Posted: July 11, 2010 by nosebleed1 in good music
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Na Palm is a new rapper out of Chicago that has largely increased his fan base since his inclusion on the release of BroBible’s Summer Mixtape. His song included on that album, “What’s Yo Name,” reveals the rappers popularity with the college/frat/drunken party scene, but it’s his new release, Time To Rise, that has worked to solidify Na Palm’s reputation. Time to Rise is a song about his journey through music and its effects on himself and his family. It wasn’t until after graduating from Eastern Illinois University that this young artist decided to make music his life, and soon we will see the result of his efforts in his upcoming studio album. Word has it that famed producer Prolyfic has been working with Na Palm and his team, so expect great things.

Na Palm – What’s Yo Name

Na Palm – Time To Rise