Skeme Set to Take Over with Ingleworld Album Release
Inglewood’s brought hip hop innovative artists in every era of West Coast hip hop. Fast forward to 2013 and the city’s creative element is still in full effect. Inglewood artist Skeme released Ingleworld and is set to take over the West Coast hip hop scene. The album delivers an auditory experience with production from Boi-1nda, Wizzo, and Sean Momberger while Skeme’s lyrical mix of hood sh*t and raspy and inventive rhyme schemes balance to make a dope sound throughout the album. Features include Iggy Azelea, Wale, Dom Kennedy, and Nipsey Hussle. Skeme, the self-proclaimed unofficial fifth member of Black Hippy, has dropped visuals for the album including “Oversick” and “Millions” along with singles including “Different” and “Poundcake”. Ingleworld shows us Skeme’s transition to a more significant factor on the West. Download Ingleworld on iTunes now and keep it locked to TheIndustryWest.com!
“You’re now in tune with the most underrated n*ggas in rap, Young SK El Jefe n*gga we back,
Whatchu thought, cause I was gone for minute that I wasn’t going to return and try to strong arm this business!”
Skeme – Oversick