West Philadelphia rapper/producer Goldmine shares two tracks “Paper Plates” and “Loser” from his stash.
“Paper Plates” is the first cut on deck and it’s a lyric dense record that displays his lyrical prowess. Over a punchy and somewhat moody soundscape, he proceeds to destroy the mic with a stylish flow and vivid rhyme schemes with some elements of bravado which serve as the perfect introduction to the rapper’s style. The track is the first record of his new LP.
“Loser” sees him teaming up with Young Wabo for a reflective and soulful collaboration. The production has a solemn and somewhat reflective aesthetic and Goldmine sure feels at home. His rhymes are sharp, lyrics are candid and somewhat carefree. Young Wabo also comes through with vivid lyrical imagery.
Both tracks are taken from his new self-produced album entitled Secret Handshakes.
Goldmine is a 21 year old independent rapper and producer based in West Philadelphia. He frequently collaborates with other rising Philly artists and has performed at various shows and festivals all over the city. He makes heavy beats with sweet, technical production and then adds his bars which never fail to impress. Goldmine’s goal is to continue rising as an artist and also place beats with other artists as a producer. His catalogue includes the high-energy banger “Rocky”, The Precious Metals EP, and his new album Secret Handshakescomes out June 17th.