Privy Life Music Group & Boyz Life Entertainment presents.. “95’Vibes”- by QU AMAZEN MOST & BOTTEMLINE!!!!!!!!!

The Beginning!!!
“95’Vibes” front Cover
95′ Vibes track listing
Qu Amazen Most & BottemLine

QU Amazen Most & Bottemline are two veteran Queens NY mc’s who both have been grinding independently on the underground NYC circuit. In early 2018 the two artist from seperate indie labels dropped a series of freestyles which eventually led to a joint album entitled “95 VIBES”.Released mid July of 2020 this project contains 15 original produced tracks and slew of features from some of New Yorks sickest spitters.

Hip Hop Raised Me The Blog Review of 95′ Vibes by C.E.O Dream

95 Vibes” By Two Veteran
Artist Q.U AMAZEN & BOTTEM LINE from out of Queens, Ny. Who came together in early 2018 with a series of freestyles that led to a full joint album. “95 Vibes” which features 15 dope cuts as well skits with some of New Yorks most incredible talented artists.

From the title alone, It takes you back to the golden era of Hip Hip. The album cover has a collage of  significant images of their home town. These queens emcees brought a dope energetic vibe that didnt disappoint or tarnish the lyrical legacy the Q Borough has been known for

“95’Vibes” Intro- QU Amazen Most & BottemLine featuring Dj Gully shot & directed by KsharkTV

Track 1:,
Title cut “95Vibes” ft Dj Gully QU AMAZEN MOST comes off very strong from off his introduction “This rhyme was inspired by 6ixNine/ So when you getting money just know you can get time/ and don’t ask kids/ for vocals & adlibs/ if you trying to run a brand that started from bad biz” every line after hit hard with substance  making it easy listening. BOTTEMLINE follows with ” Live on the set/ Bottom shine like begets/ on my tombstone tell em that died for respect/ in the mean time/ im talking in between time time/ never let a thing slide i vow to squeeze mines” while DJ GULLY end its with a strong anchor “Cook shit/ G on his bully & book shit/ make a movie out the nigga he move when I took shit/ blue steel six shot aint got no push ships/ but its all muscle get something nice in my grip” ending it off with strong lyrics.

“This rhyme was inspired by 6ixNine/ So when you getting money just know you can get time/ and don’t ask kids/ for vocals & adlibs/ if you trying to run a brand that started from bad biz”

QU Amazen Most verse on 95′ Vibes

Live on the set/ Bottem shine like begets/ on my tombstone tell em that died for respect/ in the mean time/ im talking in between time time/ never let a thing slide i vow to squeeze mines”

BottemLine verse on “95’Vibes”

Cook shit/ G on his bully & book shit/ make a movie out the nigga he move when I took shit/ blue steel six shot aint got no push ships/ but its all muscle get something nice in my grip”

Dj Gully verse on “95′ Vibes”
Qu Amazen Most & BottemLine

Track 2:
FactO” featuring Billboard P a nice song with a dope beat and a ill bounce to it. The bravado displayed between these lyricist & catchy hook summarize how they hold it down for their city matter of fact the whole new york. Definitely a song that you can hear bumping out of a car at the light to ask the driver “yo who that??? For them to reply thats that “FactO” by QU AMAZEN MOST, BOTTEM LINE & BILLBOARD P!!

Track 3:
Never Leaving QueensQU AMAZEN MOST & BOTTEMLINE represent with an ode & tribute of their hometown & as they saying goes Queens Get The Money” this track is one big metaphor defining Queens County and everything associated with it. From paying homage & respect to their legends of hip hop who represent their beloved borough. Its a cool vibe and playlist worthy. The visuals for this would be dope from the lyrics you can envision every bar.

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Track 4:
Figured It Out” featuring (Rock Rome & Risto Sin) This Track had a different vibe than the previous three. Aggressive with a bounce a cross between That U.K drill sound with a dope party vibe . The hook comes in and gives you an idea where its  going with Rocky Rome kicks its off ” I guess you figured it out/ I had your Bitch in my house/ She couldn’t talk for the moment, she had a dick in her mouth see a opp then im taking em out/  don’t got it on me then im shaking it out/ most niggas be stuck in the hood but its about making it out” it wasn’t what he said it but how he said it that stood out. Bottemline follows ” know what it is know what it be/ follow the vibes coming from Queens/Killing em yall/ the illest involved me and my broad/ fit in the Porsche”” The flow was consistant & slick as well as straightforward. With Qu Amazen Most  anchoring with a calm & confident flow summarizing his song mates spitting ” Ima make it right cause you pussy’s got me wrong/ I aint worried about no snubs cause the 44 long (Boom)I figured it out/ I’m trying to get big in the south/ and head to the west how could I just sit in the house/

guess you figured it out/ I had your Bitch in my house/ She couldn’t talk for the moment, she had a dick in her mouth see a opp then im taking em out/  don’t got it on me then im shaking it out/ most niggas be stuck in the hood but its about making it out

Rocky Rome verse on “Figured It Out”

know what it is know what it be/ follow the vibes coming from Queens/Killing em yall/ the illest involved me and my broad/ fit in the Porsche

BottomLine verse on “Figured It Out”

“Ima make it right cause you pussy’s got me wrong/ I aint worried about no snubs cause the 44’s long/(Boom) I’m trying to get big in the south/ and head to the west / how could i just sit in the house”

QU Amazen Most verse on “Figured It Out”

Track 5:
IDK“- featuring (Infamilz)
A nice soulful joint that starts off with
The coldest intro but then proceeds with some straight punchlines that resonates in the mind Infamilz spits” I dont storytell I rap my actual life/ so you start a war with me then you have to go hide/ I get money, spend money then put half to the side/ the way I ball my chick should be on basketball wives” followed by Bottemline whose flow sounded like a young Illa Ghee adding “
I don’t know what they thought but they were thinking wrong/ We the illest on the planet turn the speakers on/ you know the heat is drawn/ we got the fire keep burning till the reapers gone/ I aint beat for those/ fronting in their Easter clothes/ I get you Peta Rolled as soon as the heaters blow/ you the ether flow/ Followed by Qu Amazen Most achoring with ” I got haters but I dont know why/ I don’t know I been fire coke dont lie/ I made a sacrifice but this goat dont die / all I know is success cause I don’t know try/ I dont know about your witch craft/ dont know about your bitch ass/ dont know if your ready to ride but im like six flags” the word play displayed on this joint gave it that classic new york feel.

“I dont storytell, I rap my actual life/ so you start a war with me then you have to go hide/ I get money, spend money then put half to the side/ the way I ball my chick should be on basketball wives”

Infamilz verse on “IDK”

I don’t know what they thought but they were thinking wrong/ We the illest on the planet turn the speakers on/ you know the heat is drawn/ we got the fire keep burning till the reapers gone/ I aint beat for those/ fronting in their Easter clothes/ I get you Peta Rolled as soon as the heaters blow/ you the ether flow/

BottemLine verse on “IDK’

” I got haters but I dont know why/ I don’t know I been fire coke dont lie/ I made a sacrifice but this goat dont die / all I know is success cause I don’t know try/ I dont know about your witch craft/ dont know about your bitch ass/ dont know if your ready to ride but im like six flags”

Qu Amazen Most verse in “IDK”

Track 6:
95 Vibes Radio” – featuring Pottz the Producer which had a funny skit based on the radio show a disk jockey on a call with his listeners. Then ends with him introducing a new song from Qu Amazen Most & Bottem Line

Track 7:
Truthful“- featuring King Arthur & Dj Gully . Now this was changed the mood of the album with a catchy chorus from King Arthur crooning ” I think its time to be truthful/ I never had a love like this / you never had a thug like this/ I show you how I does this shit / for you to be useful / baby you can call my line/ I’ll give it to one more time/ baby when you use my line”  Bottemline starts off the first verse as if he kicking with a love interest then says ” Yea I’m tired creeping / away for the weekend / even though your sweetness/ gotta nigga tweaking / i understand your man is in the dog house/ and you need a man like me to pull the whore out” then it hits you thats the song about being a side piece. Qu Amazen Most ends the song on the same topic spitting lyrics like ” You text first i text back/certied lady killer i confess that/ Got you trading your yankee for a Mets hat/ never said i was the best but im just that/ lets chat / you shouldve left  but you wont just curve me/ over thirty /and this player got a throwback jersey ” King Arthur ends off the song off with a small bridge and riffs.

Yea I’m tired creeping / away for the weekend / even though your sweetness/ gotta nigga tweaking / i understand your man is in the dog house/ and you need a man like me to pull the whore out”

BottemLine verse on “Truthful”

You text first i text back/certied lady killer i confess that/ Got you trading your yankee for a Mets hat/ never said i was the best but im just that/ lets chat / you shouldve left  but you wont just curve me/ over thirty /and this player got a throwback jersey “

QU Amazen Most Verse on “Truthful”

Track 8:
Day One“-
This track comes in with a dope sample then the base drops hard With Qu Amazen Most harmonizing the hook. Then Bottem line comes in with the first verse spitting bar after bar off fierce lines. A pure display of wordplay & shout outs to his day ones ” you aint never meet no niggas like mines they all real son/ got to keep my distance only deal with my real ones/  free my homie love out the box his time up now/ double I rocks them niggas know whats up now/ my brothers been silent/ day one they been wilding/ over real life shit that resorts to zero tolerance” Qu Amazen Most appears again with harmonizing on the hook while Bottomline ends it with more shout outs over adlibs.

you aint never meet no niggas like mines they all real son/ got to keep my distance only deal with my real ones/  free my homie love, out the box his time up now/ double I rocks them niggas know whats up now/ my brothers been silent/ day one they been wilding/ over real life shit that resorts to zero tolerance”

BottemLine verse on “Day One”

Track 9:
Dont Be Mad“- featuring Lingo
BOTTEMLINE line kicks it off with a first line” I’m somebody your mama owe money too/ and I’m comfortable saying it right in front of you/ im feeling wonderful / something like Mr. Perfect/ im talking the real version/ telling you  kiss my ass you dont deserve it/ whats the purpose/ and some of these hoes aint even worth it”
Felt then bars after and listening Bottom Line is a beast. The hook comes with a  classic new york flow of the golden era. LINGO was next on the second verse with a smooth and poised flow pinpointing the negativity of a hater “too many mad rappers word to D Dot/ talking all that jazz well learn to Be bop/ i rock steady consistently make bangers/ and if that make you mad thats some displaced anger” them lines were cold complemented with substance. QU AMAZEN MOST  anchors strong, dropping a witty flow. I don’t care if i win As long i got it in/ didn’t have a enemy till I shot a friend/I got coke / if your pops smoke/ you can’t beef if their not goats/ beats playing the block close” definitely replay worthy.

I’m somebody your mama owe money too/ and I’m comfortable saying it right in front of you/ im feeling wonderful / something like Mr. Perfect/ im talking the real version/ telling you  kiss my ass you dont deserve it/ whats the purpose/ and some of these hoes aint even worth it”

BottemLine verse on “Dont Be Mad”

“too many mad rappers word to D Dot/ talking all that jazz well learn to Be bop/ i rock steady consistently make bangers/ and if that make you mad thats some displaced anger”

Lingo verse on “Day One”

I don’t care if i win As long i got it in/ didn’t have a enemy till I shot a friend/I got coke / if your pops smoke/ you can’t beef if their not goats/ beats playing the block close”

Qu Amazen Most verse on “Day One”

Track 10:
“Fork in the Road”– featuring KKCD StatTho, & Michy Now this track came on with a distinct bounce with a unorthodox type of hook. STATTHO kicks off the first verse “What a hell of a feeling, the boys are back in town/ in my groove tho, now that’s how my stashes sound/ your boy be dipping/ FX black and fitting/ premium on the gas so my smoke is different”  spitting dope bars followed by The hook performed by Qu Amazen Most with  Bottemline with his veteran rhymes on the second verse”You rocking with the real chief rocker/ killa queens mobster/ still eating lobster/ still spilling vodka and pastas/ niggas know i gotsta, turn biggie smalls like who shot ya” right behind him was KKCD” im doing surgery,/ you wack niggas never heard of me/ back when the 13’s suede was burgundy/ flight jacket with a  black hoody/ under the shirt was the black fully / or the bone crusher for all you act silly’s” kind of reminded me if fabulous on clue mixtapes. Straight bars with a outtro from Michy

What a hell of a feeling, the boys are back in town/ in my groove tho, now that’s how my stashes sound/ your boy be dipping/ FX black and fitting/ premium on the gas so my smoke is different”

StatTho verse on “Fork in The Road”

You rocking with the real chief rocker/ killa queens mobster/ still eating lobster/ still spilling vodka and pastas/ niggas know i gotsta, turn biggie smalls like who shot ya

BottemLine verse on “Fork in the Road”

Track 11:
Shoot or Get Shot” – featuring Goddes Daye, Infamilz, & Koron kicking it off was Qu Amazen Most & Goddes Daye on the hook. First verse came from Bottemline spitting bars like “introducing the coldest of spitters you ever heard/ yea we giving out lessons and you niggas gone learn/ especially if it involves me/thats word to mobb deep/ anytime you start beef / I’ll stomp you into the concrete”  killed it as usual, Infamilz featured again and brought bar after bar of wisdom and experience ” they told me you know you popping when you got haters/ its a difference between gunnholders & the shot takers/ can’t get the pistol in the club so we got razors/ so if they say its static with me but its not major” while Koron finishes off the song with a dope anchor verse ” I let it ring blah, 12 Guage mossberg/:pump shots leaving em holy like the lost words/ twist lines all up & down like a crossword/ flow will move a nigga from imbalance & awkward” the bars these artist displayed was great chemistry. Tough underground track

“introducing the coldest of spitters you ever heard/ yea we giving out lessons and you niggas gone learn/ especially if it involves me/thats word to mobb deep/ anytime you start beef / I’ll stomp you into the concrete

BottemLine verse on “Shoot or Get Shot”

“they told me you know you popping when you got haters/ its a difference between gunnholders & the shot takers/ can’t get the pistol in the club so we got razors/ so if they say its static with me but its not major”

Infamilz verse on “Shoot or Get Shot”

I let it ring blah, 12 Guage mossberg/:pump shots leaving em holy like the lost words/ twist lines all up & down like a crossword/ flow will move a nigga from imbalance & awkward

Koron verse on “Shoot or Get Shot”

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Track 12:
Dirty LaundryDon Laydii
A soulful joint with Qu Amazen Most & Bottemline going back and forth with QU Amazen Most rapping about a girl to find out his homie Bottemline knew her to. They traded bars on how they knew the young lady.  It was very interesting storytelling track that takes a turn when Don Laydii get a call from both Emcees  but then she sets the record straight ” I aint never been a fraud and nan none of you niggas own me/ but how the fuck I come up in a convo with your homie/ oh that nigga say he know me/ so what if it’s true / he wasn’t fcking with me when I was fcking with you” she puts them both in their place and hangs up ending the song. Loved how that story came together. Dope song from beginning to end.

” I aint never been a fraud and nan none of you niggas own me/ but how the fuck I come up in a convo with your homie/ oh that nigga say he know me/ so what if it’s true / he wasn’t fcking with me when I was fcking with you”

Don Laydii verse on “Dirty Laundry

Track 13:
Gangsta– featuring Mizzy Maebac a posse cut with a repetitive hook delivered my BottemlineQu Amazen Most kicks off first verse spitting fire lyrics like ” as time grew we turn to alive to / i had money for one ounce but I wanted to buy two/ fresh pair of mello’s was yellow & sky blue/ was married to the game but never said I do”  Qu Amazen Most deserves to be mentioned amongst the greats that came before him. Bottemline voice on the hook sounds as gangsta as the title of the song. Mizzy Maebac follows with a calm second verse flowing boss like bars such as “Its Mizzy Maebac & Qu Amazen Most / im getting to that bread and I aint talking toast / if the hammer jam thats a razor blade right across your throat/ now thats gangsta like a blunt of runts you getting smoked” metaphor after metaphor with a strong energy. Bottomline anchors with a hard third verse as usual dropping cold lines like ” better understand where we coming from/ we don’t do one on ones/ when trouble comes/  niggas get to  dumping off a hundred guns/ rebel without a cause my broad strapped with sword/ cut a nigga ball for fronting he was a fraud.” Killing the verse with Gangsta lyrics with confidence.

“as time grew we turn to alive to / i had money for one ounce but I wanted to buy two/ fresh pair of mello’s was yellow & sky blue/ was married to the game but never said I do

Qu Amazen Most verse on “Gangsta”

“Its Mizzy Maebac & Qu Amazen Most / im getting to that bread and I aint talking toast / if the hammer jam thats a razor blade right across your throat/ now thats gangsta like a blunt of runts you getting smoked

Mizzy Maebac verse on “Gangsta”

better understand where we coming from/ we don’t do one on ones/ when trouble comes/  niggas get to  dumping off a hundred guns/ rebel without a cause my broad strapped with sword/ cut a nigga ball for fronting he was a fraud.

BottemLine verse on “Gangsta”

Track 14:
We All Eating– featuring Will Sully
BOTTEMLINE kicks off the first verse with captivating lyrics showcasing his skills spitting straight forward bars ” It never fails nigga/ i tried to tell niggas/ im the new man on fire welcome to hell nigga/ i even smelled with you/ they caught me smiling in my jail pictures” hands down Bottomline sounds good on the mic. WILL SULLY comes in on the second verse with a powerful verse “my brother died his tears froze/ where did all these years go/ just trying to keep the grim reaper from off my earlobe/ this is what its like on the wrong side of the rail road/ just my hoody and chukkas the boots gotta be steal toe” with QU AMAZEN MOST bringing a strong fire anchor ” breaking grams in a bag like nacho chips/ im just trying to be the man fck that macho shit/ one key in the street to unlock those strips/ how you a p.i.m.p when i got your bitch” Qu Amazen Most is nasty and displays it in every song & bar!!

breaking grams in a bag like nacho chips/ im just trying to be the man fck that macho shit/ one key in the street to unlock those strips/ how you a p.i.m.p when i got your bitch”

Qu Amazen Most verse in “We All Eating”

Track 15:
Coming for your souls“- featuring Thee lGoon
QU AMAZEN MOST kicks off the hook “Time to go to war nigga/  stacking bodies in the floor nigga / i let the shottie and the four hit you/ boom we coming for your souls ” Then starts off the first verse spitting that ” Body bag flow/ when i hunts the point its a body bag boat/ money bigger than fatal thats alot of cash flow/ she probably a good girl but she not a bad hoe” BOTTEMLINE follows with the second verse spitting compelling bars  “quote this / im focus/  spazzing on all the cyphers/when bottom gets to writing/ its like clash of the titans/or struck by some lightning/whats a bundle to kilo/ shit aint never sweet tho/ i peeped your whole steelo that combination between the two emcees lead to a wicked anchor from Thee Goon. Who had an ill unorthodox flow that was so  animated and dope that wouldn’t stop.

“Time to go to war nigga/  stacking bodies in the floor nigga / i let the shottie and the four hit you/ boom we coming for your souls ” Then starts off the first verse spitting that ” Body bag flow/ when i hunts the point its a body bag boat/ money bigger than fatal thats alot of cash flow/ she probably a good girl but she not a bad hoe”

Qu Amazen Most verse on “Come For Your Souls”

quote this / im focus/  spazzing on all the cyphers/when bottom gets to writing/ its like clash of the titans/or struck by some lightning/whats a bundle to kilo/ shit aint never sweet tho/ i peeped your whole steelo

BottemLine verse on “Come For Your Souls”

95’vibes Single Cover

After listening for a total of 5x, my take on 95′ Vibes it had a dope feel that resonates with in the golden era of the genre we all have grown to love. QU AMAZEN MOST & BOTTEMLINE are real dope emcees and Veterans who still preach the good gospel. In todays music scene this album/ mixtape was refreshing to hear. Two heads are always better than one and this dynamic duo put together a dope project collectively with their features, production and various topics this project earns a strong 4 ⭐⭐⭐⭐   underground rating for originality, substance, & skills!!!!

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95’Vibes Allstar Cypher shot by SharkTV


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Interviews With C.EO Dream.

Ceo Dream of Hip Hop Raised Me The Blog chops it up with both Qu Amazen Most & BottemLine


This is Hip Hop Raised Me The Blog, where its about The Knowledge, The Culture & the Lifestyle!!! Where we celebrate the youngest genre of music. Which is Hip Hop!

Today were kicking it with Privy Life Music Group’s QU Amazen Most & Boyz Life Entertainment Recording Artist BottomLine

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: How you doing my brothers let me say its a pleasure to sit with you and vibe, so let’s get straight to it.  Do you feel like Hip Hop Raised You?

BottemLine: YES.

Qu Amazen Most: Yes, of course as a kid of the 90’s hip hop was the soundtrack to my adolescence

BottemLine: LL.CooI.J’s “I’m Bad”

Qu Amazen Most: Rob base it takes two! It always got the family bbqs jumping

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: When exactly did you start rapping?


BottemLine: Fourteen years old

Qu Amazen Most: 11 years old before that i wrote poems. My older brother inspired me to switch from poems to rapping

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Fourteen & Eleven . yall are definitely vets , so when did you start taking your career serious?

BottemLine: I always took my career serious starting at the age 14.

Qu Amazen Most: At age 13 after my first professional studio session

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Who were some of your influences??

BottemLine: 1 . Mobb Deep, LL.C001.J, Kool G Rap, Wu-Tang Clan

Qu Amazen Most: First my brother who exposed me to doo wop and kid capri and ron g tapes. He also was a very dope MC. As far as artist Nas Redman Method Man early on.

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Yes!! Naming them legends lets me know you have great taste. In a few words, describe your particular style??

BottemLine: My style is timeless.

Qu Amazen Most: Gritty, agressive, bar heavy, direct & street.


HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Timeless, I like that. You guys describe your styles well. So who have you worked with????

BottemLine: I’ve worked with Fred Da Godson and Opened up for DMX.

Qu Amazen Most: Scores of unsigned artist mainly. That’s my preference to work with people who are hungry and motivated to succed

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: If you could work with anybody who would it be?


BottemLine: JAY-Z

Qu Amazen Most: Currently I would choose Nicky Minaj because of exposure she from Queens and I have fire music ideas for a recording artist like her star of that magnitude.

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Loving your choices fellas. Any advice you would give to someone aspiring to make music?

BottemLine: Never allow the negative opinions of others to derail your visions or goals.

Qu Amazen Most: Never give up regardless of who understands your passion and motivation


HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Now thats dope inspiration, where can people find your music??

BottemLine: All streaming sites.

Qu Amazen Most: Anywhere they interact with. All major and non major platforms everywhere

HIPHOPRAISEDMETHEBLOG: Thank you for your time & s/o to you and the whole Privy Life Music Group & Boyz Life Entertainment staff…

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