Cardo Antonnio drops the first non J Cortz produced track on his page, a new heater titled 'Kalipari' which sources the instrumental from Hxxx.
When Cardo Antonnio and J Cortz last 3 songs were premiered here at The6Track, I didn't realize that it was the beginning of that signature Cardo Cortz Bounce. Their solidification of signature sound, along with a whole lot of hard work across the board, has brought
I've been a fan of Cardo Antonnio for roughly a year now, and I've seen this guy push his sound in incredible new directions, He's gone from a good rapper, to a truly GREAT artist. Cardo has taken his raw talent on the mic, and
If you follow this blog, then your probably already familiar with Cardo and J. Cortz so i'll just jump right into the track that I am pleased to premiere to you today. Gus Ryder, aka a swimming pool on lakeshore, aka where I had my
Cardo Antonnio returns with his first track since his stellar "Estate" EP, which we also had the pleasure of premiering. On this track we see Cardo experimenting with a more mainstream sound than he has done before, but does so in a way that feels
Cardo starts of this 7 track EP with a brief monologue that serves as insight to exactly what he is feeling, about the game, about work and about his fears. More so even it serves as a promise, that he's here to stay and that
Cardo slows it down on his newest track "Thinking Of You" produced, as usual, by J Cortz. He proves, again, his knack for blending sung melodies and rapping on this track, like he's shown on songs like "It Means Nothing". Cardo is currently prepping for