Over Venezuelan composer Angel Rada’s “Basheeba,” Homeboy Sandman connects the world and manages to be everywhere at once. I like the choice of instrumentation, as it’s eccentric but still manages to hit you in the face with freshness. I also love the video, as it sets up the vibes we’re to receive on Sandman’s I Can’t Sell These mixtape. This project finds the Queens native “rapping over some of his favorite songs, films scores and television intros…[things] that…move him to write.” If you need a comparison for what to expect from the project, think Baltimore Commercial Break (or its sequel) with more well-known instrumentals. Check out “Omnipresent” and support dope music in all its forms. Trust me, the world’s better when you’re able to appreciate everything about it (that’s positive, of course).