Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger – Until It’s My Time To Die (2018)

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Artist:  Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger (Sutter Kain x Donnie Darko x Apollo Valdez)

Album: Until It’s My Time To Die

Tracklisting:

  1. Moments OF Death
  2. Cocaine Rap (ft. Sutter Kain x Danny)
  3. Nigh Vision
  4. Power
  5. Raw Rap (ft. Sediztikk)
  6. Jedi (ft. Lavar Ave)
  7. New Jersey Drive Pt. 3
  8. Trigger Music (ft. Taino)
  9. Knights Of Doom (ft. Taino)
  10. Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger (ft. Taino)
  11. Until It’s My Time To Die (ft. Sutter Kain)
  12. Slums (ft. Sabowtaj)
  13. Street Poems (ft. Sabowtaj)
  14. Bloody Snow (ft. Rhythm Writers)
  15. Everyday Stuggle Pt 2 (ft. Mike Sanders)
  16. Cocaine Rap Hanover Remix (ft. Charles Clear x Kaot Kraftsoff x ATRX)
  17. 2004 (ft. Conway x Black & Dirty White)
  18. Street Tales (ft. Jakk Frost x Black & Dirty White)
Notes:

 

I have always been a fan of Never So Deep Records.  So much so, that they even have their own category on this website.  But 2017 was a very quiet year for the team musically.  Actually it could be said the last couple of years it seemed that there was little music making coming from the camp.  As they resume crafting the music that have endeared themselves to so many fans across the globe, it was important for the team to make a big splash in 2018.  Hence we have the collaborative effort from Sutter Kain, Donnie Darko, and Appollo Valdez, known as Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger.

The album is a continuation of the dark and heavy sound that NSD has been known for but with some dope twists.   The first track we are going to go in on is Night Vision.  DJ Bless (Sutter Kain) nails the beat with some sonic darkness reflected in the keys and the synth background.   Darko and Valdez show some sharp bars and mic chemistry as they let loose rhymes such as these from the former:
No regret, my dogs ready to fetch /. Battle Royale! Kill everybody until the death / No collar on  my neck / Sixteen cause you a tech / Where I’m from  if  you don’t cop bricks you make it stretch / The competition, I murder, these n&!#as curbing’ their bases / Don’t give a fuck what you’re talkin’  we never heard of you pussy / You getting fucked / Semi we keep it tucked / And a vest never meant that your head ain’t getting touched / Word play clever / We  making it better / Like mice, too nice for the trap, when it come to the cheddar…

 

The next song, Power, is song that really plays perfectly off the of the momentum of the last cut.  The track hits you in the face with neck snapping drums and some keys that almost have an organ feel.   Darko has a very deliberate and hard hitting delivery.  His punches are so strong.  Valdez on the other hand has a faster type of heat which is harder to capture but let me share this nastiness:
…Call all of them Ima need an audience to witness this / Marvelous and so ill / Kill em slowly like white women out for insurance insurance money, put arsenic in your oatmeal / Coughin’ and  your throat feel funny / You know the deal money / Im fur wheeling a hundred and y’all niggas is road kill / Destined to rap , destined I make a mess out of your chest /  Im the best of the best / And always a head of a step of the rest / Cripplin’ God’s worst / By spitting’ a live verse / Daring me I guarantee you’ll be kissing the skies first

 

When you listen to an NSD release you know that you’re not going to get anything soft. Everything hits like a hammer to an anvil.  Which is why it’s a great surprise (and aforementioned twist) to see the team link up with the likes of Conway The Machine and Jakk Frost on the last two tracks of the album.  It’s a little different in that the songs don’t feature the album’s emcees but is perhaps introducing other roster artists. Regardless these tracks go hard.

 

I love the production on 2004 with Conway.   It’s just a really well orchestrated song.  The sample with those drums, and the chorus, make this song very memorable.  You will be nodding your head incessantly to this rhythm.

 

 

Until It’s My Time To Die is relatively long release coming in at eighteen tracks,  but there’s limited to no filler at all on this album, which is hard to do in this day and age. The stronger tracks, like those that I have mentioned, really show out and DJ Bless’ production is still among the best in the industry.   His ability to produce and orchestrate a dope album, have been demonstrated on many occasions.  Darko and Valdez also are a great compliment to each other.  They have singularly unique flows but their cumulative fire proves similar.  If you enjoy NSD releases, there is no doubt that this is right up your alley.  But if you are new to the camp, this album would also serve as a dope introduction to the label and their sound artists’ sound.
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