Flee Lord and 38 Spesh just concocted up some viciousness in the lab with their project, Loyalty and Trust. Now Spesh really just handles the boards for the most part, but on this cut he drops a sixteen and I think we all know he is bringing it heavy-handed EVERY time. The man is just delivering on everything he touches. He and Flee Lord do some damage on this track, Perfect Plate. My favorite joint from the album.
38 Spesh’s impromptu release from a week ago, 5 Shots, is a prelude to his album, 38 Strategies Of War, dropping on Friday. But damn if each of these joints isn’t a notch above flawless. This EP is as dope as anyone can do it! The fact that Spesh produced each track is a testament to the man’s talent on many levels. Flour City is gritty from first to last with Eto doing a guest spot and killing it as always.
38 Spesh is setting bars to new heights….enjoy!
Son Of G Rap is one of my most anticipated albums this year, ever since I head the first single, Upstate 2 Queens. I loved the way Kool G. Rap and 38 Spesh exchanged their bars over that beat. That song is in steady rotation.
This song is extremely dope in its own right, adding Cormega for the chorus. The emcees go in on the struggle and the survival tactics needed to make it in this day and age. There are a multitude of dope bars and visuals painted on this track. Speaking of the visuals: I am really feeling the animation here. Midnite on the production.
Album drops for everyone on July 20th, and you get the early release on the 6th if you cop the CD.
I am loving this unique production from 38 Spesh and the way he and Kool G Rap exchange bars over it. The chemistry sounds insane over this beat. And when we talk about longevity in the game and still maintaining one of the illest flows EVER, we are discussing G. Rap. The man is amazing.
The collaborative album, Son Of G Rap, is dropping on June 8th.
More fire from the collaborative album, Stabbed & Shot. Spesh and Benny deliver the stories of making that money and keeping it clean regarding all type of hustling. It’s dope street knowledge delivered over a mellow beat from 38 Spesh.
If you haven’t copped the album yet, you are just plain missing out.