This is the first single from the upcoming Apathy and O.C.’s forthcoming album, Perestroika which is due out next month. That’s pretty exciting news. This song (debuted by DotGotIt) is really dope. I love the horns, the sample, and the beat. And Ap and O.C. seem like a natural pairing, exchanging clever bars and tight rhyme schemes.
Another single from Apathy’s forthcoming project, Weekend At The Cape. New England Royalty has a little bit of soul integrated with a heavy dosage of boom bap. The production switches up in the middle of the track and Apathy’s flow gets a little more malicious.
Apathy’s longevity and his ability to continuously make dope music is a testament to his talent. There are not many in his class. The aforementioned project, along with another, The Black Lodge, are dropping on June 30th.
The Demon’s Blade is just one of the many bangers that one can find on AOTP’s latest album, In Death Reborn. The team dispenses with the need for a hook on this track and just offer bars only. Leaf Dog formulates the production formula for the team to rock over. If you haven’t copped the album yet…it’s prolly just too late for you.
Apathy is getting set to drop the album, Connecticut Casual, as this is his third video single. This time Ap incorporates George Michael’s Never Dance Again into the cut. He especially lets that saxophone take over makes this track super smooth which is a stark contrast to his ever sharp lines. For those of you wondering, the namesake of the song, Martha Moxley, was the name of a recently solved murder that is often associated with the Kennedy family.
Album is coming next Tuesday.
There’s an air of sophistication in Apathy’s new music. First he dropped The Grand Reveler which had the heavy Masonic influence, and now he drops The Curse Of The Kennedys which references the various nuances of the family’s past. Even the music seems very refined.
Connecticut Casual is hitting us on June 3rd.
The video has some nice effects but it’s the music that is going to move you here. Apathy once again shows that he has elite skill when in comes to production. He showed it on the Demigodz album, KILLmatic, and he once again blesses us with a strong effort. His adaptation of The World Is A Vampire from The Smashing Pumpkins is nothing less than stellar. Motive and Apathy then proceed to blister the mic in their verses with line after ill line. This is the first single from Motive’s upcoming project, The DNA.
This video derives from the forthcoming album from the Suicide Kings entitles, Crown Of Thorns. This track includes heavyweights from the Demigodz camp, Apathy and Celph Titled. It’s some unfiltered, raw hip hop, but it needs to be noted that Ap killed his verse far and beyond. Those bars were impressive.