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.
Apathy intermingling that traditional boom bap with Masonic mysticism. I am loving the production. from Smoke The World, and the rhyme content from Ap. The album, Connecticut Casual, drops on June 3rd. Can’t Wait.
Video single off of Esoteric and Stu Bangas’ forthcoming album, Machete Mode. Part of the AOTP gang joins Esoteric on the cut in the form of Vinnie Paz, Celph Titled, and Apathy. It incorporates a favorite Walter White turn of phrase from the now officially ended TV show, Breaking Bad. Check it!
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.
“Old school…got my Raider’s cap…” That’s the anthem on this cut from the Demigodz impressive KILLmatic album. We’ve talked about it before in the album review, but this track is produced by Apathy, and he did a hella of a job on this joint. The video is also a little old school that features a cameo from Xzibit. Cop this album if you have not already and peep the review.
I have always loved R.A. The Rugged Man but as the years have gone by I feel like he has just gotten better and more polished. A consummate emcee. This track is produced by Apathy who has been on a tear lately (see the Demigodz album review). R.A. The Rugged Man showcases his dojo which includes every fight style imaginable, including, but not limited to, Watermelon Slicing and fighting with chainsaws. All standard fair. Legends Never Die is going to drop on April 30th and we are going to want to be looking out for that.
I’ll rip out your windshield and shit on your dashboard
Source: I Knew This Was Coming!
1. Intro (Giants On The Earth) (produced by Apathy)
2. Demigodz Is Back (produced by Apathy)
3. Dumb High ft. Open Mic (produced by Apathy)
4. Never Take Me Out ft. Termanology (produced by Teddy Roxpin)
5. Just Can’t Quit ft. Scoop Deville (produced by Apathy)
6. Worst Nightmare (produced by DJ Premier)
7. Can’t Fool Me ft. Eternia (produced by Apathy)
8. DGZ x NYGz ft. Panchi of NYG’z & DJ Premier (produced by Chumzilla)
9. Dead In The Middle (produced by Apathy)
10. The Gospel According To… ft. Planetary of Outerspace (produced by Skammadix)
11. Raiders Cap (produced by Apathy)
12. The Fallen Angels (produced by Apathy)
13. The Summer Of Sam (produced by The Snowgoons)
14. Tomax & Xamot (produced by Will C.)
15. Captain Caveman ft. RA The Rugged Man (produced by Teddy Roxpin)
16. Audi 5000 (produced by Marco Polo)
I was modestly excited about this project. I say modestly because usually when a collective like this comes together for an album the expectations far exceed the product. With that being said, that is not the case with this album. This album is incredibly refined with proper production and scintillating rhyme schemes. KILLmatic is a complete project.
Not since MF Doom has this Scooby Doo sample been used so effectively. If you couple that with the Big Pun sample and the dope flows of The Demigodz, you have a sure shot. The album KILLmatic drops March 5th.