Damn this is one of the toughest joints of 2022 with Old Man 80zz on the boards lacing lava rocks. The drums and vocal sample set a perfect stage. And the emcees, Phat Kat, Asun Eastwood, and Recognize Ali all show up in a big way with their bar work. Asun however really stands out to me. His flow with this beat has such a vicious sound. Tell me I am wrong. This record gets maximum rotation.
New video from the ever prolific, Asun Eastwood and producer Finn. Eastwood has been grinding at a torrid place when it comes to creating dope music, but this has a different feel to it. An elevation, where producer and emcee are in perfect sync, fused together for this track. Finn layers the track with various samples lead by a guitar, while Eastwood finds next level comfort in the cut, as his words pour from the music. Really feeling it.
This song is from the duo’s just released project, The S.O.UL., and I am about to check the complete project at some point today. You should too!
Whatever moniker these guys put out their music under, Futurewave, Asun Eastwood, and Daniel Son only drop gems. Ever since they got their sound out a few years ago, their names stay ringing. And we all keep close tabs on when they are going to drop their next projects. So now we have Bite The Bullet, a subsequent offering from last year’s joint, Physics Of Filth (which I still bump steadily). It’s potent material that hip hop fans are going to be sure to love.
Good lawd. If you don’t own the new album from Physics Of Filth (Daniel Son x Asun Eastwood x Futurewave) stop reading this, and go pick it up now. This is album is more necessary than any deal that you can cop on Black Friday. Guaranteed to be one of the illest releases this year and this song Moonwalk featuring Black Nazi is just the tip of that frozen cold goodness. Do not sleep on this one iota! The bars are undeniable heat and what Futurewave is doing to these dirty rhythms is just unparalleled. He’s been the crux of two of the best albums to drop this year.
Sleep not. Fair warning.
You know what it is!!! It’s time for that Physics Of Filth (Daniel Son, Asun Eastwood, and Futurewave) project and Baby Tech is the first offering featuring Da Cloth’s Mooch. This production is a bit unorthodox , a jazzy madness, that really allows you to focus on the lyricism of the aforementioned. I am excited about this one!
Here’s some new from Asun Eastwood, and we are DEFINITELY feeling this joint. This production is scathing and Eastwood definitely lets you know that his hard work is paying off in spectacular fashion. This is probably one of my favorite tracks from him and he has an abundance, so that’s saying something.