This song is anything but chillin’. The Bankai Fam are some of the most ruthless wordsmiths in the game. These guys don’t, chill, they are taking heads at every opportunity so don’t be fooled. If you love the rough n’ rugged, then you are going to love Bankai Fam. Azaia is on the boards delivering the realness!
Their EP, On My Side, is out now!
Skanks is another aritst that seems only to bring the ‘realness’ with every artist submission. Gstats and Shatike each lace the cut with a tough sixteen (guest emcees very talented). Azaia provides the icing on the cake by lacing the team with a threatening banger. The Shinigami Flowfessional is destined for eardrum come March.
“…the only time you left your hood is when you took off your hoodie…“
I simply missed this one in my inbox. I am not (or was not) up on the Bankai Fam sound but after listening to this track I am going to have start bearing a little witness around here. The team’s got a nice flavor over this Azaia track. The emcees each have distinct voices that play well off of one another. The emcee who drops the second sixteen has one of those gravelly flows that you just don’t hear all that frequently. All in all, you can’t go wrong with the Bankai Fam. I am going right over to Amazon to cop their new album, On My Side.
Man, I am not going to lie. There has been so little music to be enthusiastic about over the last couple of weeks that I just didn’t feel like posting some of the rubbish that people were putting out. But leave it to my man Skeezo to set me straight with this record from his new project, Stuck In Da 90s. Joined by El Gant, Bekay, and DJ Modesty, Skeezo proceeds to air out the competition. This is a dope record.