I have been a huge fan of Bunty Beats for years now. His productions are always spot on and I have never heard an iota of weakness from the man. All of his work has been nothing short of dope. And Gutta Grimey 910 really shows an impressive flow over this laid back and smooth production. Plus when an emcee sings the chorus, that can be a weakness, but not hear. It all really comes together.
Please check out the pair’s new EP, Visual Thoughts. I am about to cop here in a moment. You should do the same.
L.I.F.E. LONG and Bunty Beats are back at it again and they have a new album dropping on February 27th entitled, Bat Out The Cave. The track features eight emcees from across the globe with unique styles but all dope. Beats lays down some production that any emcee would be happy to flip on. Always worth checking when these guy are involved in the music. Don’t sleep on the forthcoming album!
I am always in the mood for some new music from L.I.F.E. Long, especially when it’s coupled with some vintage, soulful production from Bunty Beats. I have been following Bunty’s work over the course of the last couple of years and he’s someone who should be on every hip hop head’s radar. This joint is just oozing soul and blues.
L.I.F.E. Long and Paro each spit about different angles about the distortion of the truth in society and difficult problems the average man faces in a system designed to work against them. King RA on the chorus.
The cut is from Bat Out The Cave. Watch out for that!
Chox Mak and Bunty Beats are linking up again for the single, Problem. And yes, this track is a problem for the competition as it’s cheffing up something interesting and delectable to the ears. Bunty Beats creates a production that is best described as melodic while Chox Mak delivers on the promise to best the competition with a series of dope bars. Flawless execution.
King RA and Bunty Beats build on an old school foundation with new school flair with their latest track, Chillin. It’s artists like this who are keeping hip hop’s good name clean. Bunty provides the head nodder and RA attacks the mic. It’s just fundamentally dope which is the whole concept of their album, Back To The Essence.
The title of King Ra and Bunty Beats’ album, Back To The Essence, really puts this track into perspective. The Jersey emcee and British producer reclaim that vintage hip hop sound with tracks like these and others that abound on the full length project. They put the ‘skinny jean culture’ and the ‘hipster movement’ on blast by taking yesterday’s boom-bap and giving it a fresh twist. Giving you the authentic…No Copy.
Make sure you check and cop the project if you are liking what you hear!
Ahhhh yeah! I’ve been waiting for this collaboration between our Artist of the Year, Nutso and one of my favorite producers, Dee Metto. It gets no realer than this, folks. Dee Metto hits with production that sounds like audible terrorist attack and Nutso drops some slick/tough wordplay. I am going to assume that this is the intro track for their forthcoming project, Fluushang Metto, which drops on March 1st.