I didn’t see it coming but it indeed happen. Nutso dropped his collaborative project with producer Domingo yesterday, REDSunday. That’s great news for all hip hop fans, as I am a huge fan of both the emcee and producer. I copped and listened to the album last night and you will not be disappointed.
This particular cut, Catchin Wreck, features Tony Born and Kon Boogie, with my man Chinch 33 on the cuts. You want bars? They got bars flipping over a Wu-Styled production from the legend himself, Domingo.
Go get this album!
Scifi Stu initiates auditory mayhem with this chaotic/psychotic production that Nutso, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and Hus Kingpin make straight up chaos over. For a little extra flavor Chinch 33 does what he does best and chops up the record making it all the more enticing for listeners.
I am not totally positive, but I think Scifi Stu might have a project dropping soon. I have copped all his other records so this will be no exception.
Sick Digger Crew in the building! There is so much right going on with this release from Crown (of Grim Reaperz) and Rasco. The beat is amazing with the piano keys just dancing across the hard hitting drum pattern. And let me be honest: It’s been a long time since I have listened to some bars from Rasco and he KILLED his verses. The flow was magnifique. The icing on the cake was Chinch 33 providing the cuts. That man is vastly underrated, but true heads know!
If you are feeling this track, make sure you check out Crown’s new album, Pieces To The Puzzle, and while you’re at it, ‘friend up’ the good people at Sick Digger to find out what they have on tap this year. It’s a dope camp of producers.
I said it before and I will say it again: I am always down for some Scifi Stu production. On Love And War, Stu gets those piano keys moving while Sleep Sinatra and Smoovth (Tha Connection) brought the streets to the track. Chinch 33 on the cuts…making it extra saucy for the masses.
This song has got everything. It’s got a trio of dope emcees. It has the great production from HHD favorite, SciFi Stu. It also has the X-Factor in the cuts by Chinch 33. It’s time people start noticing the gift he has in chopping it up proper. I find I enjoy pretty much any song where he has a credit.
I am not sure if this is a single for a forthcoming project, but enjoy it any ways…
Shabaam Sahdeeq is undoubtedly a busy man and to show how much work he has been putting in lately, he’s assembled Degrees Of Separation for established fans and new listeners a like to get acquainted with what he’s been up to lately. Degrees Of Separation includes a lot of the dope singles we have featured on HHD this year, a lot of guest shots that he’s been on, and some newer tracks I hadn’t heard yet.
As for my favorites? I am glad you asked. It’s got the Harry Fraud produced Futuristic which is one of my favorites not only of Sahdeeq but by any artist this year. I am also partial to the Lewis Parker produced Walking On A Razor. I am sure that you will appreciate the talent the man brings to the table after listening to the project and find a few favorites of your own.
Scifi Stu is not one to rest on his laurels. Hot off of his Blood album that he recently released, he drops another gem on them with What You Wanna Know? The flute lures you in and pretty soon the drums just take over. One of those mesmerizing tracks. There are lots of good emcees on this cut so don’t miss out on this one!
How about some boom bap, flavor? I can’t say that I am too familiar with any of the parties involved in this song, D-Strong, Wildelux, Chinch 33, and Lafayette Ave. But I am going to have to study up. This beat is murderous, while the emcees drop some serious bars. Ya heard?
This track off of SciFi Stu’s album, Blood, is quite nice. I have to say Supreme Sol’s verse was a highlight for me over this mellow, piano laden track. Get your morning off to a good start and give this a listen!