The Big Music LP hype machine is full in effect and that’s a good thing as we get yet another single from SGT. Over, this time featuring Reks. Better Than A Rapper is a shout out to all the 9 to 5ers, the overtimers, and the daily grinders. In essence, it’s giving respect to the average joe pulling his weight.
This is a different and niiiiice track from Sarge off of his forthcoming EP, Sargenetics. That will be hitting hard drives on November 26th. I really am feeling the vibe of this joint. The production with the piano keys and other instrumentation sounds like audible alchemy. Dianetics really makes a good first impression.
This is a joint that serves as segue between SGT OVER’s projects from last year and Just Putt’s forthcoming Spaceman Judah EP. You know the deal with this duo…tight flows w/o the candy coated lyricism.
New video off of SGT Over’s new album, Precious Jewels which is out now. This cut has fellow DPS affiliate, Just Putt on the chorus. If you are feeling this make sure you check that album. Good music is worthy of you hard earned money.
Video for the single we featured from Just Putt last week. Really dope song. Enjoy this joint and keep the ears peeled.
The flow is undeniable. I’ve listened to a few cuts with SGT OVER on them and he really is consistent with his product. The beat on the second half of the cut is bananas. He and his crew, Dead Poets Society, definitely comes recommended. He has a project, Precious Jewels, coming soon.
Artist: Dead Poets Society
Album: Self- Titled
Source: Dot Got It
2. Dead Poets Society
4. Poetry 101
6. Father Figure
7. Study Hall
8. Closed Curtains
9. Top Shottas
10. Early Dismissal
This is the first installment of a new category on HHD entitled, Sorry I Slept. I just want to recognize some projects that I may have missed a few months ago, or perhaps a few years ago. I will be posting these on an as needed basis.
I picked Dead Poet Society because I have really become fond of their music over the last few months. I saw this on Dot Got It when it was originally released. I always meant to check it out but never did. That is until a few months ago.
The EP is solid like concrete if you like that Boom Bap east coast sound. Each emcee carries their weight on the project and the production is strong.