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!
Yet another banger from Red Eye’s ‘Barbarian’ series. We have showcased a few of the features where Red Eye calls upon a variety of producers for his 24 bar showcase. This time he call upon the highly esteemed Domingo for the production.
Be on the lookout for Fatrick Ewing…this year???
Domingo and Ras Kass get a little militant with their new song, Machine Gun, which is featured on the former’s new album, Same Game New Rules. Ras Kass isn’t playing the pacifist role in this song, he is coming out guns blazing with a Machivellian philosophy. Do the knowledge…
I haven’t heard the entire album yet, but I have heard a few tracks and they are all banging. Domingo’s track record is unblemished, so check it on that strength.
I am guessing this is just a snippet of the single from Domingo’s upcoming album, Same Game New Rules. It may just be a fraction of the song but it’s certainly noteworthy when you hear this beat with Nutso and Ras Kass spitting bars over it! Blao!
Album: World View
1. Gas Land (Frack Off) ft. Chaundon [prod. by Numonics] | World View Intro 04:31
2. Throw Away The Key [prod. by L.Ment (Canada)] 05:44
3. Bars & Hooks ft. Sean Price, The Kid Daytona & The Incomparable Shakespeare [prod. by Harry Fraud] 04:48
4. Penny [prod. by Dismas (Romania)] 02:55
5. The People’s Champions ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq, Punchline & Beretta 9 (of Killarmy) [prod. by Harry Fraud] 04:55
6. Got Class? [prod. by Fresh Nerd] 02:16
7. Notorious ft. Wordsmith, Jasiri X, Jus Daze & Capital X [prod. by Amin PaYnE (Australia)] 05:18
8. Doctor Doctor ft. GuessWho? [prod. by MajoR R.E. (Malaysia)] 04:34
9. Requiem ft. SoulStice, Ess Vee & CuzOH! Black [prod. by ATG] [add. vox by Jay Daniels (Australia) & Mark Deez] 04:40
10. Melting Pot (Made In America) ft. Chaundon [prod. by Numonics] 03:57
11. Rape [prod. by Fafu] 02:53
12. Rap Genius ft. Perseverance & Chino XL [prod. by The White Shadow (Norway)] 03:51
13. It’s Not Possible [prod. by Recluse Crew (Finland)] 01:42
14. #AaronSwartz ft. L*A*W [prod. by Steel Tipped Dove] 03:28
15. The World Is Yours ft. Sha Stimuli & Viro The Virus [prod. by Dominant1 (Malawi)] 03:53
16. Imperialism ft. C-Rayz Walz & Reks [prod. by Jonny Lupo (Moldova)] 04:08
17. Radio 2.0 ft. KRS-One, Dug Infinite, Brimstone127 & Mista Lawnge (of Black Sheep) [prod. by Vice Souletric] 04:51
18. Metal Music ft. El Gant, ILL BILL, Tenacity & Blame One [prod. by Tranzformer] 05:09
19. Go! ft. Joell Ortiz, Slug (of Atmosphere) & Maya Azucena [prod. by Domingo] 03:25
This review for AWKWORD’s World View has been a long time coming. It’s a long time coming for two reasons: 1) AWKWORD has been working on his magnum opus for well over three years 2) I took another two months to digest the project in between other releases. But here we are at the moment of reckoning to determine what makes World View special, or if it’s indeed special at all.