So I haven’t heard too many people talking about this joint, but in my mind it’s a must listen to. Eto’s name has been ringing for years, but this production from King David needs to get some due. This is a great track, with Eto’s raspy, yet intricate flows, appearing on this guitar laced heat.
This track can or will be found on King David’s project, Diamond in My Crown, which I can’t find too much about right now, but will put out my feelers.
Muggs and Eto linking up proves to instantly be an ill combination. Muggs is lacing up something that can best be described as sinister, with this latest production, and only made more so with the visuals. Eto, meanwhile, is making an early push for busiest emcee in the business. He is bringing a gritty fire to this track.
Hells Roof is the forthcoming album, and this has all the trappings of something great.
38 Spesh’s impromptu release from a week ago, 5 Shots, is a prelude to his album, 38 Strategies Of War, dropping on Friday. But damn if each of these joints isn’t a notch above flawless. This EP is as dope as anyone can do it! The fact that Spesh produced each track is a testament to the man’s talent on many levels. Flour City is gritty from first to last with Eto doing a guest spot and killing it as always.
Here is my favorite joint off of Eto and Vinyl Villain’s new release, New Crack Era. Holes In The Sand has an incredibly dark and dope vibe to it. Eto flips some darkness without leaving even trace evidence. What’s beef? Eto and the Villain keep you in the loop with this dope track.
Here is some dopeness from Rigzand Flu’scollaborative project, A Piece Of The Action which is out now. I listened to the EP yesterday, and it’s quite dope. A lot of illness packed in there. And while it maybe hard to pick a favorite from such a strong crop, this song featuring Maverickand Etomay very well be mine.
Eto and Flu let loose the video for the single, Sonny. This joint is for those of us who are trying to pull out at a victory. Flu leads with a track driven by the keys but has a knack for adding different elements to keep the track versatile. Eto lends you his first-hand experience and perspective on how to avoid the pitfalls in life to grab the ‘W’.
I am really now just getting up on Eto and what he is bringing to the table. I heard him murk a few features and thought I needed to get up on his projects. I saw this new EP with producer Flu entitled, Motion Picture. And this is the track that they are all talking about. It’s some back alley, watch your back music going on right here with this beat and the features from Crimeapple and Smoovth.
I am going to have to go through his back catalogue now!
I just fell upon this track from Boob Bronx featuring Eto, and feel like it should be shared. The flows are proper over this nice production. You can find more jawns like this from Bronx’s album, Kings Run Doli, which dropped in February.