I really enjoy the product that Ren Thomas consistently puts out. He’s got quite a few dope records to his credit, and this one is right up there with the rest of them. Father Focus Confucious (underrated as fuck) laces Thomas with some serious fire. I love this beat with the sample. And Thomas delivers verses consistent with the duality of person.
This shit goes!
Father Focus Confucious (Dead Rabbits) has been on a creative tear as of late, releasing a couple of projects already this year. His latest one, Volcano, has quite a few heat rocks on it (tasteful pun intended). He’s got a lot of great guest spots on it but some of the stand out joints to me are the solo tracks.
My favorite is actually the leading track, Where You Don’t Belong. This song highlights both his skill as a producer and emcee. I really connected and vibe with this one.
Artist: Coal Cash
1.Narcolepsy (The Cosby Effect)
2.Cure and Maintenance (Priests of Baal)
3.Lord of the Flies (Robots prt3) Feat. Ayedeal
4.Skinner Box (Saturn’s Cube) 04:41
5.Unsung (hero) 03:36
6.Need To Believe (Kline Bottle) 03:55
7.Whatever Dreams May Come (Birkeland Current) Feat. Tabs One (Taboo)
8.Illusions Of Reality (Schrodingers’s Cat) 03:05
9.Spoils Of War (Sept 23??) 04:07
These days I only speak on albums, that in turn speak to me, which necessitates bringing up Coal Cash’s latest album, Unsung. It has been out since August and I just couldn’t let it go any further. This album is too good to not feature and highlight the talent that lies therein.
I saw Coal Cash (Double Negative) had a new album out on Bandcamp, Unsung, and I really have liked what I have hear from him thus far, so I am checking it out. And it’s a definite win! This album is big on substance, powerful lyricism, and dope production. Father Focus Confucious produced the entire project and did an incredible job.
In order to celebrate the release of this project and get the word out, I wanted to showcase this track featuring his compadre Taboo. The two have such great chemistry and create some powerful bars that play so well off of each other. It’s over eight minutes of brilliance.