I’ve heard Raspy off of a few releases and saw he just released a new album, for which Chess Game, is the title track. I was not disappointed when I gave this listen and hence copped the album. Saipher Soze with some guest bars rocking over some dope production from Finn.
Here’s a video single off of Saipher Soze’s most recent product, Kanibull Rising. Opera House Too, just like the rest of the album features production from Finn, and unleashes a relentless head-nodded. If you couple that with strong verses from Soze and Daniel Son, you know you have a platinum product, right?
This album is strong so you need to check that unequivocally.
I swear when I posted this song as a single yesterday, I had no idea that had a video on tap. Saipher Soze and Finn release the visuals for arguably the best track on an amazing project, Kannibul Rising.
I could not wait, nor could I resist in sharing something from Saipher Soze and Finn’s new project, Kanibul Rising. This album is destined for big things. I copped it as soon as I knew it dropped (thank’s bandcamp for always keeping me alert). This project is impressive from start to finish.
I can’t really pick a favorite track right now, but you can’t go wrong with Basquiat. Soze and Finn put something together that you are going to need to cop. I am probably going to have to leave this on all day.
New video out from the man Saipher Soze and his accomplice, Finn. It’s lifted off of Soze’s latest album, God Body. It’s one part jazzy boom-bap, and two parts that hardbody hip hop. It’s artists like this that keep it moving and in turn keep hip hop alive.
Saipher Soze dropped the album, God Body, earlier this week and that shit goes hard. It’s on par with Daniel Son’s Remo Gaggi from earlier this year. It’s hard rhymes and beats. You have to trust me when I say that this album is REALLY good. Finn is on the production.
I am featuring my favorite track from the project, Sky Fall.