I can’t just drop a few posts and ignore the combination of talent represented in M-Dot on the rhymes and the legendary Pete Rock on the production! This song represents insane levels of skill on several tiers. It’s intense and unrelenting and an unveiling of what is sure to be one of the best projects to drop this year in egO anD The eneMy 2: A Dissolute Paradise. This is to serve notice, that the project is coming to fruition and you should keep your ears peeled!
Yes…this is weeks delayed but you knew I was going to share it with you guys as it is EMS material. M-Dot, Rev, and Kore jump on this uptempo Agent Dan track and get hype. This is the kind of song that gets you amped in a way that is light hearted and reminds us that hip hop can be fun. With that being said the lyricism will at times sever heads. And it doesn’t go unnoticed that Rev is hitting a new gear with his bars. I’ve always enjoyed him as emcee but he is escalating things here.
Here’s a tight posse cut from the EMS unit off of Kore’s new album, Koreiculum, which is out now for purchase. Kore not only wrote the lyrics to the album but also produced all the tracks as well showing a great deal of talent in doing so. Of course, I am going to partial to this EMS posse cut, not only because of the depth of the talent pool, but the production sticks with you.
The EMS ensemble gather together to spit over an adaptation of The Walking Dead’s television theme song. And if any unit could pull off something like this, I trust non other than EMS. They have diverse enough lyrical styles to keep the track bouncing and entertaining.
This track serves as Revalation’s second single for his forthcoming EP, Emergency Broadcast.
There are just a few collectives out there that put out consistently dope hip hop. E.M.S. is one such collection of artists. This group of artists out of Massachusetts have put out an incredible amount of material and I wanted to give the readers an opportunity to give some of these releases a listen. A big shout out to Rev from E.M.S. for compiling all of these releases.
I have personally heard 90% of these albums/mixtapes and I can attest for their dopeness. Now, remember, I wasn’t trying to put out every mixtape or guest shot these artists have ever been on. This is just their own releases. Please enjoy this late holiday gift…