This is a quick hitter from MarQ Spekt’s latest album, The Grilchy Era. It’s a dope cut that you simply don’t want to end but it does ever so quickly. Deacon The Villain from Cunninlynguists drops the vocals for the chorus. Check the album if you haven’t already. It’s worth more than just a few spins.
MarQ Spekt releases more fire from his soon to be released album, The Grilchy Era. Spekt really attacks this synthed out goodness from Back Row. His aggressive demeanor gives the cut a certain amount of vibrancy as the production has a more of ethereal tone. A most certain dope product.
Good gawd, man! Now this is one ill posse cut. Blockhead KILLED it with his instrumentation on this. I love the flutes and riffs over the snapping drums. He gives this track a lot of character. And while I may not be familiar with the members of the Philly LoLife AllStars,they along with MarQ Spekt really came at the track with some serious bars. This track has alot of personality. The video was also done exceptionally well.
The track is to be featured on MarQ Spekt and Blockhead’s collaborative project, JustPlayWitit.
AWKWORD is still pushing these World View singles. It’s an album that I have been waiting to purchase as a package for a while but I may have to start compiling these singles one by one.
This track to me is like the hip hop version of Billy Joel’s We Didn’t Start The Fire except with a dope beat from King P and dope lyricism from an assortment of dope emcees. This is a great cut that even the most fickle hip hop fan can appreciate.