N.B.S. – Where They At (ft. Onyx) (Video)

Where They At is the Onyx featured track on N.B.S.’ new album, SwissVets2.  This is a great natural pairing as both groups have a raw flavor about them.  I copped the album on the strength of the duos strong discography but have yet to hear it in it’s entirety.

This track is subtle when it comes to the production but all ruggedness when it comes to these bars!  Fury!


N.B.S. – The Evils (prod. By DJ Tray) (Video)

N.B.S. is vastly underrated in this game. They are so very consistent when it comes to dropping the illness. They always go heavy with that Boom Bap. They prove it once more narrating street tales over a neck snapping DJ Tray beat.

The new album, SwissVets2 should be dropping early next year. CDJ Trayan’t wait!

N.B.S. – Til’ The World Ends (ft. Reks) (produced by Alkota) (Video)

N.B.S. takes it from the salon back into the streets and  then proceeds to sever heads over a hard Alkota produced rhythm, with an assist from R-E-K-S.   This joint will instantly be added to my rotation.  It just knocks.  I just copped their new album, The Smokefest, earlier today.  I haven’t listened to it yet, but there’s no doubt that the albums going to be filled with bangers.

N.B.S. – Perm Time (Prod by Snowgoons) (Video)

It seems like N.B.S. just released their album, The Dispensary, yesterday.  But I guess it’s been close to a year since that release, Now they are back again with new material from a new album, The Smokefest.  On this track, the fellas prove great multitaskers dropping hot bars over Snowgoons production, and and getting some haircuts.    There’s nothing wrong with that!

N.B.S. – Champions (Video)

When you think of good chemistry between rhyming partners on the mic, you all should start thinking about N.B.S. These emcees are on point.  This song an video show and prove.  Definitely start looking for some of their music.  You can cop their latest album, The Prelude, on Itunes.  You can also check out DatPiff for some of their free mixtapes. They are definitely worth checking into.  The Boston scene is heavy with lots of talented emcees, but do not pass on these artists.  You will regret it.