Did you expect anything less than in your face gully bars from a track featuring Nems? If you did then you have been misled. Bub Styles and Nems are verbally stepping on the neck with this new track, Fat Farm, produced by Ace Fayce.
This is one of my favorite joints from 1982’s (Statik Selektah x Termanology) album Still 1982. The beat that Statik cooked up for this is the sure shot and when Term links up with Nems it’s nothing but gully raps. And Beanz definitely keeps the momentum going between each of the verses on the chorus. It’s tough, and you shall enjoy.
Nems and Benny are a solid combination to a track together and that’s exactly what comes about on the new cut, To The Grave. Their styles and their voices really gel perfectly over this dark banger produced by Lex.
This is joint from DJ Skizz’s album, High Powered, just goes hard. Milano Constatine and Nems spit some silos out at you and none were spared.
Damn. This track…is going to stay on repeat for a minute.
Nems is back to doing music and you know what that means? This beat is getting bodied. The man is delivering that hardcore street shit…and I mean that quite literally. This man took you to his streets and gave you a sneak peak, visually and lyrically.
From Da Streets is a new single from Dro Pesci’s forthcoming album , Groundhog Day, which is dropping on February 2nd. And here you get what you would expect, some gritty street narratives from Pesci, Ruste Juxx, and Nems, over a beat with a piano riff created by Vic Grimes that makes you think of Halloween the movie. Ill shit right here!
Nems is about to unleash his latest project, Planet Of The Apes, and this is the latest single from the project. He enlists long time associate George Burnz and Danse to help murk the beat which is incidentally produced by a resurgent Agallah (this name has been ringing extra loud lately).
When I think of ‘tough’ bars these two are some of the first to come to mind. Nems and AG Da Coroner play like the Grim Reaper on this banger of a track (production?). This is some ‘go out and smack a hipster’ type of music.
More goodness is delivered courtesy of Nutso and Dee Metto’s collaborative project, Fluushang Metto. This cut separates the real from the fake with a lineup of tough rhyme writers and one of the best DJ’s around, DJ JS-1. It’s a thorough track…enjoy.
This is one of the tightest cuts off of Shaz Illyork’s Deadstock Revival. The Illyorker is joined by Nems, Nutso, Poison Pen, and Danse Daimons for this track. Those emcees, my readers, are some of the hardest rhymers doing it. Be sure to check out the album if you have not already.