Audyssey (Mass Influence, Soundsci) is Jack Jones and he has a new album, The Fix, out that I want to showcase with some immediacy. I haven’t listened to the whole thing yet, but after hearing this track with Prince Po and Spectac, you are gonna wanna cop just like I did. This joint has a high degree of lyrical integrity and meaning which is complemented by some dope yet therapeutic production from, Tris Ol’English’ Browne.
So let’s all reach a consensus and embrace the dope! Don’t tell me you don’t love it!
Artist: Pawz One x Robin Da landlord
Album: Sell Me A Dream: Flowstalgia
- Sell Me A Dream
- Sucker Punch
- On The Daily (ft. Prince Po x Vegamonster)
- Nothing To See Here
- The Devil’s Own
- It’s Like That (Remix)
- Bad Weather (ft. MED x Vegamonster)
- Sand Castles
Pawz One and Robin Da Landlord craft some substantial boom-bap flavor with their recent release of Sell Me A Dream: Flowstalgia.
But this album isn’t just about boom-bap though as much as it is about supreme execution and a cohesive union between producer and emcee. The tandem has a formula that is simple in concept but hard for many to execute. Robin Da Landlord concocts a classic sound with drums that always hit hard and pull no punches. Pawz One, on the other hand, demonstrates a really deft microphone mastery.
One last single before the album from Pawz One and Robin Da Landlord, Sell Me a Dream: Flowstalgia, drops this Friday.
On The Daily is a smooth head nodder that features flows from Prince Po and Vegamonster. Really good hip hop here and sure to be on that album.
Be prepared to cop!
Prince Po and Oh No will be releasing their collaborative project, Animal Serum, on February 4th. This is the type of sound you can expect to hear from the project. The production and the flow are very sophisticated. But the most important part…it sounds really nice to me. I have always been a fan of Prince Po’s material and looking forward to getting this album.
Don’t ask me how I missed this, but I did. Pharaohe Monch and Prince Po are back at it like they never left over this crisp Marco Polo cut from his forthcoming album, PA2: The Director’s Cut. These guys are the masters of that intricate wordplay. I mean they literally birthed that shit. Pay homage.
I missed this joint from earlier this month, and it’s definitely worthy of posting. Uncommon Nasa links with the talented producer Willie Green and the legend, Prince Po for this track Frequent Flyers. This track can be found on Uncommon Nasa’s forthcoming album, Land Of The Way It Is.