John Reilly narrates three stories of rejection in the romance game over a production from Rediculous. Reilly addresses every man’s worst nightmare from Elementary School to High School, but then hits you with word of perseverance on the third verse. This is a refreshing track to be sure.
So I have a post with Spit Gemz today and one with Skanks but why don’t we tie them together with this cut from Eff Yoo and Rediculous’ album, The Eff Word. Chinese Super Ninjas is a dope posse cut that also includes bars from G.S. Advance.
There’s a really good mix of bars and styles on this cut, but my favorite line comes from Skanks:
…I never served time, I always made my time serve me…
Man, I like that wordplay.
Here’s another artist I have been rocking with from the beginning…Eff Yoo. And as an artist he has really grown over the years. This song really sets expectations for his project with producer Rediculous, The Eff Word (drops on April 21st). So feel the horns and the flow, and raise your glass to salute the talent!
Comet and Rediculous teamed up to bring you a new project called of End of Dayz which dropped for FREE just a few days ago. This is the first video single from the project which features Screwball affiliate Blaq Poet. I think you know what you are going to get when these fellas team up…it’s just that raw NYC boom bap!
Eff Yoo just released his latest album, Papa Dios, which reminded me that I had never posted about this video. Truly, the album is Eff Yoo’s most complete to date. His skill set is becoming more polished and refined, making this album a must listen. This cut is really just the tip of the iceberg in what you will find in the album. Bangers on deck!
Oh you were truly not ready for this joint. Rediculous applied a particular type of funk to make this joint rock while Skeezo, El Gant, and Bekay launch an all out verbal assault on all the skinny jean wearing hipsters who claim to be able to rock the crowd. These are joints that hip hop heads scream for, so make sure you dowload the album and share it with a friend. You owe these men that much.
1. Stuck in the 90s (Rediculus Remix)
2. Pick Up Lines (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq and Vasnessa Renee) (Rediculus Remix)
3. Party Starters (ft. Nutso) (Rediculus Remix)
4. Hudson Valley Renegade (Rediculus Remix)
5. Watch Ya Step (ft. El Gant, Bekay and DJ Modesty) (Rediculus Remix)
6. The Mission (Rediculus Remix)
7. How You Spit (ft. Napoleon Da Legend) (Rediculus Remix)
8. Stuck in the 90s (Rediculus Head Bang Remix)
9. How You Spit (Rediculus Reflex Remix)
Again, not a full review, just an awareness post. I don’t know how it happened, but Skeezo linked up with one hell of a producer to remix his Stuck In Da 90s project from last year. Rediculous lives up to his moniker when it comes to the beats he utilized for this project. In all honesty, I am loving this entire thing from front to back. The original is dope, but the remixed version is next level. Skeezo’s vocals sound perfect over this reworking. It’s a free download, so make sure you head on over to the link above and download from DJ Booth. This will be essential for 2014.
The single dropped a couple of weeks ago and subsequently we get the visuals. The concept is almost like a basement cypher. As we said when we brought you the single a couple of weeks ago each of these emcees goes in with their verses. There is no weak link in the armor. In the description of the video there is a comparison of Bekay to ODB for this particular cut and that seems appropriate. I mean, dude is giving himself a haircut while spittin’ a dope sixteen…
This again is off of Rediculous’ forthcoming album, In Response: Dee-Fi.
I love the music Rediculous puts out. He always puts out fantastic beats and tags with the elite emcees in the game. In this case, on Kalashnikov and Kush he gets bars from Shabaam Sahdeeeq (has anyone done more work than him in 2014), El Gant, Famoso, and Bekay. That’s one hell of a line up!
Rediculous’ new album, In Response: Dee-Fi, is due out hopefully soon!
This song hits like, well, and Iron Fist! Rediculous really shows his chops on this beat. He’s got an ill bass line and some neck-snapping drums as well as some excellent chopping of the samples. And what about Blaq Poet you say? When have you ever hear Blaq Poet come remotely weak or soft? When this man touches mic he’ going for the jugular. This is that banger you have been looking for.