I didn’t even realize Tona had dropped and album. I guess that shows where my head has been at lately. Show Me Some Love is actually the iTunes bonus track to Carpe Diem. I don’t see it on the Amazon edition. It’s a dope track that just seems to keep the momentum rolling when it comes to Tona’s success. Production from Rich Kidd.
I was not familiar with Rubiks at all but I saw the at Rich Kidd did the production so I decided to check this track out. The end result of this collaboration is a really dope song. It’s got an uptempo and slightly industrial tone about it. The distorted guitar licks really give the track another dimension. Rubiks keeps a flow and tempo that give the track some excitement and the way he switches up his cadence really keeps things interesting. In the end both the production and emceeing make the track very dynamic.
He has a new mixtape set to drop entitled VOLUM3: Push Play #PushItRealGood.
This track from Naturally Born Strangers (Rich Kidd x Tona x Adam Bomb) is a loosie that didn’t make their self-titled album. But this track is right up on par with the excellence that the album represents. Rich Kidd lacing the big beats and the emcees respond with some fine wordplay. If you haven’t already checked it, make sure you give the album a listen.
Naturally Born Strangers is comprised of Rich Kidd, Tona, and Adam Bomb. I was actually looking for the release of their new album a few weeks ago and could not find it for the life of me. Now I catch this video for Tie Breaker and learn that you can DL the album for free here.
This track is impeccable. The beat can almost be defined as spiritual and the verses, with the story unfolding, are just plain phenomenal. Any time a song give you the chills, you can consider that a good thing. I can’t wait to give this album a listen.