One of the artists we have repped with since our inception has been Gripz, and now he’s been upping the ante, linking up with one of our more recent stalwarts on the site, Rigz. The two prove to be a dynamic combination for the track, Gimmicks. Lots of well crafted bars on this joint with production laced from Boger.
This track is lifted from the forthcoming album from Gripz, GunPowder, dropping in a couple weeks time.
How about this new-new from Da Cloth fame (Mav Montana and Rigz) along with Illanoise and Spittzwell? It’s a subdued joint production wise with light piano keys in the background but the emcees definitely do their thing, each narrating their particular street tale.
I didn’t get to post this video a week ago, but I am still going to be sharing it because it’s that kind of dope people need to hear. You’ve got Rigz and Milano Constatine paying homage to the legend Big L with this short but compelling joint. Constatine laces a nice beat for Rigz who really represents. This joint goes hard.
Don’t confuse talent with pride, that’s just your ego / At once side you can dunk a little, but lack a free throw.
Rigz and Mooch show you why they are amongst the most lethal of wordsmiths when they work together over a track. And this time they get laced by Giallo Point and you know there is some damage to be done over this haunting production!
This is a current Dream Team right here! BrownBagMoney connects with Da Cloth over a Futurewave beat, and then the world just catches aflame. That’s how hot this shit is! Rigz, Saipher Soze, Daniel Son, and Mooch drop salvo after salvo of street lyricism that will have you yearning for more. This is a combination that needs let’s say a 16 track opus. A few posse cuts…each artist having their own track…all over some Futurewave production. That has all the trappings of classic.
A guy can dream can’t he?
In my mind, Mooch has one of the nicest flows in the game right now. He assembles his bars with the best of them. On the track, Look At Me Now, he shows you what’s what on his way to the position that he maintains right now. Da Cloth brethren, Rigz, provides the chorus.
Here is some dopeness from Rigz and Flu’s collaborative project, A Piece Of The Action which is out now. I listened to the EP yesterday, and it’s quite dope. A lot of illness packed in there. And while it maybe hard to pick a favorite from such a strong crop, this song featuring Maverick and Eto may very well be mine.
Good grief! Did Rome Streetz just annihilate a 32 bar verse! I believe he did! Wow. That was impressive. And Mooch and Rigz also body this beat from Farma Beats. Da Cloth is just as clutch, as this song is dope.
Rome Streetz new project is dropping on Monday! I am about to check out all the older material. Shit this cut was inspiring.