SGT. Over – School Of Hard Knoxx (2013)


True to my commitment to post more projects on HHD (minus the lengthy review) I bring you the newest EP from SGT. Over, School Of Hard Knoxx.  This project is short coming in at under 15 minutes but it’s really meant as a teaser for what is yet to come.   What that is, is his forthcoming album, Big Music, from which we have already showcased cuts featuring, Ras Kass and Ransom.  That album is going to be fully loaded and will drop in early 2014.  But in the meantime enjoy this moment in time produced by Knoxx.   The whole thing is certified but I am especially feeling the track, Sarge.  That one really sets the tone for what I think SGT Over is about.

Single You Out: SGT. Over – I’m Thru (ft. Ras Kass)



SGT. Over ain’t even close to being done.  He is hustling hard and now he’s really stepping up the feature game by including one of my all time favorite emcees, Ras Kass.    That actually takes a lot of guts, because Ras will son a lot of people who invite him on the mic, but Sarge does what he always does and he elevates his flow and lyrics to new heights to the point where he shines just as bright.   BasementBeatz laces the emcees with a hype, uptempo production that proves an ample canvas for the duo to craft their rhymes.

Single You Out: SGT. Over – Black Death (ft. Ransom)



SGT. Over has been relentless in 2013 cranking out songs and readying us for his album in 2014, entitled, Big Music.   For the cut, Black Death, Sarge tags in the Jersey vet, Ransom, who is coming off his own success with the Statik Selektah produced album, The Proposal.  I am not sure who the producer is for the track as there is no credits, but the sound knocks.  Sarge and Ransom’s voice give the song a nice contrast.  I am sure you will feel this.

Single You Out: Sgt Over – The Bad Guy


This was of course released a few weeks ago, but as I was incognito for a moment, it did not get posted.  DPS is fam in these parts as the crew consistently drops dope tracks so it’s little more than a guarantee that their music always wind up on HHD.   This track from SGT. Over doesn’t seem to be destined for any project in particular.   It’s simply a track that lets him distinguish himself from the rest of the pack over a Knox produced track.   He’s just flexing the skills and that’s OK by me.