It’s been a long time since I have featured from music from the artist Famoso, but he just released a project called, Tales From Tha’ Dopeside, and he needs to be represented again. The project is eleven tracks long and they are ALL bangers.
Burgundy Clouds features the one and only Spit Gemz so I selected this track as the feature from the album. And while this track is a few years old, these guys show great chemistry and unleash a fury of wordplay over production from Alterbeats.
Check the project! You won’t regret it!
You know the drill. If I see a cut has Spit Gemz on it, I am probably going to post it. This one is no different, plus you have production from Stu Bangas, so you know the joint is going to go hard. Banga K, while not someone I am all that up on him, delivers some pretty tough bars as well.
I am not sure if this is art of a project but we are definitely due for a Broken Home album at this point! I hope that comes soon.
Yep. We’ve got a winner here. Supreme Gemz is coming from Clypto’s forthcoming project, The Loop. And you’ve got some lyrical aggression from Supreme Cerebral and Spit Gemz, hence the appropriate named track. SO be checking for this album. When I have more information, you will have it too.
Some vintage feeling hip hop from producer IceRocks and comrades-of-the-mic Calamity Chris, Spit Gemz, and SicWitDaPen. The vibe definitely has a 1990s sound, and takes me back to when I first heard Jemini The Gifted One…add that’s a strong compliment. The emcees each bring a different type of ammo to the salvo but it all comes together. Calamity Chris has a very laid back deliver, Gemz always brings a ferocity, and SicWitDaPen closes with a bridge between the two styles.
IceRocks new album, Live From The Bunker is presumed to be around the corner!
Some new ill from Spit Gemz is a sight for sore eyes, and when you couple his high level of skill with a guest verse from the gawd Chino XL shit just becomes sublime. Stu Bangas laces the production and the emcees unleash salvo after salvo of heat. It’s honestly a lot of dope to take in for one cut.
I can’t wait for the project.
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.
Man, this song is tough, and even takes on a new appeal with video. In this way you can see Spit Gemz expressions while spittin’ his ridiculous wordplay over this Junior Makhno beat.
You can find this dope cut in two places, Spit Gemz released, Godly Features, and Makhno’s recetnly released, Clandestinity. Now all we need is a fully collaborative project between the two because this track sounds so good!
In my mind, Junior Makhno, is a top flight producer but sometimes his work might go unnoticed, but here’s an opportunity for you to catch up for the price of FREE. Clandestinity is a compilation of tracks that Makhno has produced over the course of the last few years with well-known, and some lesser-known artists. It’s entirely dope. Listen here if you like!
I really hope this means there might be a Broken Home collaborative project in the works. Spit Gemz, Aye Wun, and Eff Yoo flip that ill lyricism over an incredible One-Take beat. This track is certainly not to be slept on.
Cross your fingers that there might be more of these gems dropping soon!
Here is a track, Ferocious, from Saran Rap’s recent EP, Heavy Crates. I am putting this out there because I think some heads are missing out on this project. It’s got a few heavy hitters in terms of emcees, and definitely has that boom bap appeal. I certainly think it fits the mold of what we are trying to do here at HipHopDependency.
Of course on this track you’ve got Agallah, Smoovth, and Spit Gemz slaying mics, and who doesn’t like that line up. Enjoy!