This track has been out for a while, but I simply have to post it. Better late than never and this head simply has to be recognized. Spit Gemz and Eff Yoo combine talents to form Rikers Island Boxing School. And these guys have a vicious spit game that they are bringing to the future on this track, Rifle Experts. They are surveying the post-apocalyptic landscape of Queens in 2099. And they visit courtesy of the production of Project Porter. This is a dope track that signals a dope project is on it’s way.
The Kurse puts together a beat as a blessing for the emcees to launch salvos over. This vocal sample echoes in the background, while there is some savagery occurring on the mic.
I can’t wait for the new project to arrive.
I know for a while there was talk of a Broken Home album dropping. I am not sure what happened to that, but this video just resurrected the thought. Spit Gemz and Banga K flexing their musical muscle over some tight production from DJ Larry Lo. This is that realness that you prepare for!
I had to re-showcase some material from this album, Chemical Monkeywrench, from Organik Poisons. The song dropped almost a year ago, but the album was just recently released. I am really feeling the guitar licks and drums from the song Respect Fire. Plus it features bars from the much respected Spit Gemz and Mitchell Aims. This is some pure head not effect on here.
Definitely check the album, it’s a dope listen that I don’t think should be left to go gently into the night. Lots of bangers on deck here!
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.
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.