Lateb needs some recognition for his album, Undone, with producer, L.O.B. This is the perfect opportunity. And while this is not my favorite track from the album (that accolade goes to the track Grey Sunshine), this is certainly a hot one. Some artists, shouldn’t do their own choruses, but Lateb has the talent and skill to do that effectively, which really enhances the vibe of the song. He does that on several tracks on the album, and gives the project a rich, yet haunting dimension. Check it!
Here’s an appropriately titled loosie from producer Giallo Point featuring emcees D Strong and Dro Pesci called, The Heat. And that’s exactly what this trio bring you on this cut. It’s pure and unadulterated fire. Giallo continues his run of lacing banger after banger for dope emcees. Strong and Pesci are laying heads to rest on this track…you all had your chance!
I am still getting caught up and a lot of dope music that was in my inbox when I was without a computer and fixing my music library. This maybe the illest track that I missed out on. This is several weeks old and probably made it’s rounds on the blogs already, but that’s not the point. It really deserves some shine. This is a remix to an overseas project and is being used to showcase some of the talent that the US has. It serves as an ode to the Smoothe Da Hustler and Trigga Da Gambler 1990s classic, Broken Language.
I for one think they did a great job. The beat is ill and the wordplay and chemistry between the three emcees is second to none. Zilla Rocca is one of my personal favorites, but Has-Lo and Curly Castro are really equal to the task. They each drop dope lines over and over again. Too many in fact to mention, but a big shout out for the “Billy Baldwin” line. That was funny. Check it out below and look for these artists’ material. They have plenty of material out there.