It’s been a minute since I have heard some new music from Words, so as soon as I saw this I had to give it a listen. And here he is linking up with the very talented and respected DJ TMB and emcees Napoleon Da Legend and Venomous2000. It’s a dope track as could be anticipated and coming off the forthcoming album, The Winterborns.
If this latest single, I Ain’t Particular, is any indication, well…these guys literally haven’t missed a beat (no pun intended). It’s that dope material through and through with DJ TMB on the cuts.
Be on the lookout for the album dropping soon!
Album: Sounds Of The Great Ones
- Know Things (ft. DJ TMB)
- Hot Damn (ft. The Artifacts, Tiye Phoenix, and DJ Trickalone
- Rock The Bells (ft. Reks, C-Rayz Walz, and DJ TMB)
- My Grandma Used To Say
- Products Of The Environment (ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq and Cella Dwellas)
- Marvelous (Planet-ill)
- Make Ya Speakers Pop (ft. 9th Prince, Inspectah Deck, NLZ, and DJ TMB)
- Psalms 76
- It’s Over (ft. DJ TMB)
I am not going to start off this review by telling you how much I have been a fan of Venomous2000 over the years. That would be disingenuous. As a matter of fact, you won’t see too much music from him posted on this site since it’s inception. Honesty being the best policy, while I respected the man’s talent, I was never really “wowed” by his previous bodies of work, and I had purchased more than just a couple of projects.
Psalms 76 is one of my favorite tracks, if not the favorite, off of Venomous2000 and Trilian’s new album, Sounds Of The Great Ones. This is track is about bars in relentless abundance from Venomous over a high octane banger from Trilian. There is a method and a message to the music…just listen up and catch it. And definitely make sure you check this album. It’s not going to be one to pass on.
Some high octane hip hop to get the juices moving this Monday. J57, Venomous2000, FDot1, and El Gant pull off their best Supafly Snooka over this 70s funktastic Rediculous beat. As of last year, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you who Rediculous even was, but he has been responsible for some pretty impressive works over the course of that time. When I get something in the inbox with his name on it, I know I have to pay attention.