Vorheez sent this track to me a few weeks ago but I was in a Covid pandemic slumber so now it’s time to wake up and shine a light on this gem. Philip Drummond laces a boom-bap, funk, heat rock , while DJ Theory chops up the sounds making this track all things proper. Vorheez has a great flow and lyrical prowess to fall right in tandem with a voice that just stands out.
I hope we hear more from him soon!
The emcee Vorheez has periodically released music over the course of the existence of Hip Hop Dependency and while the quantity of music may be limited, the quality is not. Case in point, is this DJ Stress produced banger. The beat is definitively funky, and Vorheez is kicking a raw flow with some slick metaphors.
I love it when Vorheez drops new music. He doesn’t drop new joints all that often, and I have been waiting for an album for three years, but when he does put out something new…magic seems to happen. His delivery is so fluid and the words just seem to cascade off the tongue. The man has a gift as you can hear on this track, No Mullets.
Crown is responsible for the Spanish horn infused beat.
I feel like I have been waiting for this Vorheez album, Say Anything, for a couple of years at least. Both Vorheez and producer LuvJonez take a laid back approach to this latest cut, Leverage. The production has almost a melodic quality to it while Vorheez’s voice cascades many dope bar across it.
As soon as I hear that the album is dropping, I will let you all know.
I had forgotten for a moment that Vorheez new album would be dropping this year and while the Fall seems like it is a long way along, it’s cut like these that will tide us over. This track will actually be featured on The Grim Reaperz EP (dropping May 10th, vinyl only). The beat is hot and the rhyme exchanges are fresh.
Are you different? Do you not quite fit in? Do you have some quirks? Don’t we all? Hence the title, Freaks And Weirdos.
Vorheez is back at it again with the second single off of his yet to be released debut album, Say Anything. I love how DJ Rob Swift chops up that Jeru The Damaja sample in the end. Pure hip hop.