This track is incredibly fresh! You have the combination of Wildelux and Propo’88 making some dope we can get in with as the Certified Craftsmen. And, Hey!, definitely has that well crafted sound about it. I love the depth and layers in the production with cascading sounds and concise scratching. Wildelux also has an authority about his flow that is concise and sharp over this track.
They have a new project coming out and I am excited to hear a complete project from the two.
Visual from Wildeluxand Roccwell’sforthcoming project, The Nomad in No Man’s Land. This joint is definitely fresh with an uptempo and resilient vibe to it, and if it’s any indication of the project to come in a few days, I think we are all in for an auditory treat.
Sabastien Shaw is this first single from Wildelux’sforthcoming project, The Lost Gem Collection. Xeos brings out the dusty horns for this production and Wildelux proves to be the model of consistency with tight lines and a nice flow. Filmed in Osaka, Japan if you were wondering.
Dope lyricism. One of the best recent demonstrations of that ‘Alphabet Control’ in a song. Wildeluxis not just tossing the “C” words out of context either just for the sake of doing. Everything remains in context. Very well written and produced as well. This video reminds me that I have to check his album, Grand Champion. Definitely need to cop that.
The good homie, D. Strong shot this track over to me via Twitter. C.A.S.H is composed of D. Strong and Wildelux and has a hard edged, street flavor. The production on this banger is made courtesy of Lafayette Ave. The C.A.S.H EP is dropping in 2013 so if you are liking the sound of this, I am sure you will be all over that.
How about some boom bap, flavor? I can’t say that I am too familiar with any of the parties involved in this song, D-Strong, Wildelux, Chinch 33, and Lafayette Ave. But I am going to have to study up. This beat is murderous, while the emcees drop some serious bars. Ya heard?