|Written by tricksta|
|Monday, 06 July 2009 16:48|
This eighteen track album is produced by Recordkingz, a South London producer who has managed to get the cream of the US scene all up on his album. His beats are top notch, banging you with solid kicks and slapping you with gritty snares. Tragedy Khadifi goes hard on ‘I Cried’ which is a real Hip-Hop delight, as is the Joell Ortiz contribution entitled ‘Take A Walk Me’. The likes of Mobb Deep give us the albums biggest moment with ‘Heat’ although tracks like ‘Rock Ya Shoulders’ feat The Beatnuts, ‘Hip-Hop Throwback featuring Guilty Simpson and ‘Playin To Lose’ featuring Little Brother are undoubtedly super-sick too. The production is nice and what I like about this album is works as an album rather than just eighteen tracks plonked on a CD. Hat’s off to Recordkingz for a brilliant album, it’s a tight release. Big ups.
|Last Updated on Friday, 25 September 2009 19:41|