What It Sound Like?
This can't wait any longer, it's a Hometeam thing, and I warned ya! While heads got gassed by the media attempts to separate our rap community with regional sub-titles I listened to all sections. My ear was groomed early by the authentic sound of Rappin 4-Tay Dru Down, Hieroglyphics, list goes on. Our topic tonight is slick as sleet, General Back Pain is throwback to the names prior.
The signature designed flow glides along Chuck Chan aligned tracks. The samples are from retros with variety, including pieces from old spirituals. Chuck keeps his digs in a lane remaining outside the ordinary. You'll even find him exercising his lyrical skills on Crenshaw & Imperial. Track so hard, I don't blame him. IKing partner, Lupus Dei also inks a feature on Golden Flows. Trading fire verses over a melodic overseas extract.
GBP gave you the organic Inglewood welcome with audio from the natives speaking on real life events. His familiar personality puts you court side of the action. Yet, the lines in songs like Monster Kody and Lo are nothing common. "I don't take my socks off when I hit it." Hip Hop is a match of proving invincibility, gotta have room for humor. Pain raps it up with a satellite radio approach. LOTU has bars for spittas, light drums, and a wavy chorus.
Listeners get to know GBP with Lo at SoundCloud. Chuck Chan production, you can't go wrong. Thanks for supporting the artists and RAN. God bless you!