What It Sound Like?
It's really cool when underground rappers have signature sounds, as much as signed rappers. When it comes to signature sounds, I think AZ, Scarface, Jadakiss. I'm only naming a few, the flows are so recognized and could freeze time. Lupus Dei has the same effect, the piercing voice and high end flow captures the audience.
Key pusher Chuck Chan is also one who sticks out of the bunch. He assembled the soulful samples for the entire home run audio reel. Grandslam has a stolen base from General Back Pain off second. Yea, his style slides into the defense causing a concussion. With this teamwork, IKING opportunities are hard to refuse, though Lup goes dolo for The Process. Hard by street standards, yet ready to spin on radio.
Clockwork is right for anyone focused on their hustle. Notice the comfort with financial talk outside the drug game, outside the country! The artist is most detailed by The Long Road. Intimate demand by the instruments, Lupus opens the vault to lyrics and luxury.
One of the slickest lines from BL, "I give it all that I got/ I'm all that you not/ King Lup I could pull a sword out a rock/" Back Pain reappears to further the blow out in the fifth inning bringing it to an early close. This piece has to be added to your SoundCloud or Bancamp collection. Also, follow their pages! Get ready for upcoming album, 1994 by Lupus Dei. Thanks for your feedback, may the Lord shower you with blessings.