What It Sound Like?
No letting off the pedal, let's get right into this new work. You remember when them Niagara Falls music gates opened up? We heard from some cool artists that were distant for so long. We're catching back up with one of those Dirty Waters natives, Go Green Luck. He's bringing his third installment of Take The Blunt with DJ Kasa. Since the second release, Luck has been running it up. Catch his IG feed, he's always in the action.
Let's switch the wave up a little from the samples to the energy tracks. GGL has more style than the average, does things others won't. Most of this project is driven by beats from scratch. Tunes that can go from the radio to the clubs right away. I need to get back in the gym and put this in my playlist. Definitely the joints to play around the ladies. He shows he could hang with the spittas, as well on tracks like Pasta and DJ Kasa Radio Freestyle with our boy Jamal Gasol. Told you this was a Dirty Waters situation.
More guest arrivals from Tae Pac, Jay Grand, Abeer, and camp member Go Green Outlaw. Listen to the voice of the youth displayed over 808's. These are the producers you want to look out for. Pablo MCR, $urpass, Young Devante, King Mezzy, TNTXD x TayTay Made It, Kid Ocean, and Drum Dummy. Shouts to them for the demanding sounds.
Top is another instrumental - type track where he spits that pain. That and 24K got more of the vibe I could roll with. You have to take notice in his ability to flow in variety. Luck makes sure you don't bored of any segment of this album. He has star quality and is on his way. Add TTB3 to your lists at Soundcloud. It's free and fun to listen to.
Thank you to every reader passing through. Some of the vets are coming around, now. Blessings from the Most High!