What It Sound Like?
While I'm pressed for time, I keep pressing this industry with real rap. After leaving us with The Light, we got a full project from Lunatic. Yup, he's back with a lyrical baptism. Even from the one tune we heard, you could peep the spiritual conscious! Now belting rhymes over a soundtrack prepared by producer, Sc@ryHour of The Professional Amateurs.
These tracks are not only hard and gritty, the levels are mixed synced with the vocals. Lun has a distinct voice that could be served injustice by slight engineer faults. The first joint has background sounds of praise elements while the shining goes on. Listening to The Sacrifice, and Habanero Marinara his impatience with hate is heard.
My Hip Hop ear is spoken to by the bar prowess in Cold Blood. While most of the album battles corruption, the artist has a bit more fun tooting his own horn. Mission still accomplished, a nice set up for Starcade 85'a no holds bar approach. Skits were not stretched or overused, Snuff was measured accurate. Details actions that this soil has practiced for too long, as it rolls into Omega. So I appreciate the brother for sharing it with people that were not aware.
NBK is aggressive, wise, and another piece with a message. Though, the material is graphic, the artist manages to get his point across exposing evil with minimal foul language. Plus, it had no guest appearances, rare and bold.
Southern hospitality over classic samples, you gotta break bread at Bandcamp. Big thanks to all readers, artists, and word of mouthers. We're growing together. May Yeshua shower you with blessings.