What It Sound Like?
This is the stuff that makes me feel good. It’s the day of the compilation. Since I appreciate equity and prosperity, I love to see people work together. When I saw the promo posts I was excited for the outcome. There’s some heads I was already cool with, plus some that I met from the creation of this project.
Biggups to Miami, FL stationed producer, Br00tal Productions. He assembled a fleet of spittas for a Hip Hop contribution. All beats laced by Br00tal with a dope variety. You get an opportunity to hear his range. Peep the roster selected by the visionary.
It pops off with a deep artist I worked with, Dot-com Intelligence, plus L-Biz, and Speedie Da Icon. The emcees’ alerting message is delivered with a harmonizing hook, a bold route not often taking in this circuit. An interesting twist follows with back to back joints titled the same. These tunes consist of the artists Black Taurus and Cold Blues.
Hog Pullock and Trpl-Z join up for a duo to bring that aggression. Midway, we get spoken word influence from Phantom Legs. Gratefully, I also appear on this album freeing the mind. Following is some poetics from Chelly Peyrefitte. The Boom Bap sax is vocalized by Lord Natural with raw perspective. The next song introduced me to a Hip Hop family. Check the cadenced bars from Kcirrem, Sonny Blanco, and Ray Swoope. Then, this project wraps up with another one from Trpl-Z to carry us out.
Br00tal allows the artists to shine, as they all brought something special to the gathering. You get a variety of angles in this Hip Hop presentation. I also like the interludes of instrumentals crafted by the alter ego, Gordon Gekko. I’m always honored to be included in someone’s work of art. Get your piece at Bandcamp. Be sure to grab the chrome plated cassettes, too. Thanks for always supporting. Blessings from the Almighty to all!