Friday, June 27, 2008
YO whut up. I know i been running my mouth about some rhyming shit. But here's where those darts i spoke about went to.
Black Tobacco is a project that i'm doing with Dutchmasters productions.
We linked up through the Kevin Nottingham site and the mutual respect musically led to this EP ( album is on deck ).
Writing this joint came easy cause Dutch is a producer i really fuck with. He makes the type of beats that i zone out heavy to. Psycologically it's easier to write to someones else's beat anyway, but when they are this hot it's beyond being a cakewalk.
When I was rhyming to his joints i found myself blacking out extra hard. Like on "20 grand exit" when the beat switched i just started singing with the record cause emotionally it just took the kid there. Son is still hitting me with joints so we will make an album.
1. New Saga
2. Fly Mindstate
3. Cinema Stackz
4. Summer of the 90's
5. The 20 grand Exit
All tracks produced by Dutchmasters Productions
LONG AWAITED HIGHLY ANTICIPATED ( yeah right )
Here's the Megaman Theory EP. ( yeah i dropped it june 9th but i been doing promo for the God Son remix, going outta town a lot etc etc so i'm posting it up now )
Self produced. A compilation of old and new joints.
I was in a little bit of an experimental mindstate with this. ( 2 of the joints are instrumentals made in Akira Parker mode ) But it's still got straightforward hip hop joints too ( and some inbetween shit )
The rhymes vary from personal to story telling and it is a slight prequel to my OFFICIAL album. ( that is my heaviest body of work ever )
1. The Megaman Theory
2. The Flip Tip
4. Digital Tokenz ( instrumental )
7. Akira tried to kill Tokyo ( instrumental )
all tracks produced by Tokyo Cigar
Check out the joint.
Whoa. I got a little bit of a nice reaction with this one. I threw it together mad quick ( like 2 weeks on and off )
I was supposed to do "I am" ( i had the acapellas for that album ready and everything ) but i found these vocals and fate did the rest.
The original was mainly somber so i decided to give mine a hard feel.
Like for "get down" the harshness of the lyrics were overtaken by the jazzyness of the beat. So i went for some straight razorblade cold bone hard shit. I mean come on, he was talking bout being a kid and almost shooting someone, watching a friends murder trial go to hell in a basket and was almost murdered himself in the tracks storylines so what i gave the track was TENSION.
Each song on the album required a different feel but i think i did my thing on "zone out" ( whut up bgeezie thanks for the love u gave this track ). I liked how quirky the original was but i went for that straight QB hard hip hop sound with my remix. ( with some xtra sprinkles on top ).
Remixing shit has been pretty fun. I started doing it febuary this year and it has helped me get my name out a little. Plus i got MAD BEATS so it helps me put them out rather than let em sit till i sell em.