Featuring Milez Grimez and friends.
I posted the audio to this track six months ago and much like a fine wine (so I hear anyway,) this joint got better with age. Chris stated, way back when Celph Titled’s Nineteen Nintey Now dropped, that F.T. had one of the better rap names, since it stands for FUC THAT.
Wais P currently holds the best name in the biz (no he doesn’t) but FUC THAT is a dope rap name. And this video should come with a free Kevlar vest because it’s too gully. Those scratches towards the end give me the stank face. Everything about this track is in-your-face. So much so, that it’s causing me to write in fragments.
Word to your mother.
Grab Harbodie Hip Hop at any digi-dealer or, if your Mr. Moneybags, scoop up the physical. Import prices be straight ingnant sometimes.
An introductory sample from The Wire, and a handful of verses rugged enough to leave your skimpies with shit stains. Ladies and gentlemen, if you do happen to go to Baltimore, try to keep these Dirt Platoon grimy’s on your good side.
How about some back-to-back Kyo Itachi action? Yeah, I knew you’d like that. This one right here is from his project with Ruste Juxx, Hardbodie Hip-Hop. RI’s own Milez Grimez steps to the plate after Ruste’s lead-off microphone smash, followed by a sure-shot from Shabaam Sahdeeq, and Comet coming through to clean things up. Give it a listen. I promise it’s better than my cheesy puns.
Be on the look out for a video to this joint coming soon, and some more work from Ruste and Milez in the near future. We’ll have it all on TECB once it goes down.
Before Kyo Itachi linked up with Ruste Juxx for Hardbody Hip-Hop, he and Long Beach’s native son LMNO messed around and made Born Again. Here’s the video for the title track which also includes cuts by Dubs One.You can grab Born Again on iTunes or hit up Up Above Records to see if they have any hard copies left.
Also the Visionaries will be in Hollywood tonight at the House of Blues, performing at the Paid-Dues pre-party. Sounds like a dope show.