Due to a blunt and a small fire WGSE is closed for the week so now you get to hear me bitch about these wack rappers. Let me start this 'Our Say' by continuing to Rawkus bash. Yes, I'm still hating on the Lyricist Lounge 2. Even after everything I said about it I still gave it a chance and bought the damn thing. So I listened to a few joints from the CD on my way home from buying it and wasn't impressed at all, but I still had more than half the CD to go, including the ones I already ownwed or had heard, so I was still trying to be optimistic. So I'm in the car later that night on my way to pick my girl up from work, and of course I've got my CD player going as I always do when I'm in the car, except now something's different. The mood in the car has done a 180 since the last time I was in here. I'm bobbing my head, I'm singing with the music, and I'm not doing anymore skipping from track to track trying to find something I like. Do you know what's different? Do you know what changed so drastically? Basically it boils down to this. I wasn't listening to the fucking Lyricist Lounge anymore! I had already moved on. Actually I was listening to a bootleg of the Last Emperor CD. Now to some of you this may not seem like a big deal but when I actually spend money on a CD I always at least listen to it through a couple times. It took me three days before I heard the whole CD. The CD does have some tight records on it but all in all it's a grave disappointment. The M.O.P. w/Kool G Rap track was tight along with it's hidden remix. Being that I'm a huge Mobb Deep fan you know I was feeling the Big Noyd and Prodigy joint. Of course that Trick Daddy and Master Fuol record was hot. Nah, I'm bullshittin'!! They really fucked me up with that one. Even with the tracks I liked, they still didn't fit the the whole Lyricist Lounge idea. I mean come on, Trick Daddy, Q-Tip, Prodigy. These aren't exactly Uderground artists. Yo, I could go on all day about this but I need to move on to some other topics.
First off, construction on GS Entertainment, "the website", came to a complete stop in the last week because of the limited time I have for anything. So for everyone that's tired of going to my site and seeing the same Mixtape page, it's going to be a little while longer. Don't worry though, it'll definitly be worth it. My music has seemed to cut in front of the website so now it's at the front of the line. I've got a lot Mixtapes in the works right now. I'm trying a couple new styles of voice overs instead of my old Clue-esque echoing that seems to be used by every Mixtape DJ and their mom. I've got three Underground CD's and two Mainstream CD's coming out in the near future. A couple of them are coming out late and have some tracks on them that we all have heard but they're still dope so be on the lookout.
Second thing on the agenda. This fucking election man. I mean what the fuck!! That's my opinion on that.
Alright, so I recently came across one of the tightest albums of the year. If you haven't already heard then you need to get down. The new Akrobatik EP is off the hook. All the way through it's tight. My version also has his old singles on it which adds a level of greatness. You already know the kid can rhyme so now what about the beats? Yo, he's laced with dope beats too. With an exception of one or two songs there's nothing bad to say about this EP, or LP in my case. It's got guest appearences from Eso, Afu-Ra, Eon, Lif, & Breeze Evaflowin'. With just the right amount of guests, dope beats, and worthy rhymes, it's the perfect cop for anyone who likes Underground/independent music. Speaking of Mr. Lif, if you come across his album, don't sleep on it. Lif's album is in heavy rotation right now and there's not too many albums that I keep in heavy rotation.
Let's talk about some dope 12's" that I recently picked up. First off, cop the Grand Agent and Louis Logic joint. It's called "Service The Target" and I wouldn't reccommend sleeping on it. Big Jim Slade laces these cats with a dope ass beat which is the least to say about this 12". Yes, Logic does outshine Grand Agent but not to the point that you wanna skip Agent's verse, so pick this up. Another must-have would be from one of Queen's finest, Cormega. His new 12" is called "You Don't Want It" b/w "Take Mine" & "Killaz Theme". "You Don't..." is my shit right now. If not for the classic "Killaz Theme" or the Ayatollah produced "Take Mine", then get this 12" for the first joint. Godfather Don slapped together a sick beat to murder you with and Cormega definitely shines on the track. When's this kid dropping an album? This 12" should keep your mouth watering for the soon to come LP. Next on the list is the 12" from Ed OG called "Sayin' Something" b/w "What U Know". Now I know this joint has been on the Underground for a minute but it was just released on vinyl in the past week so pick the shit up. Beats are handled by Premier and Nottz. Ed OG is far from done so be on the lookout. A few others to mention without reviews would be the recently released Rawkus joints, Smut Peddlers and Copywrite. Don't sleep on these. Also, if you're a Company Flow fan then pick up their new double 12" with Cannibal Ox on the second piece.
That about does it. I've got a lot to say but my mind is a little fucked up right now and I'm madd busy these days so I can't think straight so I'll have to try to remember for next time. Check back soon as WGSE will be back in full effect after the we clean up a little.
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