Over the years Cookin’ Soul has been in the background of some of the best remixes and instrumentals to grace our eadrums, but today the Spanish producer/DJ trio, comprised of Big Size, Milton and Zock, are making their headlining debut with some automatic weapon hip-hop. With a title like AK 47 you’d expect a banging beat, but instead the men of soul cook up a mellowed out instrumental that still finds time to include some classic hip-hop scratches. Manning the mics are Cali vets Nipsey Hussle, Blanco and Mistah F.A.B., the former laying down his distinctive L.A. style in smooth yet menacing bars and the latter doing yet more Bay Area representing in a hard hitting verse middle verse, with Bay Area newcomer Blanco closing out the festivities with appropriately high-caliber rhymes. If you’re in the mood to taste some more of what Big Size, Milton & Zock got cooking you’re in luck: upcoming album Raw will contain ten tracks of Cookin Soul beats and Blanco x Nipsey lyrics. Sounds like the perfect recipe for dopeness to us.
Written by Nathan S. on 04/5/12
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