Sorry, ‘80s TV buffs: newly-released single Night Riders does not feature Durte Muzik Pradukshun rhyming over the Knight Riders theme, dope as that would undoubtedly be. Instead, this freshly-released cut (the B-Side to the non-featured Lord Have Mercy) follows in the rugged, street-oriented footsteps of album lead single How Many Tears. Ringleader Nottz layers eerie, sampled chants over a booming rhythm section as Bigshot Manceeni, Cutlass Reid, Khizman, Starboy, Ivory Keyes and Boogie compete to deliver the hardest-bitten 16. As if their bars weren’t grimy enough, T-Dot stalwart Kardinal Offishall tops the record off with an aggressive guest verse. Released July 2, via Raw Koncept, Nottz Presents: God Made Durt! is available now online.
Written by richard on 07/11/13
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