Though beatsmith Sani‘s latest instrumental album, RetroGrade, was scheduled to hit the ‘net today, the 2008ighties affiliate has decided to hold the project back for a few finishing touches. But he’s not about to leave his hungry fanbase hanging; as a consolation for the extended wait, he’s unleashed a brand new record off his forthcoming project with BRKF$T CLUB colleague Fonz-E Mak. After the Storm, the sequel to 2011 mixtape cut Storm After the Calm (off Mak’s The 6:21 Theory street album), Sani’s layered brass, string, and vocal samples set the mood as the emcee lets loose with a torrential downpour of witty braggadocio, taking special pleasure in pouring cold water on his rivals in the game. You’ll be able to find this record and many more quality cuts on 19/20, which as yet lacks a drop date. Keep it locked for the latest on that set, as well as on Sani’s forthcoming beat tape.
Written by richard on 01/30/13
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