I’m sure there are plenty more, but two memorable songs I can think of with “Power” in their titles (Kanye’s Power and Tech N9ne’s Absolute Power) are both dope. Now it appears as though the word is three for three my book, because Jern Eye’s latest effort is just as good as the aforementioned pair. Over the grungy, hard-hitting production of G Koop & O Man, the Oakland emcee shows how much power he possesses, crushing the production with a flow that’s crystal-clear despite being seasoned with studio distortion. Jern doesn’t mind sharing the power, either; Vex Davortex of legendary hip-hop group The Boogiemonsters assists on the guest tip. Vex’s style syncs well with Jern’s, and his unrelenting flow only makes the joint more, for lack of a more appropriate word, powerful. This promo single isn’t attached to a larger project but, as always, fans can watch our pages for the latest news and tunes from all involved.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/23/13
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