One is an underground rapper from Brooklyn; the other is a Washington, D.C. rep who just went major. Yet one thing rappers Skyzoo and Wale share in common, in addition to both being highly respected, is their ability to be Lyrically Inclined on whatever beat is thrown their way; a perfect example of such is their newest collaboration. While many rappers would rely on producer Illmind‘s intricate beat to compensate for average verses, on Lyrically Inclined it acts as a mere backdrop to Sky and Wale’s clinic in rhyme. The end result: a strong collaboration sure to be enjoyed by indie and mainstream fans alike.
Written by Burmy on 04/30/08
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"The Necessary Evils" (2008)
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