Seriously, someone from Toronto needs to let the rest of the world know what they are doing up there to cultivate all the talent that has seeped across the border and into our collective ear drums. Is it something in the water, perhaps? Are they bumpin’ 2pac in all the hospitals nurseries? We might never know the answer, but as long acts like Smash Brovaz keep cooking up dope tunes like Casserine the T-Dot can keep their secret. Cassrine features the exceptional boardwork of DJ Wristpect and MC Sir Lancelot, who crafts this sultry beat around an ear catching whistle and a jazzy horn instrumental. As the beat flows, the duo spit lines like they “owe you a favor,” contributing two sharp, quality verses that ooze old-school hip-hop. For more Canadian cuts, be sure to grab Think It’s A Game LP, the newest project from Smash Brovaz, out December 13.
Written by Lucas G. on 11/15/12
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