Hip-hop artists certainly ain’t shy about four-letter words in general, but emcees who cultivate a hard-as-nails image tend to have a little trouble with one of ‘em; I’m talking, of course, about “LOVE.” A “Sick Ass Song” that didn’t make it onto Strong Arm Steady‘s latest full-length, this outtake finds Nottz Raw serving up a vintage soul sample as Krondon, Mitchy Slik and Phil Da Agony offer their varying perspectives on the topic of romance. This cut, as mentioned above, didn’t make the final tracklist, but those who like what they’re hearing are sure to find more to their liking on SAS’ Arms and Hammers LP, released February 22, and out now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 06/10/11
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