Review Summary: Just when the battle seems it’s overturn and The Bronx Bomber calls out the magic words and puts it down ’4 my homies’ on the underground lending their hand to help in the constant battle that seems to be ongoing, never-ending event.
As the thunder clashes and the lightning exposes the clouded, stormy night pandemonium rang out through the streets of the underground the signal is ignited and thrown in the sky. Intended for a specific duo of dynamics, it had been a long time coming, but the “Heroes” The Bronx Bomber and The Detroit Ninja aka T.O.N.E-Z and Stir Crazy had finally arrived to save the day from the whackness being broken down and propelled back to the masses.
Here to rid the underground of the evil doers of music, who aren’t doing nothing for themselves to establish their name in the game so they hate, T dot has come back from hiatus stashed away in “Happyland” he’s hopped behind the mic to deliver a lyrical blow that no enemy could withstand. Expanding his powers and stretching his skills he attacks with vicious blows to the evil squad of H.A.T.E and converting them to “Ride with me”. Finally capturing their ‘Mind’s Eye’ he was able to control his enemies like he was their ‘Puppet Master’. Doing his part to keep the underground safe from bad music, Tone just dives into every situation on the album from fake friends, the evil E-thugs constantly hating, and the current status of the land he’s trying to save with every album.
Just when the battle seems it’s overturn and The Bronx Bomber calls out the magic words and puts it down ’4 my homies’ on the underground lending their hand to help in the constant battle that seems to be ongoing, never-ending event.
All that aside though, this album is a release that T.O.N.E-z couldn’t resist dropping because Stir Crazy sent the hotness in the beats and Tone just let it ride dropping the magic he laces the tracks with, with ease. One track that I enjoyed the most on it is ‘Spit the Truth’ because, to me, he’s calling out the main labels of the underground, or any artist out there claiming the UG, showing that the talent is in the un-heard and the raw talent that you have to search for. Another track that was most enjoyable straight up and down protesting his cockiness and his fixture in this music biz, ‘C.O.E. (Casulaty of Eny)ft. Dood Computer’. Revealing his moment of truth and clarity that what you get is what you see from the second you shake hands with T.
At the end of the album there’s a track called ‘T.O.N.E-Z killed M:I (the dream)’ leading anyone who follows the underground movement to fathom could something possibly be boiling under the belly of one of the true undergrounds beasts? Only time will tell. This album is pretty dope for having come out swinging after his supposed last album, but T.O.N.E-Z, The Bronx Bomber, and Stir Crazy, The Detroit Ninja have answered the cries for some “Heroes” on the underground and now you can check it out!