Review Summary: BrooKlyn Where Ya At?*Disclaimer:
If you the type of sunuvabitch who think the King of Brooklyn is young master Joesiah Badass, I have to inform you, you will be disappointed by this review. I would go more into that, but you’d probably just sob into your Supreme snapback the lyrics to his verse on “1 Train.”
**Disclaimer to the Disclaimer:
Joey Badazz was good on #Maxo187 but seriously,
who wanted to see him cut that feature? Surely not the good denizens of sputnikmusic.com.
***Disclaimer cont. –
While you boobs and nincompoops are away crying the blues, I’ll be over here, dropping a bomb-ass review for the new Wati Heru x Kashaka EP. This one’s got everything folks. It’s got joints for the streets, joints for the ladies, joints
for the ladies
streets. Would Uncle Hep Kat steer you wrong? Nevar. So if you’re willing to hear the greatest rap record every created by Jesus and understand that Wati Heru is the new King of Brooklyn (WHERE YOU AT) ®, you may continue on to the review. However if you’re anything like Aftertheascension or Hurricanslash, you’re probably still bawling like Spongebob into your OFWGKTA tee shirt. Meanwhile I’m ballin’ like Wati Heru so that when ya girl see my shoes light up, she wet. Whatchoo gonna do about it sen? Wati Heru is the closest thing to Malice we’ve had since he found tha Lord. He sounds like a mix of the best traits of the aforementioned, OG Maco, and Rubberband OG. Kashaka is the illest rookie beatsmith I’ve heard in a while. His production employs whomping basslines and a bunch of 10-city-miles-on-foot hard samples. The first three tracks on this tape? Harder than anything Josephine Bada has ever or will ever do? chyeah bull. The other three amp up the “mackin’ on bishes” exponent about a new blue hunnid fold, but even at their softest, Heru and Kashaka stay cold chillin’ on the gangsta tip. If you’re ready to acknowledge now
who the new Lords of Brooklyn are, it’s all good. Go to the review. As for anyone else, smdh, I don’t even know what to do with you except tell y’all to pray. That’s what Beans would do.
“good-ass jam raps" – Paulie Di