Showing posts with label Inspectah Deck. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Inspectah Deck. Show all posts

Czarface - Every Hero Needs A Villain (Review)

Czarface - Every Hero Needs A Villain (Review)

"Every Hero Needs A Villain" is the sophomore release from legendary Wu-Tang emcee Inspectah Deck and veteran rap duo 7L and Esoteric. The album features guest appearances from Method Man, GZA, Large Professor, Juju (of The Beatnuts), MF Doom, Meyhem Lauren and R.A. The Rugged Man and is fully produced by 7L and Spada4. It is set to be released on June 16, 2015 via Brick Records and Fly Casual Creative. Peep the review below.

Ayatollah - The Love (feat. Inspectah Deck and Silent Knight)

Hip-hop producer Ayatollah is gearing up to release a new album, "Be Real Black for Me", on April 15th and I'm definitely looking forward to it. He recently dropped the B-Side to the first single up on Elementality Productions SoundCloud page and its banging. The track is called "The Love" and features Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck as well as newcomer Silent Knight spitting fire over a soulful instrumental. Peep the B-Side, as well as the full album tracklisting, below.

1) J Rocc Intro
2) Floating On the Van Wyck
3) Billions of Fans
4) I Just Love Music (feat. Anthony Hamilton)
5) Getting Up
6) Why Marry
7) George Duke Forever
8) Ms. Nyro
9) The Most Important Person
10) Rachel
11) The Game in a Headlock
12) Children Cry
13) Material Things
14) The Love (feat. Inspectah Deck & Silent Knight)
15) No God But You
16) Dream Big (feat. Jered Sanders)

Inspectah Deck with 7L & Esoteric - CZARFACE (Review)

Inspectah Deck with 7L & Esoteric - CZARFACE

CZARFACE is a collaboration hip-hop album between Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric. I had mixed feelings when this album was announced since Inspectah Deck has always had trouble making full albums and I'm not a huge fan of 7L & Esoteric. How did the album turn out? Click to find out.

CZARFACE (Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric)

CZARFACE is a collaboration album between Wu-Tang Clan's Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric. The self-titled album was released on February 19th and features guest appearances from Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna, Action Bronson, Roc Marciano, Oh No (of Gangrene), and Vinnie Paz. Production is mostly handled by 7L and Spada4, but Gangstarr's DJ Premier makes a production appearance on the track "Let It Off". It's no "Above the Clouds", but its nice to hear Deck over another Premo beat. The album is really solid all the way through, with a reinvigorated Inspectah Deck just destroying every verse. Esoteric actually surprised me on this album and stepped up his lyrics and flow to go toe-to-toe with Deck. The beats are good throughout and keep with the rock influenced-slash-comic-book theme of the album cover.

Here is the video for "Air'em Out", which is the first official single off the album.

If you like the single, remember to pick up a copy of Czarface on or on iTunes and support the artists. We need more Hip-Hop like this!