(to be honest i don't know much about trademark, but this song is well done, the flow is pretty much spot on and the beat kinda lays low until you start to lose interest and then it smacks you in the face, fly society stand up).
(day 3 of free's month of madness, R.O.C is getting on there marketing tip, first 30 verses in 30 days from young chris and now this. you wont see me complaining though, as long as freeway keeps up the quality).
(i will say this, i refuse to just jump on this charles hamilton band wagon, he seriously misses way to often for me to give him carte blanche. with that said this song is a banger, i hope some of these other guys can get some shine, bagdad is nice).
(jay elect has always reminded me of mfdoom, but to be honest i was never sure whose style i preferred, or if i could really vibe with either, these three tracks remind me of vintage doom, and i gotta say he might do it just a little bit better then the man behind the mask).
In addition to "BUMB THIS NOW," I decided to start a segment I would like to call "AAL" ("it's All About the Lyrics"), what I am going to do for those of you who sometimes miss some of the doper things said in certain songs is give you a verse, or a few barz old and new, that I feel can be poetically inspiring. The goal I guess, other then to promote good hip-hop, is to get people to see that it is more then just bling blow, cut the check. But, that in fact a lot of these rappers are some of the more creative and talented writers/poets/linguists of our time, regardless of where they got there inspiration from, or the intentions behind the poetry.
In a never ending pursuit of an elimination of authority, with power in numbers, we at C2C aim to restore honor to the youth. Through art and music, through politics, through debate and discussion, through knowledge, we aim to restore honor to a generation without.
Cheers 2 Crime - d'EVIL is a conversation piece, it is a discussion, it is clothing, music, it is politicking, it is grassroots, it is a compact, in tact, up tight, un-relaxed collective of soldiers of all shapes, sizes, colors, and perspectives, it is words of wisdom, and wisdom in words, it is a movement to move men. CHEERS