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Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Time to give shine to another under-appreciated rhyme verbal assassin – Cormega. With his latest project Born & Raised due in October and featuring another outstanding selection of producers and guest MC’s, now’s the perfect time to take a look back at some of his finest work to date. Let’s set it with some of his better team-ups…
Cormega featuring Ghostface Killah – ‘Come On’ [aka ‘Tony/Montana’ Remix]
Starks unleashes a phenomenal flow on this one, but this seems to just inspire Mega to step it up accordingly. The result? Lyrics of fury.
Cormega feat. Prodigy – ‘Thun & Kicko’
Mega and P recorded a handful of tracks together during this period, but this remains the stand-out to me. That raw unkut QB sound at it’s finest.
Main Flow feat. Cormega – ‘Forever’
Displaying his versatility, Cory hits this breezy 7L beat with authority for this indy gem.
Cormega feat. Large Professor – ‘The Come Up’
A great combination as the Mad Scientist Extra-P blesses Mega with a soulful track and effective verse that makes you want to throw it on repeat.
Screwball feat. Cormega – ‘What The Deal’
A forgotten team-up with the QB super group of Blaq Poet, Kyron, Hostyle and K.L. (RIP) over a winning Mighty V.I.C loop.
Mobb Deep feat. Cormega – ‘What’s Your Poison’
If you weren’t checking for Cor before you heard this, you sure as hell had him after witnessing him tear this song a new one.
Grab all of the above here.
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