Filed under: Best Of The Month,Conservative Rap Coalition,Features,New Rap That Doesn't Suck,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Here’s that monthly round-up of six tracks that slipped through the cracks of getting posted this month but still delivered that non-progressive rap feel that we appreciate around these parts. Don’t miss out on the new CRC crew necks and tees either…
Troy Ave – ‘My Day’
When Troy Ave isn’t busy talking shit about Combat Jack, he proves that he can get busy when given the opportunity (i.e. a good beat).
Willie The Kid feat. S-Class Sonny & Boldy James – ‘Azure Ambitions’
WTK and Bold Faced James is a good combination, go axe Pos K.
Meyhem Lauren and Buckwild – ‘Be Alright Freestyle’
Bob James for Prez.
Sean Price feat. Starvin B and Foul Monday – ‘Elmur Fudd (More Cowbell)’
Some of that old Brooklyn Queens Express type action, aka The Foul Starvin Price Trio.
Sim-E Auto feat. Roc Marciano – ‘Sole Progression’
Another day, another Marcy feature. Not that I’m complaining, I’m just relieved this wasn’t another song about sneakers.
Raekwon – “Wishing On A Star”
While hardly re-inventing the wheel here (which is precisely the type of behavior that the CRC strongly discourages), The Chef is more than welcome to cook over old songs and then let them play like he was performing at a backyard BBQ.
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