who get far to few listens
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The Last Mr. Bigg feat. some dude – From Alabama
Give that a listen! It’s some dumb shit! Third verse is a great example on how great simplicity can be. DJ’s, grab this tune and bump it to the young people in the club. Warning though, if you’re not a few brews deep it might do you nathan. It’s an old link of mine, not hijacked just used before.
The Mob Figaz is great. Word to dudes over at Nation of Thizzlam and Yay Mecca where I first found out about these guys. So I'm not the only one hyping this but I'm one of few, which is really ridiculous since it's really some blasting music. This is raw gangsta rap, bay style. It's like the Spice 1 (get better man!!) or C-Bo of this age of time. Like A-Wax without the weak tracks. I almost feel pressured presenting this as good as possible to get someone interested. Best way of doing that is obviously to tell you straight, if you like good music like Spice 1 you are going to like this. Following tracks are from 2007 releases. Who’s in Mob Figaz? Check the picture at the top.
Group tracks. First one is a killer. Not often a group of rappers get away with a song about craving for a certain lady. But these guys got so many hardbody tracks they can rap about anything and get away with it. And they make sure to mention some material money spending to keep it as manly as possible. Kind of interesting, AP9 with the first verse makes sure you know they got money, Husalah make sure you know they out for her body objectifying the lady and The Jacka finish it off letting us know they still have time for a variation of women and he don’t even mentions trying to get one particular woman. Mike Marshall is probably the singer, he does a good job I guess. The beat is some violin mixed stuff, pretty decent.
AP9, Husalah, The Jacka & Mike Marshall - Got To Make Her Mine
This beat is based on a flute and every now and then they sample some lady. I guess they know Spanish, cause they say culo every now and then. A nice track talking on everyday situations in the life of the Mob Figaz.
The Jacka, Rydah J. Klyde & Fed X - The Same Thing Everyday
Talk It Out is a sort of personal effort from Husalah’s life. The violins playing gives it a sort of sad feeling which really suits the topic. Then when chorus comes with some lady singing and the DJ puts some cuts on it you know want’ to here this track again.
As a bonus, a treat, early x-mas gift, whatever you might call it. These tracks are too good to miss and you might not catch them anywhere else. As I mentioned before, I’m doing my best catching up on forgotten tunes. The Delinquents are fairly unfamiliar to me, they may or may not be known at all. I really don’t have a clue, all I know is they are from California and they have some great jams. So I’ll finish this post of with one that caught my attention.