RHH: Do you dig these samples?
Earatik Statik - The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
Earatik Statik is a Chicago duo - they've been floating around in the underground since '99. They're very well-respected in the underground, which is obvious as soon as you look at the tracklist for The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, which is their 2009 sophomore album. The LP includes production from Pete Rock, Large Pro and J-Zone, as well as guest features from Ed O.G., Sean Price, and Sadat X (on two tracks).
I'd *highly* recommend that you guys check it out, and here are the samples: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/earatikstatik2
What do you think of the samples?
(If you're feelin the samples and you want a link to the full album..let me know...)
RHH: Nas' "Who Killed It?" vs. Cunninlynguists' "Seasons"? (Most people don't get the whole concept of "Who Killed It?", though, so read this first: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?2981456 )
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
The production sounds dope, the rhymes were good..yeah it sounds like it'd be pretty dope. I can't DL anything on my phone though, so I ain't gonna be able to listen to the full thing. =\
RHH: after reading that..Who Killed It.
- Anonymous9 years ago
My internet's too slow right now, I'll come back to this some other day.
EDIT: Sh*t's dope. Can I get a link?
RHH: Yeah, I got the jist of that story the first time I heard the track and didn't really bother to delve into it. Good analysis, a little reaching in some parts though. I wanna say Seasons, but I should really listen to Who Killed It? again when my internet's functioning properly. Hip-Hop is Dead had some good ideas but it's still too haphazard, like almost every Nas album, so none of the tracks ended up being very good.
- Azi HakaLv 59 years ago
Sounds pretty dope actually.
RHH: Seasons. Nas voice bugs me on that song, and I prefer the beat on Seasons. If we were solely talking about concept, I'd say "Who Killed It?"
- ?Lv 49 years ago
Good find, those tracks with Sadat X are nice.Source(s): I actually read something similar about "Who Killed It?," the song is incredible. WKI>