Kyle Rapps drops a free album that is one for the summer, with guests such as Action Bronson, Action Bronson, Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, and Aaron Cohen.
“I wanted to come with a record that could make suburban hood niggas feel proud, while still showing love to Harlem where I stay. My friend Belief came through with all the production on the tape. Post-Apocalypse boom bap shit, with non-corny sprinkles of trap and electro. I think we dug a little deeper without being all over intellectual and shit. SUB.”
“I am indebted forever to my music family (I do not have “fans”) forever, however this is not geared solely to please others. Music is therapy, and true magic and classic material occurs when artists leave their souls on a track. This is The Patriarch II. Written in some of the darkest and most bleak times in my life, this is my therapy. Facing indescribable personal trials and tribulations, coupled with my family crumbling as I watch my lil bro and biggest supporter face a serious trial and jail sentence, I did the thing I was born to do. Write and express my life. Motivated by yall’s support, that someone wanted to hear what I had to say, this emotional work was conceived. This is the light at the end of the tunnel. The rose born in the concrete. This is The Patriarch II.” - Deniro Farrar
Its only 1 bone. cop
If you’re a fan of BBG you’re probably hanging on every one of these unreleased little projects; I know I am. Any random mp3 that should happen to surface, I wanna know about that shit. After these, you’ll have to settle for something like spoken word, if you wanna hear Gandhi behind a mic. Good news is Gandhi will still be around as a producer. I am currently in the process of a super-long interview… drop a line if you’ve got a question for him. In the meantime, grab these tracks up, you should really toss the kid a couple bucks. Anything helps right now, we’re really pulling for that physical release of Debut.
Lookin’ like Steel Tipped Dove handled all the production. We’ve heard the beat from Terrible Freestyle, as Pyaar Impossible from Bill Ding & Lakutis. I’ll tell you something though, Candy might be one of my favorite Steel beats to date.
“That’s me, yes, me, nobody really gets me/ understood, from the hood, and I hate it/ look everybody I made it…. suck my dick.”
PS DON’T FORGET: YURI BEATS + BBG = AMERICA EATS IT’S BABIES