Taking the energy at the front end and letting it slide, featuring artists like: Siouxsie and the Banshees, Method Man, The Pharcyde, All Them Witches, Roots Manuva, Devin The Dude, Charlotte Church, Brigid Mae Power
“Old versus new” discussions are recurrent in so many fields, and hip hop is not immune to it.
American DJ Statik Selektah and rappers Talib Kweli and Styles P released “The thrill is gone” in 2010, expressing their anguishes about how contemporary hip hop is all about “funny clothes”, “Auto-Tunes” and is full of “too many vultures” but has little from the culture it is supposed to channel.
A Mortal Combat inspired track, “Finish Him” is eerie and slow, but bumps nonetheless. The production is extremely unique and eccentric, offering each artist a chance to take their time and offer an innovative, original verse.