Anytime you have
an MC that can rhyme and produce some hot shit it becomes an instant mixtape
cop for me. I got this joint in the mail the other day and after I put it in
my rides CD player it was like I poured concrete in that mutha fucka. Thats
how hard this CD is. I've been a fan of the Don going way back so this is nothing
new to me but to some this might be their first introduction and in that case
the CD was aptly titled. I don't smoke nearly as much as I used to but if I
had to cop some smoke I def want it to be some Propane Piff.
Right out the box,
"NY Survival" got my attention. The beat is truly piff-tastic with
that sample, I'm not even gonna really speak on it, peep that shit for yourself.
"Back To The Grind" is def an anthem for the people, plus the beat
is impressive as hell. "I stay on the grind/ make a buck outta of dime/
right back to that hustlin' one more time/ throw ya vest on, strap up, with
ya nines/ gotta do what I gotta do/ put em in line" goes part of the chorus,
had this joint on repeat for a minute. "Need Weed" was cool as fan
for the smoked out track. I got to hit the highway real quick with "Don
Bishop". The way he flipped Jay Z on the chorus was virgin tight, that's
how you sample a chorus. Shit, can't forget Cormega on "A Dose Of Propane
Piff". Getting that NY independent money.
Just like it says
on the cover; produced, engineered and mixed by Agallah. Ain't that some shit?
Agallah puttin' that work in people, he's long over due for some major shine.
I might have liked the beats better than the rhymes but Don Bishop def got lyrics
to fuck ya head up. If you peeped the cover admit that shit is fly too. Agallah
is bringing the total package to the game. Mixtapes is like coke people and
the Don Bishop is serving you that uncut raw.