I have to say this is one of the best new albums I've heard in a minute.
The Mountain Brothers producer drops an album's worth of crazy beats,
some backed with dope MC's,
some standing on their own as dope instrumentals.
The intro is one of the best beats on the album. Raekwon comes through
for a dope track on "Who's Fuckin' With Us." One of the best
tracks is Phil da Agony's "As Live as it
Gets." Kanye West comes through for a very short appearance on
"Changing Lanes" which is decent. Bahamadia comes through
for a dope appearance on "B-Girl Session."
While the MC's are dope, the best part about this album is the beats.
They got a great feel to them, as Chops butchered up the samples in
a way few producers do.
By Brian Kayser
Track Listing: Git
Dat Mutha (Intro) Magnificent Butcher Meets The Chef (Interlude) What`s
F**kin Wit Us - (featuring Raekwon) Lemme Just Warm Up Right Quick (Interlude)
featuring L. Dorado) Comin` From The Lower Level - (featuring Phil The
Agony/Ras Kass/Talib Kweli) Niggarachi - (featuring Planet Asia) Westbound
El (Interlude) Tears - (featuring Baby Blak) Thoroughbred - (featuring
Mountain Brothers) Juiciness (Interlude) War - (featuring Kev Turner)
Changing Lanes - (featuring Kanye West) Remedy, The - (featuring Dave
Ghetto/L Dorado) Shuffle The Deck (Interlude) U Know Who It Is - (featuring
Chops) Fallen Hero (Interlude) As Live As It Gets - (featuring Phil The
Agony) Git That Mutha (Outro) - (long version) Rock Rite - (bonus track,
featuring Spontaneous, hidden) B-Girl Session - (featuring Bahamadia)
Opening Night (Interlude) Blockbuster Smash - (featuring 2MC aka Grand
Agent & Chops) Still Life - (featuring CMNR) Until Next Time (Interlude)
No Pressure - (featuring Mystic) Royal Entrance (Interlude)