Shouts to Labba for the hook-up on this. Peep the description below:
Hip Hop been heavy in the 90′s Brooklyn, before the Shmurda dance and all that, it all started way back with the DUTCHMEN, heres there nephew, 9 ounce’s own B. RUTLAND. featuring production from Pf Cuttin, Zilla Sounds and a few others. TRACKLIST 1- B Rutland bars r rut acap. Intro 2-Dont get familiar feat. Nature 3-Qwap Getta 4 Let me tell u sumtin 5-irregular heartbeat 6-I Dolo 7-Tried by 12 gmix 8-u aint nice 9-ask me 10-bars are rut acap 2 11-i know 12-campain 13-scared money 14-playoffs 15-gangsters tale 16-back to back feat flawless 17-money bags feat kamakazi 18- The come up Rut verse 19-Bring the pain 20-take it personal 21-Sneakers 22-go gaga 23-drink away 24-unkut Rut 25-Otis feat mook mula 26-Bars are rut outro
Natural Elements is practically a secret society in hip-hop circles in 2014. Back in the day, though, the crew of A-Butta (now known as Anthony Cruz), L-Swift (now known as Swigga), Mr. Voodoo, and producer Charlemagne were lighting it up, whether on classic college radio freestyles or touring overseas with a young Roots crew. They were killing it so much that Tommy Boy signed them, but the rest of the story plays like Industry Rule #4080. Since then, though, A-Butta’s life has been anything but boring, from singing in a Japanese punk rock band to quietly dropping a solo album under his government name. Anthony Cruz gives a rare interview where he speaks on the early Natural Elements days, how he became a member of the crew after Ka’s departure, how they perfected the three-man weave, his adventure in Japanese punk rock, how the Natural Elements crew came back together, why he only likes to write four bars a day, and a lot more in this exclusive interview.
Check out this new single off Domingo’s Same Game New Rules compilation, dropping next week. Domingo sent me the advance on the album last week and of all the quality and dopeness on the project, this is my favorite cut. What’s even doper about this song is how GP100 comes out of nowhere in the middle of the verse and absolutely wrecks shop. Definitely one to keep on repeat.