Friday, 12 May 2017

Capri Sun and Wotsits

"Now me & him got beef and we no longer speak
Still walk his nan across the street
Still put that motherf*cker in a body bag
Still help his mother with her shopping bag"


J Hus - Leave Me
(From Common Sense album; 2017)



Roadrapfrobeats like du-du-du-du-du-du. Buncha choonz on this J Hus debut album, the best of which fit his aesthetic like a pair of Universal Works almond rocks fit your plates of meat (G.O.A.T socks or wot? #BuyBritish!) What's missing from the album, however, is Dem Boy Paigon and Lean & Bop; couldn't give a monkey's uncle that both songs are now 2 years old - the anthems that reputations are built on should always appear on debut albums, even if it's just as bonus tracks innit.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

ay yo, that ting lookin like a hippo

digging closed doors v. much too, clartin is completely in the wrong place but nevertheless a good debut from hus.

Si Mane Price said...

Amazed that I like the song with Tiggs Da Author on the hook.

Si Mane Price said...

Where else have I heard the piano from Fisherman? Know it, but can't place it 😞

London Poosy said...

Any examples of other reputation establishing anthems left off debut (rap) albums? I bet you've got some.

Si Mane Price said...

Deep Cover should have been on The Chronic

Argento's Kickstarter Swindle said...

Props for putting me onto J Hus. Usually avoid grime like Ebola, but I find Common Sense refreshingly melodic and genuinely accessible, compared to what's commonly blaring out of the average youts' car speakers.

Si Mane Price said...

Biscuits in the mosh pit, nobody knows who popped it.

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