As recent collectives go this is one that makes complete and utter sense and one that I would of bet money on blooming. Kill The Noise see’s Boom Bap Professional’s illest forces fuse together, think of this as some next level hip-hop atom, Efeks being a neutron, Steady the proton and Crusada positively charging the shit out of the joint.
As individuals, all have worked on each other’s separate issh, most notable being the material Steady & Efeks released under Prose last year. This E.P see’s every aspect of the trio’s talent molded perfectly over 5 hearty tracks.
First off if this is your first introduction into the world of Steadys production a) where have you been? b) Your in for a fucking treat, the guy has this knack for creating some of the grittiest kicks alongside the gnarliest resonating bass loops. Think of that crazy skittle advert with the unfortunate Morgan freeman look-a-like whose life is ruined by everything he touches being turning into skittles, I’m sure this happens with whatever steady touches just replace the skittles with Boom bap goodness.
Efeks has always been a smooth character when it comes to lacing down several ferocious verses and one of my personal favorites, this being said he always sounds his finest over Steady joint’s, and this being no acceptation with opening track “ Lets Get Deep” see’s him unleash a whole new bag of fuckery, his ability to drift alongside compositions shone throughout this E.P.
Crusada is one powerful presence in the booth, since “11th hour massacre” I’ve had a lot time for him as an artist, whatever he takes on you feel through his deliverance “The harder I Rock ft Kingpin” is made its own by some fiery lyricism.
Yes this is a short E.P but it where it lacks content it overcompensates with quality, being handed out as a freebie seems unfair given the significant dopeness radiating from this release. Budding verbalists will be stoked to hear the 5 tracks have the instrumentals up for grabs too! Everyone needs to go cop this, the Boom Bap camp have continuously dropped straight up body baggers and this doesn’t disappoint in any department.
Review By Rikki James.
Go grab yourself a copy HERE, and have gander at the video for “Kill The Noise” below.