Nitty’s back in the gritty, workin’ cities on her off duties, just for you and your fine tunies, so fine tune-it, your playlist that is and add this fine ass track to it.
Her latest video out ‘Planes, Trains & Automobiles’ kicks the shitty rap nostalgia from radio bullcrap lingering in my mind and takes me back to a place where rhymes dine on beats. Not where beats dine on rhymes. Trust me I appreciate a fuckin’ beat. But there’s gotta be equal power – the fresh ass beat AND complimentary lyricism – somethin’ which is hard to hear in so-called ‘hip hop’ these days. Hip Hop is a way of life, a philosophy, a world view… not something you shit on.
The video shoots her travelling around London and Oslo, with cute little snippets of her chillin’, icing that tooth, sleepily cursin’ and being Nitty in the big cities.
So thank you, once again Nitty Scott MC., doctor of the emcee philosophy.
Take what you want from it, but this is how I relax and reload. I can feel that beat all the way through, hard not to be compelled to rhyme on classic instrumentals when they start playing. oooohh weeeee! Yours lyrically, Music Ingrnts. Instrumental: Brave In the Heart prod by V.I.C & Mike Heron Album: […]
Actually, Luckyiam of The Mystik Journeymen, Living Legends, The CMA, and The Underbosses never stopped gettin’ busy.
Abstract in his approach to creating classic sounds of Hip Hop and open to the direction it takes him, Lucky gracefully does and says whatever the f*ck he wants without sounding crude and offensive. There is evidence of constant change and progression in every step of his music career and he fears not the lands and people that have yet to be exposed to underground styles. In 2004, Lucky was one of the 1st underground artists to ever perform in Peru, and has traveled the world to spread his artistic insight.
Luckyiam: An emcee of versatility and inclusion in this globalizing world with ever-expanding potentialities. So it didn’t come as a surprise when I found his new project, Luck&Lana – rappin’ with a white girl?
Yes, yes, y’all. But this is no V nasty crappy, born into a musical household, Lana Shea displays primo vibes, groovin’ with a natural funk. And she gets it, without the wannabe-esque fatalities that usually linger in ‘white girl’ lyricism.