Germany's own four-member production team releases a hip-hop record featuring mundane production that seems wasted on such an impressive array of emcees.
There's been a number of albums over the last couple months that I haven't had a chance to post on, for one reason or another, so I thought I'd do a quick recap on some of them. So let's get on with it then. Sean P - Jesus Price Supastar The second album from Boot Camp Clik and Heltah Skeltah member Sean P is a fine example of the "thug underground" style the BCC is known for. Sean isn't going to blow your mind with the lyrical content, but [...]