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BOGOTA RUSH VOL II

BOGOTA RUSH VOL II

The King Indeed

June 2nd, 2014

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BOGOTA RUSH VOL II, The second edition to the N.M.G.[Narcotical Music Group] Trilogy is action packed from beginning to end. The album starts off with a classic instrumetal from DMX’s first project “Niggas Done Started Something”. Cuntree aka Clyde Barrows is the first voice you hear, and in my opionion both Cuntree and Blasta shows us why they stand next to NMG’s front man Comatoze better than any other emcee’s in their genre. Blasta hits hard on the track “Power” produced by Sonny Black. Blasta has always been a secret weapon within the NMG family and this project, that secret has been unleashed. Comatoze holds up his end of the trio with catchy hooks and brings the heat bar after bar on tracks like Numbaz ft Soco. He sets off the track with an original flow and maintains that high energy throughout the project.

The project in a whole has a lot of catchy hooks as always and undeniable features from Jenell Diamond on the summer smash “Its Love”, Blaze from LIPAA on “Ima Ride” and Hempstead Skeemz from ALL THIS MONEY ENT on “Heels”. It also serves an array of emotions with the help from NMG’s top production teams including Richsonz, RDM Musiq, Sonny Black, Smoking Productions and ITrez. The production selection process was unusual this time around” says NMG’s K.I…He explained that the team did not lock in on one particular sound this album, which gives off the roller coaster effect. They felt that would be best for the summer season, being that emotions drift most in the summer months…REAL DEEP!!! These guys are obviously taking their approach to the next level past the music aspect.

The promo track featuring Comatoze called “Poison” is a 4 minute freestyle of NMG’s Comatoze going bananas over the classic Mobb Deep track “Pick Your Poison”. On this promo track, it was expressed during a recent interview that Comatoze wanted to raise the bar regarding lyrics for NY Hip Hop. Wether you heard him spit or not, I think he does so within that 4 minute interval. NMG as a whole lifts that bar and reminds us what Hip Hop is all about from originality, to bars and energy during live performances. Poe, whom is an artist on NMG also gets a chance to shine on this project with the instant classic “Turn Down 4 Wat?” produced by DJ DNA. All in all, I believe this is one of the strongest efforts put forth from the NMG familia and I doubt this will be the last with RICHSONZ Inc behind the scenes.

If you haven’t heard BOGOTA RUSH VOL I you may do so at NARCOTICALMUSICGROUP.WIX.COM/NMG or http://www.datpiff.com/NMG-Bogota-Rush-mixtape.554527.html

-The King Indeed-

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