Posts Tagged ‘Bentley’

GMane – In GOD We Trust

Monday, July 7th, 2014
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Haven’t actually had a chance to listen to the whole thing yet, but what I have heard is good and GMane rarely disappoints in general .
 

 

GMane – Drama Ft. S.L.A.S.H & Bentley (Prod. By DJ Rich Green)

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014
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Big big fan of this combination of rappers (see here for more.) Really wish they would work together like this more. Really wish Bentley and Slash would put out more music in general.
 

 
Taken from Bama Legends 11, via DGB
 

GMane, Bentley & S.L.A.S.H. – Crime Potnaz

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013
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There are only 4 songs here where GMane, Bentley & S.L.A.S.H. all rap together, but those songs are great and I really hope there will be more collaborations between all 3 in the future. Separately, each of them is talented in his own right; combined they could be unfuckwitable.
 
The rest is basically a good GMane EP. There’s an ST 2 Lettaz feature on a song that samples ‘Super Freak’ and interpolates the famous refrain as “in these streets”. The last song, which I think is the best song on here in general, starts with one of my favorite quotes from Belly. So I’m very happy with this overall.
 

 

GMane – 3​.​5 The Tester EP

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013
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A brief EP where GMane (mostly) steps away from the trunk funk he’s known for, instead trying his hand at harder-edged trap stylings, produced by Karltin Bankz. This experiment works well, but the best moment happens when his old sound and his new sound collide on ‘One Foot In’. It’s a menacing track which still retains a measure of GMane’s trademark smoothness, and that combination puts it above the other three.
 

 

S.L.A.S.H. – Good Forever (ft GMane)

Monday, September 9th, 2013
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The umpteenth ‘S.L.A.S.H. can rap her ass off and should release more music’ post. For bonus points, I’m including a GMane/Bentley/S.L.A.S.H. track which I never got around to posting previously. Crime Potnaz (a collaboration between all 3 of them) needs to drop asap.
 

 

 

ALBUM STREAM: S.T. 2 Lettaz – The G… The Growth and Development

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013
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Even though G-Side have parted ways and ST has since struck out into a new direction, it’s hard to separate him from that group’s storied legacy. But that’s ok because The G… looks pretty good in that context. It may actually be the most consistent and even all-around best thing to come out from under the G-Side umbrella since Hunstville International. Both The One… Cohesive and iSLAND had incredible highlights, but both also suffered compromising low points that kept each album from achieving its respective potential (‘Nat Geo’ and ‘Love 2 Hustle’, I’m looking at you here.) The G… has the high points to match them, without any of such glaring missteps.
 
Granted, this is an early and likely hyperbolic assessment. Things like this take time to settle and process properly. For the moment let’s just say ST made a damn good album that’s worth your money, and leave it at that.
 
You can stream the entire album via the Youtube playlist above, and BUY The G… The Growth and Development via ITunes OR Amazon