Plenty of songs boast a loud, action-packed title, but the artists never seem to deliver an appropriately adrenaline-pumping performance. Hazardis Soundz’ Turnt Up is not one of those songs. In order to ensure that his cut is actually Turnt Up, the DJ/producer calls upon three fleet-of-flow emcees: REKS, Wrekonize and Ekko. Over Haz’s woodwind-splashed production, the rhymesayers go in, showcasing their diverse, but complementary styles. Haz isn’t the only one with a new project on the way (his tape, HazMat 3, is coming soon); REKS oft-delayed Revolution Cocktail is set to drop in July and Wrekonize’s solo debut, The War Within, will be released later this month.
Written by Lucas G. on 06/3/13
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