Tragedy Khadafi and BP join forces again for the second chapter of their Immortal Titans series. This one might be a slight step up from the first one. The rhymes seem to be a bit better and more focused. There is definitely more of a forceful delivery from both Tragedy and BP. I wouldn’t call these the best rhymes I ever heard, but they both do their thing. There are no features on this album at all. The production is okay as well. Again, these aren’t the best beats in the world, but they get the job done. This one is pretty middle of the road for most hip hop fans.
This is the remix album to BP’s project The Supreme Seven and it is a tremendous companion to the original project. Just like the original, it is the same songs and same artists, but with different beats. These new beats are just as good as the original ones that were selected. If you liked the first one, you will definitely like this new remixed version of the album. There is no doubt.
BP comes back with a fantastic new project. This features seven new songs with some amazing features. Not only does BP do some supreme spitting on here, he also brings on some great features from RJ Payne, Crooked I, Ras Kass, Tragedy Khadafi, and more. The bars on here are almost immaculate from all of the MCs involved. The beats on here are way above average as well. There are some great samples and some great boom bap for y’all to nod your heads to. BP should be very proud of this project. It plays through very nicely and is definitely something for the bar heads out there.
This is a reworked version of the Immortal Titans album, but set to HBO TV show theme songs. It’s a pretty interesting idea and a good mashup of some average bars and unique theme songs. It wasn’t the greatest album to begin with, but I think that this rework of it brought it up a notch. It was definitely a creative idea. It was good to hear some of those classic HBO shows again mixed in there. The Sopranos one, the Boardwalk Empire one, and the Game Of Thrones one were all pretty decent. While it didn’t bring the whole thing up to a classic level or anything, they definitely get points on creativity added.
Nature teams up with BP to release a dope new project called The Laws Of Nature. Nature hasn’t lost a step at all on the microphone. He sounds just as good now, if not better than he did in the late 90’s. His bars are just so focused and very well-crafted, it definitely shines through when you hear it. The production on this album is pretty decent as well. You definitely get some slamming beats with hard drums all throughout this one. The best tracks on here are “Do Your Thing” with it’s singing sample for the hook and “Taking Over” which fans will recognize that the Beatnuts previously sampled on “Do You Believe?” Nature does a great job with this project and true NY hip hop fans will appreciate this one.
Tragedy Khadafi is definitely and indisputably a legend in the game. This album just seemed boring though. The whole time that you are listening to this album, it just seems very repetitive and you can’t wait for it to be over. The bars are definitely on at least a decent level. I can’t really say they are whack at all. They just don’t really inspire anything. It almost has the same droning effect as Charlie Brown’s teacher. There’s nothing to really take away from the verbal side. Sonically, it is pretty much the same thing. There’s nothing really whack at all, but there’s nothing really that stands out either. I wasn’t rewinding anything on here at all. I’d probably do a big pass on this one. Not worth the time.