Dom Pachino releases a pretty dope new album. On this one he is spitting his terrorist bars for fans to relish in. He seems to have a hunger in him that you can hear. He has features from Shyheim, Bugsy Da God, and more. The beats on here are pretty dope. I will say that the first half of the album seems to be a tad better than the second, but overall it’s pretty strong sounding. If you are a fan of Killarmy, you will definitely want to check this one out. This is one of his better releases.
Dom Pachino from the Killarmy drops a brand new album for fans. This one is pretty standard for him. He spits his ninja, Shaolin, Killarmy style bars for fans to relish in. I wouldn’t really say there is anything rewind-worthy on here, but he does drop some jewels throughout. The beats are pretty standard as well. There are some decent beats to get your head nodding and Dom Pachino does a decent job riding the beat with the flow. All in all, this was a pretty average, what-you-would-expect album. Killarmy fans will definitely appreciate it.
Dom Pachino gives us a quick 6 track EP with some brand new fire. The Killarmy vet has been keeping very active and has been pretty consistent with his work thus far. On the mic, you pretty much get what you expect from him. He is certainly hitting for par with the bars in his signature style. The beats are decent as well. You won’t really find a bad song on this venture. While there isn’t anything that would be considered classic on here, it’s still very cohesive and true to brand and there is a lot to be said for maintaining consistency. Killarmy fans will definitely want to give this one a listen.
Dom Pachino comes back with a new album that is pretty average for his standards. As far as his bars, I think he has good rhyme schemes, but his bars could be stepped up just a bit. He definitely drops jewels throughout his bars, I just think they could be a bit more complex. The beats on this project are pretty good overall. There are some towards the end of the project that definitely shine. “Bumpy Roads” was one of those tracks that just stood out more with its soulful sample. Dom Pachino sounds great over tracks like that. All in all, it was a good effort, but I think Dom Pachino has more potential in him. We hope to see more out of him the next time around.
Dom Pachino comes through with a brand new project that is focused on the ladies. He definitely has a centralized theme and a lot of times, these types of albums can turn out pretty interesting. It’s good to focus attention on one thing every once in awhile and see how it turns out. Dom Pachino has some decent bars and looks at all different angles of love and relationships. The only song that gets a little weird is “Confessionz” where he has some bars that are showing a possessive side. When he says stuff like “If you leave me, I might have to kill you” that is not really cool to say. Violence against women isn’t cool. I mean I guess it is possible he was just showing what this side of a person would be, but it didn’t really sound like he was portraying a character. This song aside, the bars were pretty decent throughout. The beats on here were pretty good. There were quite a few that had some old vocal soul samples that always sound good on records. It almost gives you that vibe of Jay-Z on some old Kanye West records. Pretty dope production overall. All in all, this record was pretty decent. It’s definitely worth a listen.
Dom Pachino hits us with a pretty good album here. The rhymes are strong as he gives us that old Killarmy flow throughout the project. There is a confidence that is extremely apparent on this record. He is rhyming with purpose and it is felt throughout every song. The production matches this confidence as there are some sure fire bangers on here. This is what the Wu affiliates should sound like. Hard hitting records like “Meticulous Villain” really hit hard with drums as it flips the classic joint “International Player’s Anthem.” This album is literally littered with hard hitting joints like this. Dom Pachino did a great job with this record and hopefully continues to hit us with heat in the future.
The PR Terrorist is back with another new offering. This one is pretty decent overall. On the mic, I don’t think he is spitting anything absolutely mind spinning, but he definitely holds his own. He moves like a camouflage ninja through the beats and throws darts at his unsuspecting targets. The beats on here are decent. There is a small resemblance to the older Killarmy and even Wu-Tang beats from the past. I don’t know if the production side quite measures up, but it’s not too bad overall. There weren’t a whole lot of features on here either. I think that is something that might have benefited him a bit more to throw some more featured artists on here. All in all, this was a good effort.
The Killarmy veteran is back with another album and there is definitely some fire on here. Going into this one, I was thinking it was going to be subpar, but he actually exceeded my expectations a bit. Lyrically, I think he shines more on the flow than the actual bars. His flow is definitely fine-tuned and he is able to keep it going consistently. You definitely get the Wu-Tang affiliate type rhymes about metaphysical concepts and also topics relating to going to war. He has even been called the Godfather of militant rap. The beats on this album are definitely better than I thought they would be. Bronze Nazareth does a great job and a lot of the beats sound like old Killarmy style beats from their first 2 albums. You definitely get a lot of hard drum and bass lines on here to nod your head to. You also get a lot of the old sped up, soul type samples which sound really good on here especially with Wu-Tang affiliates over top of them. One song that really sticks out is “Kite To Killa” in which he sends a message to imprisoned Killarmy member Killa Sin. This is a really dope and deep track. Any Wu heads out there will definitely appreciate this album. Cop this one with the quickness.
The Killarmy member and Wu-Tang affiliate is back with another project. I’m gonna start this off with a true statement that sounds harsh, but I mean nothing by it. No one was checking for this project at all. This is not something that was creating a buzz in the streets. That being said, I think it is a decent project. Lyrically, Dom Pachino is average. I think he definitely needs a lot of work on his rhymes, but at the same time, there are a lot worse rappers out there. I did like the fact that this album had skits reminiscent of old Wu-Tang album skits. That sort of gave it that classic feel. The beats were decent on here as well. I don’t think there was anything classic by far, but it’s a decent listen. Producers may have been trying to go for the Wu-Tang sound and missed but nonetheless, it was a good attempt. If you are a Wu head or a Killarmy fan, you will probably want to check this out.