Flee Lord comes back at fans hard with a slamming new album. He sets the precedent right from the first song and shows us that his bars are hard as nails. He has such a unique style and voice. It is no wonder why he has no problem shining in this industry. He has features from some artists like Rome Streetz, Che Noir, G4 Jag, OT The Real, and more. The beats on this project are pretty slamming from front to back. Some highlights include “We Was Gettin It Off” and “Fake Thugs.” These beats are guaranteed to break your neck. All in all, Delgado does a great job on this project and we always look forward to new material that drops. Lord Lord!!
Flee Lord teams up with producer Mephux for their third installment of their Pray For The Evil series. Flee Lord is definitely giving us bars on this one in his signature style with his raspy voice. He sounds just as good and is definitely keeping on par with himself. He’s got some features from Fat Joe, Conway, Cormega, Roc Marciano, Trae Tha Truth, and more on this one. The features shine through pretty well also. The production on here is definitely more musical on this go round. There is a lot more violin and piano and other instrumentation that you can hear intertwined into the beat. It’s a pretty decent album overall and Flee Lord is definitely keeping thing moving along nicely.
Flee Lord teams up with an amazing singer named Tiona Deniece for a more laid back Flee Lord album. He actually doesn’t rap as much as I thought he should on this record. The both of them sounded great together, but it seemed to be more of her album than his. On the mic, his rhymes are great as always. He has developed his style and has probably become a household name by now. Tiona has tremendous talent and almost sounds like Aaliyah at times which is a great thing. Together they make some great music. Tiona is amazing at hooks and even singing her verses. I definitely think this is a great combination and would love to hear more of them together. They have tapped into something great and I really hope they continue to utilize what they have together.
Flee Lord teams up with Roc Marciano to give us an interesting new project. On the mic, Flee Lord is as great as ever. He just keeps getting better and better. His bars are really getting slick and his delivery is intriguing. Roc Marciano is known for his simplistic beats and heavy use of pianos. He definitely creates a simpler backdrop for Flee on here. Roc is good at what he does and Flee is awesome as well, however I don’t think Flee Lord sounds the best over these types of beats. I wanted to hear him over harder, spookier, slamming stuff. His voice is hard and monstrous so I almost feel like the beats should match that as well. They did a decent job here with this project, I just don’t know if it was the best matchup out there.
One of the hottest up and coming underground stars teams up with one of the most classic and underrated producers to bring us a fantastic sound on this latest project. Flee Lord is unstoppable when it comes to his work ethic and how many consistently good albums he is able to put out. His bars are more and more focused on each effort. He is really falling into his stride nicely and keeping it gutter for the streets. DJ Muggs gives us his signature eerie, yet powerful sound as a perfect complement to Flee Lord’s rhymes. Combining these two forces gives us a fantastic new project that pays respect to the late Rammellzee from Queens. Flee Lord is definitely out here representing hard.
Flee Lord drops a huge new project that is hosted by Peter Rosenberg. At 21 tracks, there is plenty of room to pack this project full of features from some of the hottest up and coming rappers of the underground. Flee Lord spits a few verses here and there throughout but, leaves a lot of room for the other rappers. You get some decent features from Eto, Zaza Lord, Phonk P, G4 Jag, and many, many more. The beats on here are definitely geared more towards the underground crowd. There are a lot of hard-hitting grimy beats that these MCs can just tear through thanks to producers like Mephux. Even though there are a ton of tracks on here, it plays through rather well with Flee Lord and Eto standing out the most. Underground heads will definitely appreciate this one.
Flee Lord links with an absolute legend, Havoc to drop a fantastic new project for the streets. Flee Lord has been on a literal tear through the industry this year and has cemented his name into the books, especially concerning work ethic. Havoc creates some fantastic beats on this project. It might not exactly sound like 96 Mobb Deep, but rather a more updated, fresher Havoc sound for 2020 and beyond. He sets Flee Lord up properly to do his thing on the mic. Flee Lord keeps it gritty and grimy and enlists some great features from heavyweights such as Ransom, Conway, Raekwon, Busta Rhymes, and more. Every track on here is hard and Flee Lord really blows away a lot of competition with this one. What a fitting tribute for Prodigy. He would have loved to see New York hip hop continue like this.
Flee Lord continues his tear through the year with a countless amount of releases. This latest one is just a continuation of the dopeness he has put out so far this year. I’m pretty sure this is number 11, but hey, who’s counting? On the mic, Flee Lord brings it just as hard as he has always done. He blends that aggressive street type rap with clever lines. He also enlists some great features from Westside Gunn, Conway, Zaza God and more. The beats on here are definitely hard and continues the trend of how his projects have been sounding this year. He has definitely put in a lot of hard work and fans of street music will definitely enjoy another round of Flee Lord.
Eto and Flee Lord team up again for another installment of Rocamerikkka. This one is dope, but I don’t think quite measures up to the first one. Eto sounds great on the mic and sounds as sneaky and mischevious as ever. Flee Lord sounds good as well. They both deliver hard bars. The production on here is good, but I don’t think it sounds quite as good as the first one did. I found some of the songs kind of blending together on this one. There wasn’t a whole lot that really stood out. It’s not a bad album, it’s just that it is a step under the previous. This is still a dope album for the both of them though.
Flee Lord drops another new project and continues his pace. This was definitely a dope project. His rhymes are about what you would expect at this point and that is a good thing. People may think that he has nothing to say, but he is really finding his pace perfectly right now. The beats on here are definitely a fresh serving which sound great on the ears. The highlight of this project is the expertly-crafted “Hell Or High Water” featuring Eto. The beat on this is classic level with its dope drums and vocal sample. Both Flee Lord and Eto definitely rip the bars on here as well. That song is definitely far and away the best song on the album. Another good and sturdy brick on the house that Flee Lord built here.
Flee Lord teams up with Mephux again for the second installment of the Pray For The Evil series. This one almost played through more like an album than a mixtape. I definitely think Flee Lord stepped up his bars and his delivery on this one. It seems he is learning the ropes and really refining his craft. His bars are getting tighter and you can definitely hear it. He’s got some great features from Westside Gunn, Evidence, 38 Spesh, and more. The beats on here are a bit better as well. There are a lot more songs than the first go round. It has a harder sound all around as you move from song to song. One of the things that I don’t like is the length of the tracks. You can’t put a song out that is a minute and a half long. It just feels like you didn’t put a lot of effort into the song if it’s going to be that short. If you want to do that, just release a freestyle tape. If you are going to release an album or a mixtape, make the tracks longer. Other than that, I think Flee Lord is really onto something and continues to sharpen his blade.
Flee Lord comes right back at us with a brand new project of heat. He teams up with 38 Spesh and effortlessly gives us another really dope album. Flee Lord sounds great on the mic. With his fantastic voice, he delivers more bars of pain for fans to consumer. Just like Flee Lord, 38 Spesh is another artist that has an impeccable work ethic. On the boards, he is fantastic yet again. The beats on here are straight fire. The highlight of this project is “Two Pics On My Gram.” With its great vocal sample and drums, this is sure to be a favorite. This is a great combination and I hope these 2 artists link up many times in the future.
Flee Lord is back again this time teaming up with legendary producer Pete Rock for yet another really solid project. As far as the bars, Flee Lord definitely does his thing as usual. He offers strong bars with conviction. Pete Rock provides some great beats for the backdrop to this project. There are some really hard drums sprinkled throughout and that really sets Flee Lord up for success as that really matches his style. I think Flee Lord is really setting in as far as his pace. He is releasing product at break neck speed and he seems to be pretty consistent which can be rare nowadays. All in all, another good project from the Griselda member.
Flee Lord continues his unrelenting barrage of project after project. This one is pretty hot yet again. It’s uncanny how he is keeping the quality high with all of these releases. He gives us more power behind his hard bars and strong voice. The beats on here are dope as well with even Griselda’s own Daringer helping out. One of the only downsides to the project is that some of the tracks are only about a minute long. Flesh those songs out a bit, and I think he is really working with something here. The best track on here is “Da Rock To Da Bridge” which features Mumbles. This track is produced by Havoc and has a head-nodding beat in which both MC’s float over it effortlessly. All in all, Flee keeps it rolling in the right direction.
Flee Lord is on an incredible tear through the industry pumping out project after project. This time, he teams up with legendary producer Buckwild. The production is definitely the side that shines more on this project. Buckwild does what he does best and gives us beat after beat of fire. On the mic, Flee Lord is decent. He holds his own. The downside is that almost every track is only 1-2 minutes long. I sometimes wonder if it is even worth it to put out a minute long song. It promotes a throwaway mentality and can stifle quality. I’d rather have an artist take their time and really craft some great songs instead of just rapid-fire shooting songs out. This was really the only area that was lacking with this project.
Flee Lord has been on a literal tear through the industry dropping projects left and right. I for one can barely keep up. That aside, he does it yet again with another real good project. This one is littered with hard beats and hard rhymes. He gives us hard street rhymes expressed with a lot of energy. The beats on here are very slamming pretty much the whole way through as well. The banger on here is “We Mobbin” featuring Snyp Life. That is definitely one to bang in the whip. “Made Men” with Conway is also another dope track that goes hard. Conway murders his verse as you would expect him to. The project even finishes up strong as the “Outro” is hard too. Flee Lord scores another great brick on the house with this one.
This project hasn’t been quite up to par with the other Flee Lord projects. Lyrically, he is still pretty dope on here, but he seems to be a bit more relaxed with his delivery. There isn’t as much “umph” behind his bars. The beats on here are a little less than I had hoped for as well. Overall, they were a little more laid back than I would have liked to see. The highlight on here is “Still Shining.” With it’s absolutely slamming drums and bassline, this one will be sure to snap your neck. This one was a very quick listen at only 7 songs so it is quick to get through. One other notable thing about this project is the cover art. That picture is just amazing for a cover for an album.
Flee Lord teams up with Chase Fetti to bring us a quick and fire collaboration album. There are only 8 short tracks on here but it is absolute fire the whole way through. Flee Lord definitely stands out. His lyrics are powerful and he has so much energy on here. His voice is just monstrous. Chase Fetti does a good job at backing up Flee Lord on here, but it definitely comes off as more of a Flee Lord album. The production on here is just fantastic. Right from the first beat, “Get The Mac,” you know you are in for a ride of pounding drums and great backing tracks. This is hardcore hip-hop showing quality right here and you definitely need this in your life right now.
Flee Lord and Grafh drop off a pretty interesting release with their joint album Dirty Restaurant. This album has it all. You get really dope bars from both Flee Lord and Grafh. Flee definitely comes hard and you can tell he is extra hungry on this project. Grafh definitely comes with his signature style of bars. He might seem a tad more laid back than usual, but it is still pretty dope. I think both MCs definitely benefited from this combination. It’s almost as each one used the other as a sharpening tool to make themselves sharper. The beats on here are pretty slamming as well. The drums are definitely slamming and the samples are good. This is one that will sound good in speaker turned up the whole way. Flee Lord proclaims at the end of the project that they just made a classic album. While it might not be classic, I don’t think they were that far away because they definitely had the right recipe.
2 grimy and dirty MCs team up for a great celebration of the street life. Eto and Flee Lord are about evenly matched on this project. As you listen through, you almost get the feeling that the goons are hiding in the shadows of the street at night and they are ready to pounce out and attack you. This is the lyrical equivalent to getting your purse snatched and having your face spit on. Both MCs have really strong flows and content. The beats on here definitely complement them as well as they are hard drums and good samples. Your neck will definitely get tired from bobbing on this one. For this album, don’t come out after dark because the wolves are lurking and they are hungry.
Flee Lord has been on fire this year and teams up with 38 Spesh on the boards this time for a quick EP. This joint is pretty slamming from beginning to end. Flee Lord definitely sounds hungry on the mic and slays a lot of the rhymes on here. He gets backup from features from 38 Spesh, Che Noir, Termanology, and more. RJ Payne absolutely crushes the mic with his feature. 38 Spesh does a great job on the beats by providing some really hard hitting drums. A lot of these really snap and might break your neck. Some of the songs are super short at about a minute or 2, but other than that, it is pretty solid. Hip-hop fans will definitely want to check this one out.
Flee Lord has just been bombarding the game with projects and he is back with another quick one here. This one is decent overall. I think his rhymes are good, but at times, could use a bit of a boost. His energy is what really makes him stand out and that is definitely evident on this new project as he goes hard. The beats on here were average. I wanted more “Griselda” sounding tracks, but the ones on here aren’t too bad at all. The highlight on here is “Loyalty & Trust” which features 38 Spesh. Both MCs do their thing and drop off some great bars for listeners. The one track I had a problem with was the skit “We O.W.E.” which stands for We Out-Work Everybody. I wouldn’t really call it that if you are putting out a 20 minute project and songs are like a minute to a minute and a half long. There are other camps out there that are putting out more than that. Just seemed like a bit of a stretch there. Anyway, not a bad release, but I envision that greater levels can be reached.
This is a bit of a weird collaboration when you mix the West Coast MC Phonk P with the Griselda affiliate Flee Lord. I wouldn’t say that either is bad, it just doesn’t seem to mesh that well with these different styles. The majority of the album almost has more of a West Coast vibe to it so hearing the hardcore voice of Flee Lord over those beats just doesn’t seem to fit right. Phonk P sounds decent over them, but I don’t think he is as lyrically good as Flee Lord. Flee Lord sounds dope with his adlibs and dope street lines, but it just seems a bit out of place with the production. Overall, it seems like they were trying to achieve something creative with this one, but it sounds more of like mixing oil and water.
Flee Lord is the latest Griselda affiliate to release a project and this one is pretty decent. Lyrically, I think he is decent. There is room for improvement as I don’t think he quite matches up with the likes of Conway and Benny. His intensity is probably the best part of his delivery which will keep the listener intrigued. You get some good features from Conway, Benny, and Eto among others on here. The beats on this project are pretty decent as well. The Griselda camp is definitely known for slamming production. These beats might not be the best they have to offer, but they are pretty decent overall. The album is definitely not a flop at all, but there is room for some improvement. If the title is indicative of anything, then hopefully we should have some greater things to look forward to later.