Nyce Da Future teams up with Eto on the beats and both of them give us a banger of an album. This one is definitely New York to the core. Eto provides some slamming production. He gives us that sound that we are all craving: that hardcore, grimy sound. Nyce Da Future definitely puts in some work on the mic with his bars as well. He may not be top tier, but he is certainly able to handle his own and keep it flowing. There aren’t a whole lot of features on here, but you do get some verses from Flee Lord, Big Twins, Reek Da Villain, and Reno. Some highlights from this album include “Good Morning” with its slamming beat and clever sample and “Forever Mobbin” with its very well-planned flow. All in all, this is a strong album and definite potential for the future. Keep your eye on Nyce Da Future.
Havoc and Nyce Da Future release the deluxe version of their Future Of The Streets album by tacking on 6 more tracks onto the original version. Just like the first go round, the same pretty much applies for this deluxe effort. Together they did a good job with the beats and the rhymes. The new songs are pretty dope as well. The highlight of the new songs is probably “Murda Rap” with its simple but consistent beat. Nyce really laces this one rather well. All in all, this was a decent project that represents for Queens nicely.
Legendary producer from Mobb Deep Havoc lends his services to a relatively newer rapper Nyce Da Future from Queens. Not really knowing much about this MC, he actually did pretty decent especially compared to a lot of other rappers today. He may not be a top tier MC, but he is definitely consistent if nothing else. He sounds like he is able to create some cohesive songs on a project. Havoc does a great job on the production side of things as well. He really gives us some great beats that are almost reminiscent of his past work with Mobb Deep. Highlights include the tracks “Graphic” and “Savage.” All in all, this was a good start to get introduced to this MC and there is definitely some potential there.