Heaven Razah teams up with DJ Calculus to give us a quick EP of some of the best Heaven Razah joints. At only 5 tracks, there really wasn’t much room for error so they had to select the best tracks and I think they definitely got some of the best ones. Heaven Razah shows off his lyrical skill and tells his tales of a life in Brooklyn. The beats on here are solid and probably some of the best ones they could have selected. Even though it is super short, this was a solid and quick look at Heaven Razah for those that might be looking to get into something new. This is a good snapshot of some of his work.
Sunz Of Man member Heaven Razah teams up with producer Bofaatbeatz to give us another dope project. On the mic, Razah definitely gives us those classic rhyme styles that we are used to and look forward to. The religious influence on him is definitely apparent as he weaves that into his bars. You can almost tell how they got the title for this project when you listen through. He is definitely Heaven’s Warrior. The production on here sounds pretty good overall as well. They have some hard drums and some clever samples to give that boom-bap, Wu-Tang affiliate sound. All in all, thisis another great project from Heaven Razah. We always look forward to what comes next.
Heaven Razah has been busy recently and he gives us another project entitled Once Upon A Time In Brooklyn. This one takes us on a journey through the famous borough in the signature style of biblical/street raps. There aren’t a whole lot of features on here as Heaven Razah handles the majority of the rhymes himself. The beats on here are pretty decent. They definitely select more grandiose and royal sounding beats. This is great because these are the type of beats that Heaven Razah sounds best over top of. All in all, he does a pretty job with this record and true fans will definitely appreciate the story telling and the jewels that he drops.
Heaven Razah drops another new project entitled Three Musicians. This one is pretty standard for Razah Rubies. He spits his angelic and other-worldly, biblical bars over some decent hip hop beats. There are 10 tracks on here, but it plays through very quickly. The beats on here are pretty decent overall. I don’t think there is anything that would be classic material on here, but Heaven Razah does a decent job at creating a cohesive project for fans. He definitely has been super busy over the last few years and he is not slowing down at all in 2022.
Heaven Razah drops a new project in which he shows subtle strength on. He definitely spits angelic, spiritual bars and exudes strength all throughout his verses. He doesn’t have to scream at fans to get his message across. He just drops calm bars that are well-crafted. The beats on here are definitely pretty slamming. They use a lot of hard drums and great samples to give a soul to the beats. Heaven Razah definitely sounds best over these types of beats. You get soul breathed into you from both the MC and the beat. All in all, this was a strong record and will be respected by both Wu-Tang fans and hip-hop fans as a whole.
The Sunz Of Man veteran drops a new album for fans. This one is a bit different than most Wu-Tang affiliate albums. The Red Hook native has a bit of a different style that may not be palatable for all tastes. There almost sounds to be a bridge between his old style from the “Death Be The Penalty” days to this newer style of rap today. He almost seems to dip a toe in both ages. The beats on here are definitely a broad mix of styles. At 21 tracks, there was a lot of room to try a lot of different things here. The best track is probably “Organized Rime 2 (remix).” There is a lot to take in on this new album so it will take fans awhile to disect everything that is on here. All in all, not a bad release. It may not be for everyone, but there is definitely some strength shown on here.
Heaven Razah drops a new project and this one is dope as hell. He is spitting that Wu-Tang / Sunz Of Man style rhymes at a top tier. He is an MC that definitely knows how to craft rhymes that sound like they were found in the lost sea scrolls on some ancient, esoteric, human knowledge tip. The beats on here are fantastic as well. They have a gritty, street feel to them and Razah knows how to lace every beat properly. It’s really uncanny at how great he is at MC’ing. He really should be brought up more in the conversations about the great MCs.
The Wu-Tang affiliate group Sunz Of Man is back with their first album in about 13 years. A lot of times when artists take a break for that long, they sound a little rusty when they come back. This is the complete opposite of that statement. They sound as fresh, if not better than they did when they first hit the scene. The rhymes are dope throughout. You can really hear the hunger and the talent in all of these artists as they throw darts all over this album. The beats are great as well. You almost get that classic Wu vibe as if you were listening to these songs in a Shaolin monastery. These fellas definitely did a great job on this album and should be commended for the turn-out of it.