Tha God Fahim and Jay Nice give us a new project in which both MCs trade bars back and forth. You definitely get the vibe that “steel sharpens steel” with this one as both MCs tend to try to outdo the other and create healthy competition that pays off in the end. The bars are pretty decent overall and you can tell that both are constantly trying to heighten their skills. The production on here might be a little more laid back, but not super low tempo. They definitely check off all boxes on here and it is a good listen. All in all, they are definitely hitting for par with this release. I’d definitely like to hear more from this matchup in the future.
Mach Hommy & Tha God Fahim combine forces again to give us another new project. This one is pretty on par for their work together. You get what you expect with this one. I wouldn’t say that any of the bars are too rewind-worthy, but they hold their own. There are features from Your Old Droog, JuJu Gotti, and Big Cheeko. The beats on here are pretty average as well. There really aren’t any bangers on here, but at the same time, they don’t suck either. With 9 tracks, there was definitely room to try some things out. This one sorta fell right in the middle for their work.
Tha God Fahim and Nicholas Craven team up once again for a third edition of their Shot Clock King series. On the mic, Fahim is as dope as usual. His flow sticks out the most out of everything vocally. His bars are decent and about on par for what you would expect from him. Nicholas Craven is pretty decent on the boards here as well. The beats are probably not his best work, but they are definitely not his worst either. It’s a good middle of the road project for the both of them. A highlight would be the track “From The Ground Up.” This is the last track and seems to stand out a bit from the rest. All in all, not a bad project from the duo.
Tha God Fahim comes back with another new project that is right on par with his past work. This is about what you would expect when you listen to a Fahim album. His flow is strong and his rhymes seem to tumble out easily. There are a few features from long time collaborator Your Old Droog. He is always good for a decent feature. The beats on here are probably the strongest part of the album. They really selected some decent beats for Fahim to rhyme over. Some dope musical samples paired with some hard drums make it easy for an MC to go to work. All in all, this is a pretty standard album from Fahim.
Tha God Fahim teams up with producer Dus to give us a 5 track project to quickly digest. There’s not a whole lotta room for much when there’s only 5 tracks. This is a decent effort though. The rhymes are straight forward and Fahim always has a good flow. The beats are decent, but maybe a bit too laid back at times. Highlights include “Drift” and “Taking Measures” as these stand out as the better tracks. All in all, not too bad of a project. I’d just like to see longer efforts when it comes to putting together these projects.
Tha God Fahim and Your Old Droog join forces again to give us a really dope new album with this one. The second installment of their Wolf On Wall St series shows fans how strong they can be. On the mic, Droog is definitely shining. His bars are improving and he is really able to spit some slick lines with a dope flow. Fahim is an equal, yet different complement for him as well. These 2 go back and forth trading some really well written raps. The beats on here are strong as well. There are some great samples used and a good highlight of this is the first track “Wall St With Briefcase.” It has a sped up vocal sample that sounds great when the MCs flow overtop of it. It’s almost reminiscent of a Heatmakerz track. All in all, this was a really strong album and one that you will not want to miss.
Fahim and Craven team up again for another banger! This one is really sonically pleasing to the ear. Nicholas Craven is doing his thing on the boards. The beats have amazing vocal samples and piano keys. He backs those up by putting in some hard hitting drums as well. Fahim complements that by doing his thing on the mic. His flow is great and his bars are strong. The best track on here is the first one “Shot Clock Legend.” That beat is just amazing and Fahim sounds fantastic over top of it. These two really have something cooking and I hope we get more material from them.
Tha God Fahim and producer Nicholas Craven cook up a new quick project for fans to peep. On the mic, Fahim is pretty decent spitting his usual style bars. His flow is very good and definitely drops some jewels on listeners. There are only 7 tracks on here and he gets 2 features from Your Old Droog to assist him. Nicholas Craven does a good job with the beats. They are more laid back and dreamy than your usual boom bap beat, but Fahim sounds better on these types of tracks anyway so this works out well. All in all, not a bad project for them on this go round.
Fahim drops a new project that is solid and cohesive the whole way through. His bars and his flow are strong and flow great throughout. He may not have many mind-bending, play-on-word type rhymes, but his flow is very calculated and his bars are decent. Your Old Droog is the only feature on this album as he drops some dope verses on here on a few songs. The stronger half of this project is the production. There are tons of great beats, hard drums, and interesting instrument samples on here for real hip hop fans to bob their heads to. Pay attention to the last third of the album especially because this is where many of the really great beats are located. All in all, Fahim does a great job and gives us a slamming project that plays through pretty well.
Your Old Droog and Tha God Fahim team up for another project and this one is pretty decent overall. On the mic, I think Droog edges out Fahim with the bars. He seems to have the harder approach to the mic and really gives us some well-constructed bars. That’s not to say that Fahim doesn’t do a decent job as well. His bars are pretty good as well, but just a step under Droog’s. The production on here ranges from average to above average. There are certainly some great boom bap beats that are sprinkled in here. Highlights include “Stretch,” ” Slam Dunk Contest” featuring Pharoahe Monch, and even the old school feel of “90 From The Line (remix).” The entire album has a dope concept applied to it as it plays through like a basketball game. That was definitely a dope concept to try out on an album. All in all, this was a really good job by Your Old Droog and Tha God Fahim.
Tha God Fahim and Your Old Droog link up to give us this new collaboration project. On the mic, Fahim and Droog are pretty decent. Droog seems to provide the harder bars throughout, but Fahim definitely has a strong flow as well. It’s always good to see 2 MCs link up and watch sword sharpen sword as they both try to outdo the other. The production on this project was a little lighter and dreamier than I would have liked. The beats are very laid back. This is what you would listen to as a soundtrack to just kicking back and chilling on top of a cloud. All in all, not a bad album, I just would have liked to have seen both MCs bring some harder tracks that slam more. Spit those bars of fury over hard beats like we all know that you can.
Tha God Fahim is back with another brand new album. This one is a bit of a mixed bag. While on one hand, he seems to have a really good flow and some decent rhymes mixed in, his voice doesn’t seem to match the power in which the rhymes should be expressed. He’s not as forceful as he should be at times. The lyrics are often times very positive and uplifting, and can sometimes get lost in the mix. The production on here varies as well. There are definitely some tracks that stand out more than others do. “After Every Dark Day Comes Sunshine” and “In Tha Morning” are the 2 best tracks on here on both sides of the coin. There are other songs I could have done without. Not a bad project overall, I just think that there could have been tweeks done across the board.
Tha God Fahim drops a relatively decent album here with this latest album. He gives you what you would expect rhyme-wise. I don’t think you are going to get anything too crazy as far as the wordplay. His flow, voice, and delivery are probably what stand out more. The production side of this album is a bit more notable. There is almost a regal feel to the beats that are on here – like you are walking into the hall of kings. The tracks that definitely stand out are “Cash Rulez” with it’s bop of a beat and then “Scarlett Murder” which has Fahim trading verses with the always monstrous Vinnie Paz. This was a pretty standard offering overall. Fahim fans will probably appreciate this more than the casual listener.
DJ Muggs has been on a tear this year and just keeps the music coming to us. This next project finds him teaming up with Tha God Fahim. Overall, this project is pretty dope. Fahim handles the rhymes relatively well and Muggs gives us some good and sinister beats. It all sounds like a Middle Eastern assassin plotting to take over the rap game very methodically. It definitely has a dope theme to it and Muggs provides the backdrop very well. The best track is “Dump Assassination” which features fellow monster MC Vinnie Paz. This is just a dope onslaught of rhymes over a great beat. Overall, they did a good job on this project.
Mach Hommy teams up with Tha God Fahim to put out another project for some reason. Lyrically, you’re not going to get too much on this one. Mach Hommy is God awful on here. He just sounds the whackest he ever has on here. Fahim does a better job on here as he actually has better bars. The beats started out okay but quickly fell off early into the album. This one really was just a dumpster fire. Should have hit the delete button on the hard drive when it was mastered.