Ty Farris teams up with producer Sebb Bash to give us a brand new project that is pretty different than a lot of other stuff out there. On the mic, Ty Farris is spitting some of the best bars he has ever given us. His wordplay and the way he comes up with these punchlines is fantastic. There are only 2 features on here from Estee Nack and Planet Asia. Both of them definitely do their thing on here. The production is pretty decent. Sebb Bash did a good job on the boards and gives us sounds that are dope and stand out amongst the crowd. All in all, this was a very good effort from Ty Farris and Sebb Bash.
Super spitter Ty Farris teams up with producer Slim One to give us this new EP. With only 5 tracks, there isn’t a lot of room for error, but no one needs to worry because errors aren’t really a thing Ty Farris does. He is super focused with the pen game and the bars are A-1. The beats on here are solid as well. I think they make a strong statement with each and every track. The highlights are “Scary Jungle” and the posse cut “Highly Favored” featuring Bub Styles and Mickey Diamond. All in all, this was pretty solid. I only wished it was longer than just an EP.
Ty Farris returns with his fourth installment of his No Cosign Just Cocaine series. It’s definitely clear by now that Ty Farris is a master with the word play. He is definitely a top tier lyricist and MCs out there should be scared if they aren’t already. His bars are Detroit at its core and he reps flawlessly. With lines like “You might see a flash of Proof/ if I’m drinking Absolut,” he shows us why he carries on the legacy in Detroit. The beats on this album are decent, but not quite what I was looking for. It’s hard to describe, but the beats just didn’t quite go where I saw them going. Could it possibly be because there are too many different producers on here? Maybe. They are still pretty decent though. One of the highlights on this album is “You Should Be A Shame” where Ty definitely blacks out and Black Milk does a fantastic job on the banging beat. All in all, this is a solid release from Ty Farris. This is definitely not my favorite in this series, but there is no question that Ty Farris is not slowing down at all. He’s got his foot on the gas.
The lyrical expert Ty Farris teams up with producer Machacha to give us a dark view into Detroit nights with this latest offering. On the lyrical side of things, Ty Farris definitely knows how to craft some of the most intricate and skilled bars out there. There really aren’t many MCs messing with Ty Farris. This is how talented rappers rap. On the production side, Machacha gives us a darker, yet more melodic look at what nights in Detroit look like. This project definitely has a feeling to it and it is felt throughout the entire project. This is what work ethic sounds like when you are locked in the lab night after night just pumping out quality. The only thing that might need a little work (and this is being super nit-picky) would be the hooks. Sometimes they can get repetitive when they are just 4 bar offerings. I’d almost like to hear Ty supplying verses with a vocalist supplying the hook. I’d like to hear Ty really go after that radio track once to see what it would sound like. Because other than that, he has the streets on lock. Another great offering from Ty Farris.
Ty Farris releases a collection of some of his best freestyles in the form of the Practice Raps Mixtape. He unleashes some of the best bars he has had in the tuck over some of the best and most classic beats out there. The only feature he has on here is from Kuniva from D-12. Kuniva does a great job at his verse, but it’s not to say that Ty Farris needs any help at all. He is fantastic at rhyming and cannot be coached at all. Today’s rappers need to study this project and see what they are up against. Ty Farris is no joke and is letting everyone know how great he is. Over top of some dope beats, he is all but unstoppable.
Ty Farris teams up with producer Bozack Morris for a brand new project to finish out the year. This one sounds slightly different than the No Cosign, Just Cocaine series type beats. These are more somber and thoughtful beats. On this project, Ty Farris definitely gives you a more introspective look at his life. There is a lot more pain on this album than previous releases. You can see how Ty came up and the drive that he has to succeed. This one is like taking a walk through the mind of Ty Farris as he opens up and shows you what is going on inside his head. You can definitely tell he was inspired by the beats because there is definitely a complementary relationship between the beats and the rhymes. The highlight on this one is “Treachery” featuring Rome Streetz. It has a really dope beat in which both MCs definitely do their thing on the mic. When you are a great MC like Ty Farris, instead of competing with other rappers, you tend to compete with your own bodies of work. While this one might not be my favorite project thus far, it’s an important one. We’re getting to see all sides of Ty Farris and that is what great artists do.
Ty Farris teams up with producer Royalz to come out with this new project that is pretty dope overall. When it comes to bars, there is nothing you can teach Ty Farris. He is a master at this craft. Every bar is expertly crafted and you can tell he takes his time writing each line. The beats on this project are a bit different. There is more of a grandiose feeling to the beats and fewer drums and snares. Royalz trades those in for more of an effervescent feeling on this one. It’s almost a bit of a contrast hearing laid back, yet grand beats, but having relentless, crafty bars. I am not quite sure it is the best pairing, however, it still sounds pretty decent. This was a good album in which you will definitely be hitting the rewind button to hear lyrics again and again.
Ty Farris delivers the 3rd installment of his No Cosign Just Cocaine series and if you liked the previous releases, you are definitely in for a treat. As always, he delivers top quality bars over some pretty great beats. It really is amazing to hear this MC rap at such a high level. The competition should be scared. He is like a marathon runner and once he catches his stride, he is unstoppable. You can tell that he really takes his time when structuring his verses. Not a lot of people do that. The beats on here are pretty decent as well. You get some nicely laid tracks from Dirty Diggs, Stu Bangas, Trox, Sebb Bash, and more. I still want to hear Ty Farris over a DJ Premier, old boom bap, type beat. I definitely think it would bring out the best in him. Yet and still, he shows us where he is from, how he grew up, and where he is going on another near flawless excursion. Ty Farris is definitely an MC to look out for.
Ty Farris is really light years ahead of a lot of rappers out there today. The one thing that is strikingly apparent as you listen through this album is how much work went into it. He is like a surgeon the way that he pieces these bars together. You really can’t coach perfection. The level of talent and determination that this MC has is uncanny. There isn’t a whack verse on this project from beginning to end. He also picks fantastic features like Rome Streetz, 38 Spesh, Lil Fame, and more to also deliver top notch verses. The beats on here are super dope as well. Every song has a purpose and that is what you need to make a cohesive project sound good. The hottest track on here is “Defiant Stance.” It has the best, neck-snapping beat and Ty Farris just murders the verses on here. “Came A Long Way” is definitely in second place as the beat is just such fire and you get bars from Ty, 38 Spesh, and Lil Fame. Such a great song. This is a project you need to have in your life. If you don’t have this on repeat, you are doing something wrong with your life.
The lyrical master Ty Farris teams up with Chicago MC Waterr for a pretty dope project. On the microphone side of things, it seems both MCs competitively sparred and it ended up making both of them give that much more effort with the pen. It’s always great to see two talents feed off of each other’s energy. You get great results like that. Ty Farris did come out the winner if I were to declare one here. His focus is almost unmatched in today’s game. The bars he creates are just so well-constructed. Waterr did a great job as well and the energy he steps to the mic with is great. The production on here is pretty slamming overall. The highlights include “Mind On My Mula” which is a great beat with a Beastie Boys vocal sample. “Affairs” is another great track that is all but perfectly narrated by both MCs. They give a great story of what it is like to be cheated on which a lot of people can relate to. This is a very strong project which definitely deserves your listen.
Surgical, that is the word for Ty Farris’s pen game. When it comes to lyrics, this dude has a laser-like focus. The lyrics crafted on this project are on such a high level, rappers really need to take lessons from this dude. As far as lyrics, I definitely have to give this project a perfect score. There is nothing bad you can say about anything this dude has written. I was really in shock and awe hearing how dope these rhymes were. The beats were strong too. I can’t say that they were perfect, but they were definitely pretty dope overall. I’ve been waiting to hear Ty Farris over some boom bap type beats and just haven’t gotten it quite yet. He would sound perfect over a Preemo record. Nonetheless, there are some fire beats on here though. “Tyrant Talk” is extremely dope and the lyrics are obviously A-1 there. The highlight for me has to be “I Chose You” which features Conway. The beat is a smooth singing sample with a dope drum track. Combine that with lyrical fire from Ty and Conway, it is purely unstoppable. Give us an album full of those right there. All in all, this was a really dope project. I can’t wait to hear more and more from Ty Farris.
I was so hyped when I saw that Ty Farris was dropping another project. This dude is surgical with the pen. The rhymes on this project are phenomenal. There really aren’t too many rappers that are out there today that are messing with the Detroit native. Not only is he great with wordplay, but he is also awesome at telling stories, which there are a few of those types of tracks on this project. The beats on here are decent. There really isn’t anything that is bad on here. The one critique I would offer is that there aren’t really any beats that are just slamming. I wanted to hear a DJ Premier type beat and have Ty go HAM over that, but the beats that are on here are really pretty laid back. Next project, we definitely need to get something that is just neck-snapping so that Ty Farris is imprinted on everyone’s brain. All in all, this project was dope. It’s good to hear MCs that can actually rap vs. all the crap that is out in the industry today. Cop this project and cop it quick!
Ty Farris is 100% undeniably a great MC. Lyrically he is crazy. He is able to flip some multi-syllabic rhymes unlike most rappers today. For this, I give him a ton of props. This new project is another dose of his talent. Overall this is a good project. Lyrically he is on point and you can hear the talent from track to track. The beats are decent on here. They are very hard and heavy on drums. I think where it lacks a little bit is that some of the tracks sound darker than normal. They don’t really give you an uplifting feeling at all. That may be the mood you are in currently and that may be fine but I like a good mix on a project. That aside, this is a dope release that you need to check out. Can’t wait to hear more from Ty Farris.
What an incredible release this was! First off, I gotta say lyrically, there aren’t really too many people out there that are messing with this Detroit MC named Ty Farris. I had never previously heard of him but he has certainly made a name for himself with this release. The bars that this guy can spit are relentless. His rhyme scheme is so complex and so creative. His multi-syllable rhymes are gonna be hard to touch by most MCs out there today. The beats are also very good on this album as well. While I don’t think they necessarily paint the most cohesive picture, there is a lot to like on this project as far as beats go. The standout track is the thumping “Maintain N Survive.” You will know who Ty Farris is and what he came to do after hearing this track. I’d definitely have to say this is a must-listen-to project here. Don’t let this one pass you by. Book your stay at Room 39 now!