Everybody has been raving about Harry Fraud on the production. Producing for the likes of Rick Ross, French Montana, and even underground/independent stalwarts like Action Bronson and Curren$y has helped him build a name for himself. His production runs the gamut from trunk rattlers to heavily sampled joints reminiscent to 1995. Such a diverse catalog has kept him in demand. Unequivocally, Mr. “La Musica de Harry Fraud” has made a name for himself by being dope.
But, Harry Fraud doesn’t come alone. In fact, he has been affiliated with a crew (SRF SCHL) that includes the every lyrical Eddie B. Eddie B, not someone new on the underground scene, had a previous released an EP called The Lucky 7. Chocked filled with features, dope rhymes and production, it would have seemed that Eddie B was going to make bigger waves. Yet, many haven’t caught on. With Horsepower, Eddie B plans on changing all of this.
Eddie B is back on his bullshit! Damn, I been waiting to see what else he had up his sleeve. Ever since that other track Courage, I was still thinking about whatever else he had in the stash. This is NICE! Oh, and we can’t forget about Bronsalino. Peep it, people.
Now THIS song is riding, man. I don’t care what y’all say. Peep those words, people. He is probably one of the kings of slick talk for this song. I’m used to hearing a lot more aggressive. It STILL is aggressive. But smoother. Probably that Harry Fraud production.
Smoke Dza and Harry Fraud hanging out again? Why not. Pay attention, though. You will get to understand where #rrrrriiight comes from. Also, you even get to see Dza do some foolery at the beginning of the video.
Well, this is a nice surprise for a true music fan. Curren$y comes with a free project linking him with Harry Fraud. From what I heard, this is a pretty good project. I think you, as a hip hop listener, should give it a try.
In light of the appearance both of these guys had on Sucker Free Sunday this past weekend, I must say that I am happy to post this. This is the review of Rugby Thompson I wrote. Why? Because I have to explain the redeeming qualities of the album. Read it and understand.
Rugby Thompson is back at it again. On some punk, smooth ish, we get some goodies courtesy of the Jet Life representers. I must admit that this works. Then again, most of Dza’s songs go hard. People don’t understand that Harlem flow, though. They will get it later. Right now, just play this and roll up some kush in your Raw papers.