Luke Sick rhymes over beats by Damien. That ill shit. Tapes are sold out.
Luke Sick and Eddie K hooked up a gfd beat and ran it. That raw shit.
ON TILT Comin’ Out The Cut with the cutty ass video from the Orange Tape in decks everywhere now, get a copy before its too late.
Rec is the League Gurp is the City.
Megakut Records is back with their latest tape release. This time DANKSLOB (Luke Sick & G-Pek) drop an e.p. on one side along with J-Eazy & Brycon’s Damaged Goods e.p. on the flip. Two dope projects on one tape, it’s a no brainer. J-Eazy dropping gurp poetics over Brycon bangers might have you fuckin’ off your rent and christmas money at BevMo and that’s ok. They got deals. Couple that with Luke Sick kicking real life rime science backed by G-Pek’s criminally underrated production and you might wonder where your tape went until you see your moms leaving the weed spot. It be like that sometimes.
And buy some tapes yo:
Unreleased Luke Sick goin’ in on some breaks with Son Tiff. The Infidel Producer.
GURPIN’ ALL DAY.
I was gonna write something up but Foul Mouth Jerk has a true gift with words:
“You know what seems to be happening a lot in recent years? Super Groups. Conversely you know what seems to be lost to the annals of history? Rapper/Producer albums. Not the Kanye West “a producer that raps” type, I mean one consistent, cohesive musical vision throughout an entire album done by 1 MC and his DJ/Producer or production team. Up until about 1993 it’s pretty much how all rap albums were made, these days not so much. Well you know who’s combining these two seemingly dynamically opposed concepts? No, you probably don’t because you don’t stay up on ill shit the way I do. But the answer is Grand Killa Con, a joint effort from Gurp City All Star Luke Sick, the lyricist behind projects like Sacred Hoop & Grand Invincible, and Brycon, a producer whose worked with everyone from Action Bronson to Living Legends to Masta Ace.
As a super group I’m gonna go ahead & rate them firmly right between The Hot Boys & The Traveling Wilburys. As a rapper/producer combo, I would put them somewhere in the neighborhood of a Marley Marl & Kane. Their first leak ”Hemmed pt.1″ is the beginning of their run up to this summer’s release of their full-length “Year of the Tre Bag” and is accompanied by a video that’s as grimy as the album title suggests.”
-Foul Mouth Jerk
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It’s a lifestyle not a gimmick, Gurp City.
Following up their debut “Supalove Tape”, the deadly rap duo of Luke Sick and Rob Rush, together known as Rime Force Most Illin’, are back tag teaming rimes and ripping routines at a frentic pace with their new E.P., The Force Is Slammin’. The title says it all as these two bring you back to the essence of what this rap shit is all about, skills on the microphone and a def beat. Check out the video for the title track and soak game:
The Force Is Slammin’ is available on limited edition cassette. Each Cassette purchase comes with a free immediate download of the album, get it here:
Rime Force Most Illin’ – The Force Is Slammin’
The Supalove Tape is still available as well. Gurp League strikes again!
Another unreleased gem fresh out of the vaults, this one is by Brougham. Produced by Jason Slater, Raps by Luke Sick.
Hit the link for the stream and free download:
I’m a stay grimey and ready for them high speeds…..
Another unreleased joint straight out the vaults, Luke Sick with Eddie Def on the beat. Visuals by The Curator.
Interview courtesy of Billy Jam, The Studio Danksta.
Random Gurpin’ is a new segment shining light on some unheard or cutty ass tracks you may have missed from the crew. For the first one we have a joint from Luke Sick and Wordsmith and another from Z-MAN produced by Big Shawn.
Unreleased Luke Sick joint from the Soothsay records archives. Palo Alto’s illest.
The first video off of White Mic’s "FIGHTIN OFF SUCCESS" Album. Still a free download, more videos to come.
R.I.P. Stinkweed Malone
Luke Sick and Rob Rush are back with their first official release as Rime Force Most Illin’, The Supalove Tape. Megakut Tape Series #7
In conjunction with www.routinefly.com, Megakut has chosen this time to unleash the Rime Force onto an eager public. Side A is a three-song medley of G-Pek beats with RFMI busting lyrical vignettes over each one, including the slump partyrocker “40 in the Freezer” and a traditionally lurked shoutro (with intro cuts by DJ Raw B). Side B is a live recording of Rime Force’s first show from atop the U.S. Bank building at 22nd and Mission in SF, set-list includes: Biggest Party of the Century, On Dope, Rawhide, and We Get the Most Props- beats by Fatees, Vrse Murphy, and G-Pek; cuts by DJ Quest. Each tape comes with a digital download card. This demo is the prelude to Rime Force Most Illin’s debut EP: “The Force is Slammin’” coming soon.
Tape can be purchased from the links above.
In case you missed it a while back here’s the free d/l for RFMI first single “On Dope”
Rime Force Most Illin\' – ON DOPE
Update!! Here’s what Werner Von Wallenrod had to say about the tape:
Gurp League strikes again.