These two are back at the rap attack again. From taking NYC by storm with their live performances to scoring interviews from the house that 50 built, it’s safe to say that G.I. Gibbs and P. Double-L can do no wrong at this point.
Over a hypnotizing Burn One offering, Gibbs splits time dropping bars and harmonizing, even conjuring memories of an early 90’s Nate Dogg. Pill dives right in with an impressive feature detailing his own rise to Hip-Hop’s top floor and the detractors he encounters in the process. Simply put, it’s another high quality record on their respective budding catalogs. Leads me to wonder, however, if either came across this suggestion.