The wrath of Kane.
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The wrath of Kane.
Four generations of rap rhyming together.
Sai, Pap...and Q?
Even though rap's largely entertainment, Saigon's still doing his part to generate songs based off fact instead of fiction.
Saigon's follow up to his 4.5 Cig debut album, The Greatest Story Never Told - Chapter 2: Bread and Circuses is out today but if anyone still needs some convincing to listen, take a look at his video for "Blown Away" first.
From the sound of it, Saigon's trying to get some radio spins with the latest single, "Best Thing That I Found," from The Greatest Story Never Told - Chapter 2: Bread And Circuses.
Not unlike the music, the visual presentation of the Large Professor-produced “M.A.R.S.” is gritty, raw and devoid of unnecessary flourishes.
The hard-scrabble New York underground has been festering recently, bubbling up with promising, aesthetically tough East Coast cuts.
Saigon's much-anticipated follow up to GSNT dropped earlier this week without much fanfare, probably the way the NY emcee preferred.
Saigon and Just Blaze reunite and reignite the Warning Shots mixtape series.
The moment I saw the title, I immediately wondered if Sai sampled Outkast's classic cut, "Ms.
Saigon drops a new video for "Married To The Game," a track by and featured on producers Ceasar & PStarr's War Music mixtape.
It's been a good year musically for Saigon and he's continuing to keep the archives bursting at the seams.
Richard Nixon famously declared the start of his "War on Drugs" forty years ago today and now the man who penned one of 2011’s best albums thus far is throwing his own.
When Termanology is bored, he doesn't take out his PS3 controller or even rummage through his massive DVD collection.
Saigon already picked his poison.
The verdict has already been sealed, but the tracks keep pouring out regardless.