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Celph Titled & Buckwild – Nothin’ To Say f/Rise (MP3)

by Eric on September 9, 2010

Nineteen Ninety Now is finally here and a hip-hop renaissance is about to begin! The art form is brought full-circle through this groundbreaking collaboration between underground giant Celph Titled and production legend Buckwild (D.I.T.C.)!

Showing that the lessons from the past can be combined with the innovations of the present, these two heavyweight artists have joined forces to create a neo-classic. By having uninhibited access to Buckwild’s original mid-90’s production, Celph Titled was able to select and record to over 16 unreleased D.I.T.C. bangers; bringing his charismatic flow and lyrical prowess to each one. Hit the jump for more, plus audio to “Nothin’ To Say”….

Guest appearances from D.I.T.C. (A.G., O.C., Diamond D), Treach (of Naughty by Nature), Vinnie Paz (of Jedi Mind Tricks), Brand Nubian (Grand Puba, Sadat X), R.A. The Rugged Man, Chino XL, Demigodz (Apathy, Ryu, Esoteric), F.T. (of Street Smartz) and more.

• Multi-platinum producer Buckwild from the legendary Diggin’ In The Crates crew (D.I.T.C.) has produced countless classics over the last two decades for artists ranging from Artifacts, Organized Konfusion, and Mic Geronimo to The Notorious B.I.G., 50 Cent, and Jay-Z.

The beats on this album were originally produced by Buckwild between 1994 and 1995, but were never recorded to. The classic hip-hop sound of the SP-1200 and Akai-S950 is revisited on this project.

All scratches on this album are done by Mista Sinista of X-ecutioners fame.

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Justin Boland September 9, 2010 at 8:46 pm

This project sounds great…and Rise is back? Always one of my favorite Demigodz contributors, nobody else sounds remotely like him and he’s funny as fuck.

Travis September 9, 2010 at 11:00 pm

Rise had an album/mixtape out last year that is worth finding. Yeah, this sounds like it has promise

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