Loter, if you like Daylight, you should check out Blockhead's stuff (he produced most of Aesop's early stuff, including Daylight). If you liked the production on Labor Days, all of Blockhead's stuff sounds really similar, and it's all really good.
I'm surprised I've not seen any Eric B and Rakim, any Kool Moe Dee...back in the day they were the shit.
Here's something you chaps may never have heard of...
Anyone who can sound gangster yet reference Ms. Pac Man and Cookie Monster is clearly a lyrical genius. :)
My buddy Jordan knew one of the guys, Malice...guy said he was the real thing. Really would go to the studio and record, then get back to his corner and flip some rocks. But now he's rich, so he's living the good life.
It's a rarity that these "gangster rappers" who talk all this shit are real. Most claim to murder thousands yet aren't all in prison....which makes no sense. I mean, if you're confessing on the song, and they're driving in Maseratis, it's not like any prosecutor can't figure out where they're at....
Cheech Marin Said: Mexican Americans don't like to just get into gang fights,
they like flowers and music and white girls named Debbie too.