Audio Push release a soulful one on this Sunday by flipping the J Dilla-produced "So Far To Go", adding Preston Harris for the hook, and spittin' some raw, honest raps about their lifestyle and love for music. I vibe with this one — a release that coincides with the drop of their new website: AudioPush.com.
PRODUCTION Hazebanga & Eric Choice (co-prod. Hit-Boy)
SUBMITTED BY Sgt. Tibs
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Had to shine the spotlight on one of the standout tracks (and non-previews) of Audio Push's new mixtape, Come As You Are, tonight as the HS87 duo are joined by James Fauntleroy on the hook and Chicago rising star Vic Mensa on the last verse. Right away, Fauntleroy grabs your ear and his chorus later on is even more compelling. Priice's verse sets the tone as both members of Audio Push do their thing. Vic's verse is not to be slept on as well, as it goes on long and is a fun one to keep up with on first listen. Give this engaging one a listen and then check out the full tape below!
One last preview of Come As You Are — Audio Push's new project dropping tomorrow — and it's a good one. Backed by a Hit-Boy production and the slick flow of T.I. on a guest verse, Audio Push has a feel-good motivational jam on their hands with "Theme Song". T.I. kills it too and per usual with a Hit-Boy production, the subtleties are all on point. I love the changes heard once the scratching begins at the end so stay tuned all the way through.
The HS87 duo drops their new preview off the upcoming project, Come As You Are (Nirvana reference? Love that song.) as "Shine" features a very engaging flow on top of a dope production that samples Janet Jackson (and a quick Chris Tucker tidbit!). Nicely done overall (including that pixelated cover art).
HS87 back to keep the momentum going with some new music in the form of "Nothin". This track is an instant jam due to its production. The subtleties like a quick flash of Busta Rhymes' "Touch It" and the added instrumental in the outro add to the otherwise powerful beat in general. This one should keep your chest puffed out with all parties involved doing their thing. Hit-Boy's last verse being my favorite. Borderline *Tibs Fav. and definitely one for your rotation.