Da Cloth - Da Fixtape album cover

I could literally review this album in three words and it’s all that needs to be said and if I did just that, those three words would be “HARDEST S**T OUT”! You would then know what your gonna get and believe me, this right here, is what real street hip hop sounds like. Taking us back to Mobb Deep days with the gritty street rhymes and the concrete hardened beats with the new street flava of 2020! “Rigz and Mooch” been doing the scene justice of late and now with the release of their Clik project “Da Fixtape” Da Cloth really show us what they are about and,  it’s as real as the sun, moon and the stars! With other members “Rob Gates, M.A.V., Times Change, Illanoise and Symph” Da Cloth really have heated up the game and can stand against any other raw, gritty, street crew out there!

“The Last Dose” sets the back drop for the project and gives us our first fix of dopeness (pun Intended)! “Count Us In” is a sick track with a slick hook that shows us that Mooch (who rides Dolo on this track) is the man for the hooks and really does resonate as the WSG of the click just with better rhymes! “Back Door” is HARD, nuff said! “Ask Me Why” is a minimal track so if that’s your thing you’ll love this. “When The Studio Talks Back” is a sick track with Rigz solo and parts of the studio are talking about the artist! Very good idea. “All About The Money” is the hardest track out right now, it really is that fight, shoot, stab, kill type ish.

Bangers: Last Dose, Count Us In, Back Door, When The Studio Talks Back, All About The Money.

Score: 9.5/10 this is as raw and a hard as it gets and this is what i was hoping Griselda was gonna be. With the hardest street rhymes and bars it really does satisfy your needs for that rawness and that’s my forte.

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By Brutus Maximus

Founder of Raw Side Hip Hop. Been rocking with the hip hop culture for over 30 years. Love the creativity, authenticity of the art and the culture as a whole. Shout out to the real ones making and supporting true hip hip and the artists who make it!