Attention Black Sabbath heads, weed heads, drank heads, and those who just fancy their music mega heavy and slow, PTP and Steady Bloggin’ got some shit in the pyrex for you! It is officially #FridayBLACKESTFriday …so that means we premier the first taste of our “best of” tribute to the aforementioned “most important band ever”…in trippy visual form, no less. Screwing Yourself To Live, probably also a first step into something that could be called SludgeWave*, drops 12/12/12 (think 6/6/06…just stretched and doubled…or something) via this site and that site. The music of Sabbath will be treated and mixed together by yours truly, overseen by the homey Alex, while John Turner Jr. handles the artwork. This is going to make some lean and loud pushers quite rich.
Black Sabbath “Sleeping Village” (Chopped & Slowed)
I threw this video together this afternoon…yeah.
*I dunno…think heavy metal given the Texas chopped & screwed treatment.
G-Side and (the artist still known as) John Turner Jr. are a scary sight! No, but they are a well-oiled machine when put together to let their respective creatives flourish. Turner is in the director chair for this one as the trio gives us a short glimpse into G.
Bonus: The good folks over at Steady Bloggin’, who happen to be purveyors of only the most top-shelf in Chopped & Screwed outings, recently dropped a project featuring nothin’ but G-Side joints that have taken on said top-shelf properties, as treated by Trappadon. As if their music wasn’t already heady enough.
Grande Marshall, Philadelphia’s leader in Trill Wave, lets loose this joint from his upcoming mixtape 800 (I’ll raise you 500, Chief Keef). “GODBPM” has the title and feel of a SpaceGhostPurrp track with the easy, breezy, mood-setting saxaphone provided by producer Worthy. Unlike Purrp, GM is actually a pretty good rapper and his lyrics are his strongest asset. They are something that a person who may not know the nuances of the trends in internet rap will be able to find relatable. No mysticism, no way to into fashion references, or excessive drug use talk- just rhymes bred on the corner that will be always a timeless element regardless of the musical climate.
Grande Marshall – “GODBPM”
You can’t be trill without a chopped & screwed mix.