Rusty Jabbz New York Hip Hop Review #16

Shabaam and his team went through a slew of songs just giving B. K. a taste of what he got lined up. My favorite joints that my dude performed here just now, I would have to say are “Freaky Flow” which was actually produced by Nick Wiz, who’s currently up in here as I type, ‘nuhmean’. My next favorite joint I like from Shabaam Sahdeeq, it was at least two of them; I don’t even know if this is the proper name of the song, but it’s a song he did with his man, Gino. I think it’s titled, “Things ain’t always what it seems”. Then, there was another joint a collabo Shabaam Sahdeeq did with his man, Eddie B. Where Eddie B took the crowd back in time to the mid- nineties and got on some Das Efx/ Bone Thugs N Harmony type shit, you feel me. That was like the grand finale of the night and a great song to end with I must say.

Shabaam Sahdeeq – “Off Parole” Out Now
Shabaam Sahdeeq – “Relentless Part 2” Hosted by Infamous Haze Season’s Greeting Album In Stores and Online around the Christmas Season
Shabaam Sahdeeq – “Thicker Than Water”
Shabaam Sahdeeq – “The Crossfire” Guest Starring: Eddie B & H. Fraud

I wanna thank my dude Shabaam Sahdeeq for inviting me and my man Sha to tonight’s event. It was something! Definitely looking forward in our continuous collaboration

I just wanna apologize to the Brownbag All-stars for not sticking around for your performance. I’ll catch y’ all another time. Peace to J.M.’ Ceasar Leo Degeniro for coming through tonight as well, that’s what’s up. Check out tonight’s performances on my youtube channel: Worldwidejabbz

Article Appeared in The Black Truth News Volume 4 Issue 6


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