Kid Vishis teams up again with his brother Royce da 5’9″ and My Detroit Players for this remix of “Go Off” off of Vishis’ release “The Purge”, which we blogged back in August (click here for the original). The official remix is included on an EP of remixes by Frost Gamble , Little Vic , Speedboat Sounds and Spokewheel, as well as the smash original produced by Foul Mouth that is released today on 22 Entertainment and Sick Em Records.
Straight out of Detroit, lyrical wordsmith Kid Vishis teams up with his brother, Royce 5’9 (from Slaughterhouse and Prhyme).Kid Vishus ft Royce the 5’9 – Go Off, produced by Foulmouth, is the second single off of Vishis’ release “The Purge” that dropped two weeks ago on 22 Entertainment/Orchard/Sony.
Fans of MCMI might remember when Vishisdid a collab with PH on his 2011 releaseThis Ain’t What You Want, also featuring Marv Won, off his album Know The Ledge. As you can see, Kid Vishis is definitely a force of his own to be reckoned with, all Royce aside. Nevertheless, it’s dope to get a brotherly collab from the two from time to time, the ‘Big Daddy Kane, Lil Daddy Shane overdoers’, if you get my reference.
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The Brooklyn born lyricist PH (formerly known as “Pumpkinhead”) has always been an artist of integrity, respected by his vast following throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan and Australia. His ability to persevere in a hostile industry climate with no major label or industry co-sign is what has prompted many to hail him as the “Underground King” for years … (more…)
This song is off of Royce’s new album “SUCCESS IS CERTAIN“. Â For those that don’t know, Kid Vishis is Royce The 5’9 ‘s younger brother. He has been heating up mixtapes and dropping guest verses for a minute now and he’s no slouch. Vish spits with incredible intensity, punctuating his lyrics emphasis on every syllable, forcing you to sit up and take notice. The urgency in his voice leads you to believe he has something very important to say and you had better listen.
The first time I heard Vishis I didn’t know who he was and I remarked to someone in the room, “He kinda has a little hint of Royce 5’9. Not compeltely, but you can tell he is an influence.” That’s when my peoples laughed at me and let me know that he was indeed Royce’s lil brother, so of course he’s going to have similar vocal chords and a bit of his influence. However, upon further listening, he definitely has his own style and even different intonation. Vishis hangs back a bit more on the beat and his voice is more nasal.
I’d say the biggest difference between the two is the fact that young Vish might not have to go through the years of heartache and struggle as deals go sour and careers stall, trying to get on. He IS on, by default, due to his brother and all the connections that come with that. Now he just has to show and prove. So far, he is doing just that. Â Take a listen to the new joint with Royce (Little Daddy Shane / Big Daddy Kane overdoers? The hottest brothers out this summer? hmm) and if you like what you hear, check out the song Kid Vishis has with PH and MarvWon, on PH’s album “KNOW THE LEDGE” dropping next Tuesday. You already know …