Rah Digga, arguable one of the nicest MC’s ever to touch the mic, male or female dropped this gem this summer wight he homie Marco Polo and I missed it! Well, here it is now.
The track is sick, but that’s to be expected from Marco Polo. Rasheda’s flow is still tough. The track is high energy enough without Mr. Chuck D’s blessing on it, but then he adds an endorsement at the end. I admit I was hoping for a Chuck D verse, but the song is hot, so I’m not complaining.
The lead-single from Marco Polo’s forthcoming LP, PA2: The Director’s Cut, accomplishes what no one else has been able to pull off in over a decade–reunite Organized Konfusion. Since the duo disbanded in 1997, there has been no new OK material and every few years or so the usual “reunion rumors” emerge and then disappear.
Marco Polo’s forthcoming LP, PA2: The Director’s Cut will be released on 11-12-2013 via SoulSpazm Records and features appearances from Talib Kweli, DJ Premier, Posdonous, Masta Ace, Kardinal Offishall, Styles P, Lil Fame, Alchemist, Oh No, MC Eiht, King Tee, Michael Rapport, Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, Rah Digga, Slaine, Ill Bill, Organized Konfusion, Doppelgangaz & many more.
New Jeru rap veteran Rah Digga joins forces with Australia’s go-to producer M-Phazes for the Maxi-Single “Never Back Down.” Consisting of two versions, the original mix featuring Fresno’s Fashawn and Beantown’s REKS, in addition to theÂ previously leaked remixÂ featuring the Michigan born, Florida raised and now NYC transplant Nitty Scott, MC, “Never Back Down” showcases top notch lyricism and wordplay over M-Phazes fusion of glitched-out dubstep and gritty guitar riffs.
Seems Fat Trel & Tyler the Creator awoke the sleeping giant (“that ain’t even asleep”), ha ha, this is good. Rah Digga is a lyrical heavyweight and yet we have never really seen her take shots at somebody, personally. Well, she goes in on this joint. Track is solid too. Hear for yourself.
“I didn’t make this record for press purposes or for hype cuz that’s not my thing. I got wind of various artists referencin me in a negative fashion. They poked fun at me I’m just pokin back. Its all sport to me. I wish em all the best, they just need to understand who is off limits. MC Lyte is off limits. Â Rah Digga is off limits. Â Respect those who kept hip hop raw so that we could still have a culture or get a first hand lesson in a lyrical ass whoopin. Love is love.” – Rah Digga
Here is the first installment of clips from theÂ MCMI records album release show for PH’s newest album “Know the Ledge” held at SouthPaw Bklyn. The show and party was an amazing event Hosted by Jean Grae and DJ’d by Heavy Hitters DP ONE and DJ Enuff. With a talent heavy line up of MC’s like Math Hoffa,Poison Pen, YC the Cynic, Iron Solomon, Rah Digga, Pack FM, just to name a few that all came out to show love and support of the underground king.
With a crazy intro by Chordz Cordero, PH rips into the track King Latifah off the “Know the Ledge” album. If you don’t already have it, Pick up a physical copy at FatBeats & UGHH or digital at MCMIbandcamp.com, orÂ iTunes, – The Tees worn by PH, Chordz Cordero, and LR Blitzkrieg: “King Latifah“, “Pen X Sword“, and “MCMI Forever” respectively can be bought at MCMIapparel. Support great Hip Hop.