Wednesday, November 05, 2014

What I'm Watching: A-Class - "That Shit Right" (Prod. by Tom Delay Beats)


Dope track by A-Class here with "That Shit Right". He poses a lot of questions for those on the other side of his mic while holding his own lyrically. Peep the visuals then make sure you check that album out too.



Nightwriter is A-Class’s 3rd Brake Fast Records’ release, produced entirely by Tom Delay Beats. Although the pair has worked closely together throughout the years, this is first time Class has spit exclusively on Tom Delay’s production for an entire project.

A-Class is a battle rap veteran who has consistently provided a stream of exceptional music, even before he stepped on the battle scene. In the Grind Time and KOTD rings, he has faced the likes of Dizaster, Rone, Madness, Tantrum, and Sonny Bamboo. He remains a fierce opponent in the battle circuit and continues to travel the world squaring up with some of the scene’s best.

The composition of the Nightwriter EP primarily documents A-Class’s experiences on the road and in between battles, much of it having been written during about his expeditions, as well as about them. The progressive emcee continues to develop his customary free-flowing rhyme construction and unconventional flows around some catchy hooks, which is largely deviant from the unorthodox structure of Class’s previous recorded work.

Tom Delay Beats’ phonic background for the 7 song EP is expanse, ranging from bass heavy joints like “Bitch What You Talkin Bout” and “Kenny Lofton” to the funky-sounding sampling found on “Bus To NYC” and true school bangers like “Super Fat Laces”. Tom Delay structures the overall sound of Nightwriter with clean, addictive melodies and heavy drums that allow A-Class to display his rhythmic abilities.


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