1. Hus Kingpin – Richard Dumas: The Mixtape (2013) (AUDIO).

    Now we shift our focus to a project that’s been floating out there for a minute, but rightfully deserves more attention. Richard Dumas: The Mixtape from Brooklyn-born, Hempstead-raised Hus Kingpin is in the same vein of that brutally cold, emotion-filled street music of the Mobb Deep , C-N-N , Cormega , Screwball era. In fact, lethal cuts like “Burial God” and “Gods Grain” invoke The Infamous both literally and in spirit (with some classic Tribe thrown in). Hus and his peoples serve up more heat throughout the tape, one that more people should be up on. Ignoring it would be a crime.

    (Buy digital version here . Cop the CD Version here )

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