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    Release Date: Dec. 12, 2016





    Feeling this first single. Dig Reef's verse.

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    i'm not that big a fan of Snowgoons... they make bangers, but from the shit i've heard they are way to one sided and sitting through an entire album from them is a chore in my experience... they are in desperate need of someone with good DJ/scratch skills too as i said before. the type of music they make really needs to have turntable work, otherwise it just feels incomplete



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    ^^I kind of agree with your opinion. On the surface they tick all the right boxes but when you dig deep into their music a lot of it is pretty monotonous and samey. And you're right a lot of their production aches for some decent cutting and scratching. I did like that Goon Bap joint.



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    Snowgoons can make great beats, no doubt. They can be to repetitive though, and at times their beats sound meh as well. Their albums are alright, I like listening to them, but something is just missing...

    I guess Viro is a good example




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    Not bad. Just alright beats though, not much else. Do dreams really come through? Drums are banging, but the song just doesn't hit your ears.

    Then again you could listen to the originals.

    https://open.spotify.com/track/2lNponwvpYdu93yiVHNiK8
    https://open.spotify.com/track/76BibxvQunjJBhoOefBpVk

    They just give you different vibe. Snowgoons just give the bap. Originals give you a great feeling, Dance of the Damned isn't a happy song and the beat should suit it. It should give you the feeling you are dancing with the damned. Obviously not the best example as those are posthumous beats over original raps, but still.

    Like I said, I like listening to Snowgoons. Black Snow II was enjoyable, I've listened to it quite a lot. Not coherant all the way though.

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    Anyway. Viro had a power of giving great feelings through his raps. R.I.P.

    Last beat doesn't suit the song there either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claaa7 View Post
    i'm not that big a fan of Snowgoons... they make bangers, but from the shit i've heard they are way to one sided and sitting through an entire album from them is a chore in my experience... they are in desperate need of someone with good DJ/scratch skills too as i said before. the type of music they make really needs to have turntable work, otherwise it just feels incomplete
    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO View Post
    ^^I kind of agree with your opinion. On the surface they tick all the right boxes but when you dig deep into their music a lot of it is pretty monotonous and samey. And you're right a lot of their production aches for some decent cutting and scratching. I did like that Goon Bap joint.
    I AGREE!!! I've been bumping snowgoons since I was running the "urban music" dept when i was at college and loved there work since but its is repetitive the joint album with reef the lost cauze was there dopest effort

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    Track listing looks good. Meth, Ghost and KP. Sign me up. Peace

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    Track Listing

    1. Kick, Snare & Hi-Hats Intro (featuring: DJ Premier, Royce Da 5'9" & DJ Sixkay)

    2. Goon Bap (featuring: Reef The Lost Cauze (of Army Of The Pharaohs), Sicknature & DJ Illegal)

    3. All City Kingz (featuring: Artifacts & DJ XRated)

    4. Team Death Match (featuring: Diabolic, Chino XL, Lil Fame (of M.O.P.), Fredro Starr (of Onyx), Justin Tyme & DJ Crypt)

    5. Keep Runnin (featuring: Chris Rivers)

    6. Problems (featuring: Locksmith, Skrewtape & Rite Hook)

    7. Way Ahead (featuring: Dilated Peoples)

    8. I Reminisce (featuring: Intell, Sean Strange & Method Man (of Wu-Tang Clan)

    9. Steady Cloakin (featuring: The Doppelgangaz)

    10. We Won't Die (featuring: Sicknature & Sean Strange)

    11. It's A Queens Thing (featuring: Infamous Mobb & DJ Danetic)

    12. Cypher God (featuring: Passionate MC)

    13. Solid Gold Guns (featuring: Conway, Banish, Supreme Cerebral & Recognize Ali)

    14. Know What You're Facing (featuring: Killah Priest (of Sunz Of Man), Slaine (of La Coka Nostra), Aspects & DJ Sixkay)

    15. Give Me Room (featuring: Flatlinerz)

    16. Tight Team (featuring: Epidemic & DJ Danetic)

    17. New Kidz On The Blok (featuring: Token, TJ Brown, Big Kurt, Intell & Merkules)

    18. Freedom (featuring: Sicknature, Snak The Ripper & Block McCloud)

    19. Killaz Supreme (featuring: Ghostface Killah (of Wu-Tang Clan), ILL Bill (of La Coka Nostra + Non Phixion), Aspects, Sick Jacken (of Psycho Realm) & DJ Crypt)

    20. My Advice (featuring: Pumpkinhead (aka PH)

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    I agree, the beats due tend to blend together after while. But they are a nice vacation for me. They have new bangers with some OG artists, which is always enjoyable.

    They killed it though with the Onyx WAKEDAFUCUP. shit still is enjoyable.

    looking forward to this.


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    Priest & Slaine on a track...nice

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    Snowgoons did a good job making great beats for Onyx that fit their style on the #wakedafucup album

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    2nd Single



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    Lol y'all just ruined Snowgoons for me.

    Their beats are kinda dope but boring af.

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