01.Trapp*Assassin (ft. Freddie Gibbs)
04.Shotta (ft. Rahzel) [Itchy Robot Remix]
05.Come On London (ft. Killa P)
06.Safe (ft. Belle Humble)
07.Absolem (ft. Roc Marciano)
08.Headfirst (ft. Danny Brown)
09.Snap Ya Neck Back (ft. Dizzee Rascal and BAMBU)
10.Unknown (ft. Romy Harmony)
11.Wikid (ft. Chuck D and Jared from HED PE) [Bonus]
12.Safe (ft. Belle Humble) (Original Version) [Bonus]
Industry veteran DJ Muggs is readying the release of his Dupstep-influenced new solo project, Bass For Your Face. The 10 song project (which will include two bonus tracks) features previously-released cuts “Snap Your Neck Back,” “Wikid” and “Headfirst.” Joining the Cypress Hill member on Bass For Your Face are Bambu, Chuck D, Danny Brown, Dizzee Rascal,Freddie Gibbs, Killah Priest, Rahzel, Roc Marciano and more. All production comes courtesy of Muggs.
In the title line of my favorite track off Public Enemy’s It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, Chuck D boasts, “I’m even lethal when I’m unarmed / ‘Cause I’m louder than a bomb.” More of a traditionalist, Bambu acknowledges that the sword (or the AK) can be an effective attention-getter when the pen (or mic) alone doesn’t work. On new single Boom, the Los Angeles emcee reminds us that revolutionary rhetoric must be paired with the readiness to act, spitting, “When you say it in a song, it ain’t nearly quite as strong / As when you say the same thing with a rifle in your arm.” Joining the headliner over Jake One‘s head-noddable production (featuring a sample from Da Lench Mob’s Guerillas in the Mist on the back), Booth fave Thurz lends his vocals to the record’s hook. Featuring this cut, past singles Rent Money and Sermon, and more, …One Rifle Per Family is available now on iTunes. Additionally, fans in New York, Philly, San Diego and L.A. can catch Bambu performing live on the last four stops in his Rent Money Tour, going down November 15 – 18.