NECRO – “TAKE HIPHOP BACK” ft. VINNIE PAZ & IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE (OFFICIAL VIDEO) Underground Hip Hop
Three hardcore east coast underground hip hop indie independent rap god legends on the same track, Necro (Brooklyn, New York), Vinnie Paz (Philly, Philadelphia), Immortal Technique (Harlem, New York) rapping/rhyming violent/political/conscious lyrics over Necro’s beat (hip hop instrumental), a dark evil production jazz boom bap piano style track. Add this song to your playlist please!
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This track features scratching DJ cuts by DJ Kwestion, with samples/scratches of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, Hit Squad’s Das EFX, Big Daddy Kane, Rhyme Syndicate/$yndicate’s Ice-T from his song Colors about LA/Los Angeles street gang culture, Queenbridge Nas’s song Represent from Illmatic, Rakim of Eric B. & Rakim, Flipmode Squad/The Conglomerate’s Busta Rhymes on the hook/chorus.
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Necro’s verse references The Hyphy Movement, disses Soulja Boy while paying homage to Ice-T, talks about shooting up Commercial Rap/Hip hop for disrespecting DJ Kool Herc (The originator of Hip Hop Music) & selling out the culture. He then says that he has no problem battling Jay Z, suburban children should study the history of Hip Hop before claiming it, and compares his hustle/grind to that of Def Jam’s Russell Simmons & No Limit’s Master P.
Vinnie Paz’s verse references the extreme Death metal band Carcass while explaining how he is an old school head. He then tells the listener how Necro, himself & Immortal Technique are the hardest rappers alive, and everyone else is biters. Vinnie then ends his verse off referencing the Amadou Diallo shooting where four New York City Police officers/cops shot 19 bullets into him in the Soundview section of The Bronx in 1999.
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Immortal Technique’s verse drops a whole spectrum of knowledge, with him explaining he is immune to the Ebola virus at the start of his verse. Alot of his verse can be open to interpretation with lines about science, politics & America rubbing it’s pussy to dead children. He says that you are brainwashed by cable TV, not smart enough to solve your own problems because you lack the knowledge, while the government officials are not even humans. He speaks on the government & media’s views of Hip Hop culture with disdain ending the verse off with a threat to crack you with a Blackjack weapon.
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The video was directed by Tom Vujcic of Reel Wolf Productions shot in Times Square, NYC/New York City & Toronto, Canada. It features images of Graffiti pieces, burners, spray cans, Breakdancing/B-boying/Breaking/Headspins & a DJ with two turntables Technics 1200’s cutting/scratching wax. The single cover artwork is influenced by old Blaxploitation movie artwork from the 1970’s.
The first single off Necro’s upcoming studio album titled, “KILLaborations”, an entire album of collaborations all requested by Necromaniacs, set to drop soon
Produced by Necro
Cuts by DJ Kwestion
Mixed by Elliott Thomas for Pubic Hairs Everywhere Productions
Directed/Edited by: Tom Vujcic
Executive Producer: Necro
Production Manager: Lukasz Furczon
Cinematography: Delaney Siren
Key Grip: Amir Radi
Production Assistants: Kevan Browne, Julien Dos Santos & Ryan
VFX Artist: Dave Cadiz
Graffiti Artist: Kismet32
Video DJ: DJ Chino
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