Chattanooga MC Eazy Steve has blessed us here at NHWWW with the first official look at his brand new album Simply Steve. From the very beginning, Eazy Steve chooses to capture listeners with an intro that features an acapella rhyme that forces you to listen to the lyrics instead of focusing on a beat to showcase Eazy Steve’s talents. Stand out tracks such as “Tres Dope” and “1993” are fun to listen to and at the same time used to express exactly where Steve is coming from. “Thanks B.I.G.” is used to properly pay homage to the great Mr. Wallace, who has been an inspiration to countless artists. The track entitled “Robots” that features Steve rapping over an acoustic guitar is very much something to behold as the incredible concept is somewhat reminiscent of a country type of song further displaying Steve’s versatility. Simply Steve features production from Jae Monee, LogiC, Zan Dretti, Taylor Smith as well as many other talented individuals. Steve does not leave out his crew from The Neighburrrhood as B Brooks, J.O. and X7Mill all make eye opening appearances of their own. Simply said, Simply Steve has turned out to be a superb release for some kid from Tennessee with his first studio album.
The Neighburrrhood officially has released their first collaborative track “Power Pentagon”, or “423”. The track celebrates the group’s city of Chattanooga and embodies dope rhymes over a smooth beat. X7Mill opens with an introduction to the track and is followed by Eazy Steve, Marlo Kane, J.O. and B Brooks.
The Neighburrrhood representers Eazy Steve and B Brooks teamed up for a joint project entitled Black & White. The Chattanooga spitters show their skills over a variety of beats showing their versatility. Check the dynamic tandem out while they spit real lyrics and show their growth. Includes the track “Me” which was also featured on NHWWW.
Eazy Steve and B Brooks are both artists hailing from the Scenic City of Chattanooga, Tennessee, and have partnered up to do a joint project entitled Black & White. The Neighburrrhood representers have linked up to create 5 songs of art. The two show their versatility with their lyrics and styles by hopping on different beats ranging from Jay-Z’s Dead Presidents to the Beastie Boy’s Paul Revere. “Me” is the first joint B Brooks and Eazy Steve created on the project. So sit back and listen as Eazy Steve kicks it off with smooth rhymes and B Brooks follows up with hard hitting lyrics. Black & White drops January 1st on Datpiff.com. For updates follow @justeazysteve and @Biggbrandon