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G-Side – D.Wade (ft. Kristmas, Bentley).

On “D.Wade,” the Slow Motion Soundz camp dispels the notion that they’re average rappers with superb production so much so that ST complains about having to come after Kristmas and Bentley’s “Siamese-twin-ass dope-ass verse” on the outro. Download: G-Side – D.Wade (ft. Kristmas, Bentley) (produced by Hit Coalition) via Dirty..

G-Side – Trip.

Psychedelic ‘tryna make it’ rap from G-Side. “Trip” appears on the Japanese retail version of iSLAND. Sphere: Related Content

G-Side – iSLAND.

iSLAND is the second release from G-Side this year, the first being The ONE…COHESIVE. The group took yet another left turn and went less bombastic with iSLAND. It’s still dramatic and spacey, just more focused. I daresay… more cohesive? Check out an exhaustive feature on G-Side and Huntsville rap in..

G-Side – Did You Miss Me.

“Did You Miss Me” is a natural follow up to “Hot Sex and Cold Wine” and boasts one of Yung Clova’s strongest appearances. The contrast of delicate piano and booming 808s just agrees with his whispered cadence. G-Side don’t need to venture too far left to make great music. Sphere:..

Metallungies Hollers @ G-Side, Interview.

Photos by Helen Pearson. The crowd at the G-Side show on March 27, 2011 in New York City looked like an NYU creative writing class. Pasty white hipsters and tiny Asian girls packed into a basement in the East Village to watch ST 2 Lettaz and Yung Clova perform country..

G-Side – The ONE…COHESIVE, Review.

Hip-hop artists have a knack for creating brands around groups and labels. Examples include Wu-Tang, Bad Boy, Roc-A-Fella, G-Unit, and Young Money. These brands are usually built around a philosophy or lifestyle and its accompanying visual style and slang lexicon. On their new album The ONE…COHESIVE, Alabama duo G-Side illuminate..