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Prolific producer Stu Bangas is back with a new collection of hard-hitting collaborations on Death Wish (Part II), the much anticipated sequel to the 2021 original. The project finds the Boston beatsmith rocking with some of his favorite emcees of all time as well as familiar names who always seem to bring their best work to his instrumentals. For Stu, it's an honor to work with the likes of Ras Kass and Psycho Les (of the Beatnuts). He made the connections while creating the phenomenal Empires LP with Eric Bobo (of Cypress Hill), and it led to the bangers you hear on Death Wish (Part II). The track with Ras, "Sus," is an equally hilarious and hardcore takedown of weak-willed phonies, while Psycho Les teams with Celph Titled for the gangster-but-lighthearted "Y'all Clowns." "I grew up on all the Beatnuts albums, my whole group of friends loved them," Stu says. "And Soul on Ice by Ras Kass? That's a certified classic for any hip-hop head." The other tracks on Death Wish (Part II) include more standout features, from the shoulder-brushing raps of Ty Farris on "Of Course It's Me," to the appropriately titled "Feeling Brolic" with Recognize Ali & Mr. Lif. And if you're left wanting more from Stu and his stable of raw collaborators, keep an eye out for what's next from the producer. In addition to plans for more joint projects and instrumental releases, he is already starting to stash songs for a Part III.
Prolific producer Stu Bangas is back with a new collection of hard-hitting collaborations on Death Wish (Part II), the much anticipated sequel to the 2021 original. The project finds the Boston beatsmith rocking with some of his favorite emcees of all time as well as familiar names who always seem to bring their best work to his instrumentals. For Stu, it's an honor to work with the likes of Ras Kass and Psycho Les (of the Beatnuts). He made the connections while creating the phenomenal Empires LP with Eric Bobo (of Cypress Hill), and it led to the bangers you hear on Death Wish (Part II). The track with Ras, "Sus," is an equally hilarious and hardcore takedown of weak-willed phonies, while Psycho Les teams with Celph Titled for the gangster-but-lighthearted "Y'all Clowns." "I grew up on all the Beatnuts albums, my whole group of friends loved them," Stu says. "And Soul on Ice by Ras Kass? That's a certified classic for any hip-hop head." The other tracks on Death Wish (Part II) include more standout features, from the shoulder-brushing raps of Ty Farris on "Of Course It's Me," to the appropriately titled "Feeling Brolic" with Recognize Ali & Mr. Lif. And if you're left wanting more from Stu and his stable of raw collaborators, keep an eye out for what's next from the producer. In addition to plans for more joint projects and instrumental releases, he is already starting to stash songs for a Part III.
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Death Wish Part Ii
Artist: Stu Bangas
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $28.98
Wish

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DISC: 1

1. Death Wish Intro
2. Apathy - Inhumanz
3. Ras Kass - Sus
4. Ty Farris - of Course It's Me
5. Daa Fly Hooligan - Hooligan Music
6. Interlude
7. Psycho Les and Celph Titled - Y'all Clowns
8. Smoovth - Gracious
9. Timbo King - the Garden
10. Interlude 2
11. Recognize Ali and Mr. Lif - Feeling Brolic
12. Raze the Ratchet - Deity
13. Outro

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Prolific producer Stu Bangas is back with a new collection of hard-hitting collaborations on Death Wish (Part II), the much anticipated sequel to the 2021 original. The project finds the Boston beatsmith rocking with some of his favorite emcees of all time as well as familiar names who always seem to bring their best work to his instrumentals. For Stu, it's an honor to work with the likes of Ras Kass and Psycho Les (of the Beatnuts). He made the connections while creating the phenomenal Empires LP with Eric Bobo (of Cypress Hill), and it led to the bangers you hear on Death Wish (Part II). The track with Ras, "Sus," is an equally hilarious and hardcore takedown of weak-willed phonies, while Psycho Les teams with Celph Titled for the gangster-but-lighthearted "Y'all Clowns." "I grew up on all the Beatnuts albums, my whole group of friends loved them," Stu says. "And Soul on Ice by Ras Kass? That's a certified classic for any hip-hop head." The other tracks on Death Wish (Part II) include more standout features, from the shoulder-brushing raps of Ty Farris on "Of Course It's Me," to the appropriately titled "Feeling Brolic" with Recognize Ali & Mr. Lif. And if you're left wanting more from Stu and his stable of raw collaborators, keep an eye out for what's next from the producer. In addition to plans for more joint projects and instrumental releases, he is already starting to stash songs for a Part III.
        
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