I don’t hear about projects like these anymore but imagine this: two emcees head on tour and find themselves free for a couple of days in Illinois. Two other emcees from Illinois also have these days free, the four artists come together and decide to knock out a project in a couple days and release it to the world. That’s what happened with Scribbling Idiot emcees Cas Metah and Mouf Warren and KMF artists Lyriz & R.U.S.H. The four artists have known each other for years, collaborated on each others projects, however this is the first time the four artists have come together on a project.
“The #DailyDelivery” EP eight tracks of just straight dope, diverse hip-hop, no gimmicks just good art. Lyrically I’ve been kind of waiting for Cas Metah and Mouf to snap and they’ve done it on it this joint. As a group the four of them fit like a glove, it’s the result of years of working separately and together over the years. The production is ok, but isn’t meant to be the main focus on this project and honestly given the time constraints makes sense.
We get a mix of topics on this album and everyone gets their time to shine. While I respect all four of the artists on this project, R.U.S.H’s hooks really brought the songs together. Tracks like “Bars” has the group coming in with their best lines on an !llmind beat. “Cruel to Me” hit me right in the feels, with lyrics on broken relationships and the pain associated with them. The only track I didn’t really mess with was “National Defecate” but in the right space it’s a pretty funny track.
“The #DailyDelivery” EP is flying under your radar and it shouldn’t be. Every artist brings something different to the table and the chemistry between them shows despite this being their first project. Cas Metah’s gritty bars, Mouf Warren’s rapid fire flow, Lyriz’ always personal lyrics and R.U.S.H bringing his unique flow and singing, makes for a great project. You can stream “The #DailyDelivery” EP below and if you like what you hear you can actually download it for free.