Copywrite, The Last Supper
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Genre: HIP HOP
Format: 1 LP
Date de parution: 2024


Second Coming (prod. by Mondee cuts by DJ Hoppa)

Bad Motherfucker (prod. by Crazy Loops cuts by Swab)

Vibe Injection (prod. by Crazy Loops cuts by Swab)

Weight 4 It (prod. by DJ Mighty Mi cuts by Swab)

Sinatra feat. Breeze Brewin of Juggaknots (prod. & cuts by Swab)

God Particle (prod. & cuts by Swab)

Diamond Bukowski feat. Ras Kass, Niko Is & Bless Picasso (prod. by Swab)

Mixtapes in My Sleep feat. Mickey Factz (prod. by Swab)

Iris (prod. by Swab)

Turn the Page feat. Slug (prod. by Swab)

The Oath feat. Catalyst & John Street (prod. by Swab)


- Copywrite reunites with DJ Mighty Mi from Eastern Conference Records.

- Features Slug of Atmosphere, Breeze Brewin from Juggaknots, Rass Kass, Niko Is & Bless Picasso.

Underground Hip Hop veteran and esteemed lyricist, Copywrite enlists indie golden age emcees & producers from his early Rawkus, Eastern Conference & Fondle 'Em Records days with his seventh studio album, "The Last Supper". The album boasts thirteen tracks bringing back that early 2000's Weathermen feel. DJ Mighty Mi & Cop link back up for a few songs that are guaranteed to tide heads over until their joint EP drops later this year. The Juggaknot's resident monster, Breeze Brewin also shows up alongside underground champion Bobbito Garcia over a banger by Swab who handles a good portion of the album's tracks and the outcome is pure 89-tek-9 nostalgia reminiscent of the WKCR hey days. The always honest and lyrical depth of Atmosphere's Slug compliments Copy's tales of lost ones & pain over the acculative years on "Turn the Page". The waterproof emcee shows up alongside Niko Is and Bless Picasso for "Diamond Bukowski" and the outcome is nothing short of spectacular. This is Copy's best work if you ask me. The songs are all super dense and packed with effortless detail that all require several listens to fully digest. Twenty years of being one of independent rap's elite shines on Pete Nelson's magnum opus, "T.H.E. Last Supper".