Published on May 29th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
Taiyamo Denku – “Belushi” feat rec riddles prod by dcypha
Taiyamo Denku has been busy during the first quarter of 2019, he certainly has kept the 2018 momentum he built. Touring nationally twice this year already, and dropping a maxi single “Riot Control”. He has now moved to the preparation of pushing his new album “The Book Of CyphaDen” which is entirely produced by Dcypha, the Australian producer and co founder of the brand “CyphaDen Music” . Denku has chosen to give you a loose single beforehand which is entitled “Belushi”. This single as far as the eye can see is not on a project but just a single Denku & Dcypha wanted to share with their fans. Belushi features New Jersey/St Louis native emcee Rec Riddles. If you are familiar of the hard emcee’s Jersey has given hip hop over the years, Rec Riddles would be thrown into that category. Denku the Milwaukee emcee starts the track out with his rugged hard style that includes some strong punchlines. Then Denku choppers the hook with a faster flow and scheme that leads into Rec just telling you how things are on his side of the tracks. The two emcees combine forces to finish the track off in a split verse which seems to be less common in this day and age of collaborations.
You hear a lot of emcees say things like “hip hop wouldn’t be anything without the DJ” That is a very true statement, and Dcypha is not only a beat smith but a dj as well, and he even creates some of his samples and melodies by using his turntables to make his production very unique compared to others. The organs used on this beat play well with the hard bass and drums Dcypha decides to use to formulate the foundation of the “Belushi track. The Australian producer never ceases to amaze with his production.
“Belushi” the title and concept thrives from the age when John Belushi basically ran shit in hollywood, with his Blue Brothers persona and raunchy comedy in films such as Animal House. Denku and Rec decided to metaphorically compare how they run the hip hop game like Belushi ran hollywood back in the day. The “Back in the Day” reference displays that both of these emcees are veterans to this and have been doing this a long time and their skills on the mic and on this track show us just that.
Give Belushi a listen and look out for Denku and Dcypha’s new album due out later this summer entitled “The Book of CyphaDen”Tweet