Often more exciting than a fire feature line on track, is a production line that includes The legendary Alchemist. However, it should really come as no surprise since AG Da Coroner began his rise in the world of hip-hop, he’s been riddled with hella dope co-signs. From his J-Love and Action Bronson affiliations and stories of chopping it up with the late great B.I.G., Coroner can easily rest on his connected laurels but refuses to do so—he’s still hungry, still effortlessly sh*ttin on subpar rappers and he makes you well aware by continuously releasing quality music.
By now, you’re probably familiar with the stilo and how he has a pretty evident way of letting listeners know he kills competition. Not to mention the fact that homie really worked in the morgue. This comes across in the almost gloomy, eerily paced cadence in which he delivers the increasingly truculent bars on “The Stick-Up”. The track includes AG’s vocals doubled up over Hendrix Experience-esque guitar riffs and necessary record scratches.
Remember that fire feature mentioned earlier? Well, that brings us to “I95”, produced by one of today’s heavyweights, V Don, where fellow East Harlem emcee, Bodega Bamz meets AG at his shadowy base on the chorus, evocative of that NY 90’s Goodfellas wave (with obligatory nod to John Gotti): “I95 when we traffic,OT/Bricks in that Ralph Lauren duffle bag,low-key/Eating red lights,burning sour out the sunroof/Speeding through the streets thats me,untouchable.” Throughout the banger, both emcees are influenced to beast on their respective verses, to match the heat of the last.
Check out both records below and be sure to be on the look out for Sip The Nectar, A1 quality music is coming to a hood near you.
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