A film about Northwest hip-hop from 2000
This is the high-energy sophomore single from Seattle class act Bedroom Produksionz. BP is one of those great acts that could move the crowd as well as move minds in equal measure. MC Kendo comes like the man on a mission that he is, loud and demanding your attention; while Sayid’s cleanly-sliced, sample-heavy production could leave Babu in the dust on his best day. His beats just make you want to move, to jump. Simultaneously the lyrics are a dense, impassioned social commentary where no word is wasted – definitely coming from a cerebral angle. It’s a winning combination.
This is the last single they put out collectively, which is a shame, to say the least. With such a strong output (no matter how slim) it makes me wish there was an album or two to cop out there for sure. Get your head nod on and your fist pump warmed up for “Non-Fiction” b/w “Temple N0.8”. (This review originally appeared on the Bring That Beat Back blog and was written by Jack Devo.)
Non-Fiction was created in 2000 and features appearances from: