Underrated: "I've Always Loved Him, That N*gga Is Nasty To Me..."
Thursday, Aug 4, 2011 12:15AM
My [Underrated] pick? Let me think ...
Rakim and Grand Puba are good. But Sadat X? I've always loved him. That n*gga is nasty to me. It's his delivery. If you were at his concert a couple nights ago my n*gga [you would understand] ... yo that kid right there, the way he sounds live is just like how he sounds on the record, man.
His creativity has always been a factor. It's on a level that can compete with anyone that's out there rapping right now. It's ya man. Just like in my career. It's still shinin' through. [He's] like the [infamous Russian prophet] Rasputin-- the n*gga that gets down and always gets right back up.
There's my pick, my n*gga.
Black Rob is a hip-hop artist from Harlem, New York. His first mainstream appearance was on the 1996 remix "Come See Me" by 112. Rob became a Bad Boy artist and his 2000 debut album, "Life Story" notable for the hit single "Whoa" achieved platinum success and was followed by "The Black Rob Report" in 2005. After serving four years in prison, Rob began a new deal with Duck Down records and his latest album, entitled "Game Tested, Streets Approved" is currently in stores.
Check out Sadat X's music below: