Da Flyy Hooligan drops next single "Wu Baby III", featuring Dom Pachino, ahead of studio album 'Ben Kingsley'.
Pace yourself for this piano driven, bass thumping verbal swordplay provided by the Da Flyyest Hooligan of them all.
Hooli kicks off this Hip Hop banger with nothing but the rawest of energy and cadence, reminiscent of his previous work, whilst sitting alongside an evolutionary new style.
In true Hip Hop fashion, the chorus is provided by DJ Evil Ed, with meticulously precise and intricate cuts from renowned Wu Tang excerpts.
In verse two, Hooli applies himself in a candid moment, remixing the monumental Method Man chorus to the timeless classic by Wu Tang Clan titled "C.R.E.A.M".
Coming through for an epic final verse is guest feature Dom Pachino, raising the bar with his impeccable flow and charisma.
Da Flyy Hooligan has a deep passion on paying homage to the people he's learned from throughout the years.
One of his biggest influences and teachers are undoubtedly the Wu Tang Clan.
Hooli began his "Wu Baby" journey in 2016 via the 'Ray Winstone' LP.
A detailed backstory to this release will be available soon in literature form, with the promise to be something fresh, unique, and engaging.
About the 'Ben Kingsley' LP:
Hailing from Harlesden, North West London, Lamarrie Essquire aka Da Flyy Hooligan has proven himself to be a driving force of a new breed of emcees, spawning from what would seem a new and fresh look for London's hip hop scene.
Working with Hip Hop royalty including the late Sean Price, Westside Gunn & Conway, Hus Kingpin, and more recently Planet Asia (Gold Chain Military / Cali Agents), one could say the game is definitely in good hands.
He's back again for 2022, with the announcement of brand new 12 track studio album 'Ben Kingsley'.
As you may have guessed, 'Ben Kingsley' is an ode to the legendary actor himself.
The project is also connected with Hoolis' classic 2016 album 'Ray Winstone', but this time the conceptual art piece is based around Kingsley's character 'Don Logan', a vicious, insecure gangster portrayed by the Academy Award Winning actor in the movie "Sexy Beast" alongside Ray Winstone.
The new LP is full of conceptual stories interlocking unlikely subjects, seeing the protagonist get pulled in and dragged down by the gangster life.
In "Bar Of Soap", DFH combines the workings of popular soap opera "Eastenders", and turns it into a violent descriptive scene relating to classic UK gangster flick "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels".
In "My Cousin's Keeper", Hooli is having a series of phone conversation with emcee Hooliyo Iglacious about a crooked police officer trying to bribe him.
'Ben Kingsley' also features some clear cut bangers including "Wu Baby III" featuring Dom Pachino of Killarmy, and "Pile Driver" featuring D.V. Alias Khryst.
Throughout the album, there are audio excerpts interspersed from "Sexy Beast" with some classic lines from the movie, where Don Logan looses his cool trying to convince Gary 'Gal' Dove to join him for one last bank heist, to which Gal is not interested.
It's a seamless effort from the Flyy Caper himself, thinking outside the box on a large scale setting production challenges for his collaborator and cousin, renowned UK producer Micall Parknsun providing a phenomenal beat selection.
'Ben Kingsley' is out 2.28.2022!!!
Da Flyy Hooligan's "Wu Baby III" track is available now to stream and cop via all major digital service providers