Last year, Joe Young released his 'Invincible Armour' album. On it, the Wu-Tang Clan affiliate brandished his associations, through features from Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, & a posthumous Ol Dirty Bastard verse. Moreover, the emcee–who spent part of his youth in Germany–is extensively produced by Dame Grease, the same New York beatsmith responsible for hits from DMX & Max B.
While Harlem's Biggaveli made "waves", a major vibe in Rap music in the 2000s (especially in the eyes of Wiz Khalifa), his producer stirs new waters for Joe Young. "Watch The Wave" features The LOX's Styles P & Termanology. Fresh off of "I Dream B.I.G." (from Term's own latest '16 More Politics' album), this trio gets in the zone of Dame's jazzy piano vibe. Holiday Styles leads it off with wordplay about his hustle and means of relaxation. Young follows, promising another album as he details a tireless work ethic and hunger for more. 1982's "Term Brady" plays clean-up about how like time, waves never stop, so make the most of your moment. All three of these artists are highly-prolific. They never seem to sit still, just like the waves they rap about.