The Miami Vice Sound Crack "Red Cup" Song Review — 4.5 out of 5 stars
Mon, 11 Mar 2013 10:14:05
Slipknot DJ Sid Wilson packs some raw hip-hop fury on The Miami Vice Sound Crack's new single "Red Cup". Over woozy, wild gutter rap production, Wilson and cohorts Keen and Jamazz trade infectious, intoxicating, and incomparable verses. Their respective flows entwine over a driving beat that's instantly hypnotic and deliciously dirty.
The Miami Vice Sound Crack pulls listeners back into real gritty rawness of otherworldly rap. Of course, there are some nods to New York heyday, but "Red Cup" is distinctly its own beast, shooting off into outer space—just like everything Wilson does. After one sip, you'll be hooked.
In the music video directed by Slipknot percussionist and visionary M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan, viewers get dragged deep into the heart of the group's Los Angeles studio and all kinds of debauchery ensues. "Clown" expertly captures the darkness, while finding a seductive edge—once again showing another side of his directorial skills.
This "Red Cup" will leave you wasted and wanting more in the best way possible.
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