Nugget – Ready To Diet *Buy Now
1. Ready to Diet (Intro) (prod. Noize Thievery)
2. Soundtrack To My Life (prod. Terawrizt)
3. Living Hell (Dark Days are Back) (prod. Monto Da Beatweaver)
4. Brave in the Heart ft. Terawrizt (prod. Wyze Intellect)
5. Doesn’t Really Matter ft. Collie (prod. Sinful Deedz)
6. Loser Part 2 (prod. Tony Mahoney)
7. Feels Good (prod. Jee4ce)
8. Story (prod. Tony Mahoney)
9. Irish Tune ft. Siyo & Class A’z (prod. Tony Mahoney)
10. Path of Life ft. KDeath & Rob Steenson (prod. Tony Mahoney)
11. The Ultimate ft. Redzer & Terawrizt (prod. Danny Diggs)
12. 8 Millions Bars (prod. Pro P)
13 Still a Fat Bastard (Outro) (prod. Base Gamble)
Executive Producer: Terawrizt
SmokeRoom Productions are trailblazing with the second release of 2011 now available to buy @ Terawrizt.com.
‘Ready To Diet‘ is the cleverly titled follow-up to ‘The Nugget Ya To Hate’ LP.
A full course of healthy beats, relatable rhymes and tongue in cheek humour is on offer here. Nugget’s strength lies in the hard-hitting punch lines and the ability to laugh at himself. One glance at the artwork and that should be quite obvious (shouts to Jebus, genius idea).
Generally poor constructed studio tracks plague hardened battle rappers albums but that’s not the case on ‘Ready To Diet‘. The line-up of guest features and production credits make this one of most exciting hip hop releases to come from Ireland in a very long time.
Starting with Nugget’s slick sounding intro over Noize Thievery’s backdrop, followed by a superb flow on ‘Soundtrack Of My Life‘. There is a wonderful feel to the beats whether it’s Tony Mahoney’s dark, movie-like sounds ‘Irish Tune’/’Path Of Life‘ or Sinful Deed’s spacey, laid back riddim ‘Doesn’t Really Matter ft. Collie’. Nugget seems at ease on the productions, his ideas are realistically captured without ever exceeding limits of reality or playing up a fake, glamorous lifestyle. This is a genuine portrayal of the ordinary day-to-day drag.
The self deprecating humour and honest feel on this record, make it special. Nugget doesn’t brag & boast about being number 1, he doesn’t need to. Fans value him as something of an underdog, funny then that his debut was the Nugget we love to hate because the Dublin anti hero may very well just turn out to be the Nugget we love to love.
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