Without a doubt, Griselda is one of the most respected rap collectives in the rap game today. Some could even argue they are The Avengers of rap and rightfully so. The undeniable force that Benny The Butcher, Westside Gunn, and Conway The Machine hold alone is enough to wipe out just about any group today. Over recent times, the collective has signed a number of acts to make the conglomerate even stronger. One of those individuals goes by the name of Boldy James and he’s been applying some heavy pressure.
As hip hop enthusiasts should know, Alchemist is a living legend in the game as a producer and he certainly has the catalog to back it up. Working with some of the most potent artists in the game, Alchemist had been responsible for MANY classic records and projects. Today (Dec 17), the duo joins forces again for their new Super Tecmo Bo album.
— Soop 🏁 (@s0op__) December 14, 2021
From 2013 until now, the progression between Boldy James and Alchemist has been nothing of epic. Their Super Tecmo Bo album shows how the chemistry between rappers and producers can be very vital for all of the right reasons. Following The Price of Tea in China and Bo Jackson, this is the type of project that will age like fine wine — much like all of their past collaborations. Boldy and Alc have just set a new bar for rapper-producer joint projects and it is a beautiful thing to see from the underdog.
At this point, if you are still sleeping on Boldy James, you are doing yourself a great disservice. It’s never too late to join the party though. Tap in to Super Tecmo Bo now!
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