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Steg G And The Freestyle Master - Cool / Big Bad City 12" [Powercut]
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Written by Certified Banger   
Saturday, 13 June 2009
Steg G And The Freestyle Master - Cool / Big Bad City 12" [Powercut]Steg G and The Freestyle Master are Scottish. Steg G produces and The Freestyle Master does Scottish rapping. Their latest single Cool / Big Bad City is a sample-free affair, well, apart from the Family Guy sample that heads up 'Cool'.

The electronic and computery production backs up the what-is-and-what's-not-cool theme - "ipod don't make you cool".

Oh yeah, there's another sample too - Beats International's 'Dub Be Good To Me' - y'know the "Tank fly boss walk jam nitty-gritty, you're listening to the boy from the big bad city" bit. The Freestyle Master raps comprehensibly about all walks of city life.

This isn't a bad little single although it's not overwhelming. The pair definitely have skills although the subject matter is a bit, um, cheesy! Cool / Big Bad City will be released on Powercut Productions on 6th July.

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Steg G And The Freestyle Master - Cool / Big Bad City 12" [Powercut]

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