She’s a rapper from Nigeria who feels that her flow is so undeniable, she decided to make it her moniker. Welcome Phlow. Producer Teck-Zilla obtained a copy of the record for Yvonne Fair’s “Let Your Hair Down” and said “this is how I am going to recreate it. Welcome “Reputation”.
KingZilla sounds massive but in this case it’s the title of an EP by King K.O.N.G. and Teck-Zilla, and you’re able to download it in full for free from Audiomack. Musically, it is massive so don’t let the nine songs hold you back. Then again, an EP is usually five songs so nine songs is just the right size to be an album, which it is. The EP also features contributions from AVN and Sonyae.
KongZilla is the forthcoming EP from King K.O.N.G. and Teck-Zilla and from it they do a song called “All Kosher”, which tells listeners why things have to be clean for a reason, with help from AVN. Get ready for the ‘Zilla.
Sade’s music continues to move people thirty years after some of its origins, and now producer Teck-Zilla is showing the love back with a new album utilizing Sade samples throughout his work called Son Of Sade: An Ode. What an ode it is: eight instrumental songs that show the power of the music of Miss Adu and how she represents herself through the reworks of Teck-Zilla. It’s quite nice, both as an instrumentla album and as something to hear what Teck-Zilla has to offer. Resume tape, indeed.
Producer Teck-zilla wants to tell everyone what he’s about and that he’s not here to play any games. He does it by bringing together some rap talents that are hard to beat: Mark Deez, Modenine, and Canibus. The four organize and come out strong with a beast they’re calling “Super Human”. More human than human? Even better. The song will appear on a forthcoming Tech-Zilla comp on Str8Buttah/Red Eye Muzik, along with Modenine’s Above Ground Level.