Released January 21, 2014. Lord Steppington Tracklist. 1. More Wins (Ft. The Alchemist & Evidence) Lyrics. 2. Dr. Kimble (Ft.
Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Lord Steppington boasts the best of the duo peppered with frequent collaborators and friends, including Action Bronson, Roc Marciano, Domo Genesis,The Whooliganz, Styles P, Fashawn, Rakaa, Blu and Oh No. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
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But the duration of Lord Steppington finds both Alchemist and Evidence spitting non-sequiturs such as, Human bones from a bum hold up the table, Money talks like spaghetti sauce with the basil ( Legendary Mesh ). It all makes about as much sense as Guru referencing Bruce Willis and the popularity of lemonade in the same verse on Gang Starr’s DWYCK, but it works incredibly well.
The Step Brothers in question are Alchemist and Evidence, two of hip-hop's most well-respected producer/rappers. They go all the way back to when the former produced the latter's act, Dilated Peoples, in the late '90s. Having run in the same circles for a decade, Lord Steppington was inevitable, and its loose, casual feel is a testament to the two artists' familiarity with one another. Byron G" wobbles like it's drunk, with Odd Future's Domo Genesis "rooting for the derelicts" with his guest verse. The track is as ominous as "Buzzing Away" is whimsical, and much of the album splits the difference between the two. "See the Rich Man Play" is a highlight, featuring a heady soul sample and some of Evidence's best verses, as is "Mums in the Garage," a getaway song that finds the inimitable Action Bronson mimicking the song's air of paranoia with his half-yelled flow. Lord Steppington Step Brothers.
Lord Steppington is the debut studio album by California-based hip hop duo Step Brothers (rapper/producers The Alchemist and Evidence). The album was released on January 21, 2014 by Rhymesayers Entertainment. The record was produced entirely by Alchemist with one track produced by Evidence, and includes guest appearances from Action Bronson, Roc Marciano, Blu, Fashawn, Rakaa, Oh No, Styles P, Domo Genesis and The Whooliganz – Alchemist's old group which included actor Scott Caan.