G.T.I.M. and MOECYRUS Take the Boom Bap Throne with TOMA

First discovered G.T.I.M. with his fast flowing, Midwest chopping skills on FIYAH produced by Cuzzin Vinny. Now he is back with a collaborative EP with MOECYRUS on TOMA. A back and forth boom bap sparring record, where both emcees lay their skills down and leave everything they can on the track. A truly impressive record reminiscent of solo Wu Tang cuts. 

G.T.I.M. is an acronym for GTEK THE ILL META4, and he absolutely brings meta bars throughout all 5 tracks with heavyweight emcee MOECYRUS right alongside in their boom bap duo. G.T.I.M. raps the first verse of TOMA, produced once again by Cuzzin Vinny, in Spanish, before switching into English, “Let me switch the language I’m the number 1 contender, one that’s for sure is that Wu Tang is forever!…” MOECYRUS and G.T.I.M. share the hook chanting TOMA back n forth. 

The second record on TOMA is actually produced by G.T.I.M. himself; hearing rappers rap over their own beats is always inspiring. “I swear that I’m not a villain, living for lords bidding, something like heavens hitman, killing like hells janitor,” this dope line of metaphors stands out in track 2, MACHETE. “Fuck you need me for? I don’t ask for nothing, all you really want is to get your sound bussin,” MOECYRUS raps, inferring scene artists trying to waste his time or only use him for clout. 

Track 3 SPECTRUM, is actually produced by MOEYCRUS! Highly recommend this song for its piercing lyricism from both of the Chicago emcees. “I said I never folded unless I am aluminum…!” raps MOECYRUS. G.T.I.M. hits a nice string of lines with “Like when you’re making them nervous because you’re a genuine person, and I’ve been putting that work in, and becoming the version I’ve been dreaming and merging” 

MILITIA is another Cuzzin Vinny production evoking two solid verses from the fencing emcees on TOMA! The hook is a series of samples referencing militant raps of times past. MOECYRUS starts the record before passing it off to G.T.I.M. “I’m putting in my time like military service,” that line can sum up the skill needed to pull off a track like this. 

The final record begins with a sound bite mentioning martial law. G.T.I.M. comes in with highly charged anti-political bars. “Most the medias a lie, now they call it fake news, but it’s been that way. Let me tell you it ain’t new, always been propaganda, omitting out any truth. Then they hijacked rap, spitting bullshit in the booth.FML the acronym for “fuck martial law” the hook comes in tight and clean by MOECYRUS.This record is a must save and listen for any hip hop head of the Midwest and beyond. Any fan of music, boom bap, poetry, lyricism, political references, Latin music, should find something lovely, familiar, unique, and charged with the passion of true hip hop in TOMA

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G.T.I.M. Drops FiYaH, A True Midwest Chopping Anthem.

G.T.I.M. has incredible skill and dexterity as an emcee and lyricist. His single and music video to FIYAH, exemplify this well! The song was produced by CuzzinVinny90, and the video was produced by Harry L.A.W. Johnson of G1NE Media. “Ask the homies, I be only writing FiYaH,” repeated over for the hook, before an uptempo verse where G.T.I.M. raps. “I’m a killa spitta from the Chi, Ain’t talking bullets when I make a rapper die. Merk with the words and the verbs thats why, everybody rally when I pull up to the spot!” G.T.I.M. explains here that his talent with rapping is lethal, he kills it every time, and he has his community’s support!

The visual is a dope horror-core piece, where G.T.I.M. is dressed up a cleric or priest who is performing an exorcism on a woman who is seemingly possessed. The set is super dope and scary; lots of dark colors, reds, pentagrams, fire, candles, chains and edits bring this music video together, hitting the mark with the theme of spitting FIYAH. Later in the second verse G.T.I.M. chops, “When I pull up to the party they think I’m illuminati, chopping up on a rapper, I slap em with the karate!” This line flowed well and makes one laugh in regards to the Illuminati line, it is a running joke that famous rappers always have to sell their souls to become successful. G.T.I.M. plays off this idea more in the second verse, while maintaining how effortless it is for him to write and flow.

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