Finally the public can get their hands on Diabolic‘s latest effort Fightin Words. The LP is released through his own imprint, and so he’s able to display his art in full glory with no label restrictions. The 18 track project has collaborations with legends like RA the Ruggedman, Celph Titled, Sean Price, Vinnie Paz amongst others, while on the production side of things we have the likes of DJ Premier, 5th seal, C-Lance and SnowGoons. We can all bear testament to Diabolic’s verbal prowess on the mic but he takes it up a notch with some much needed socio-political commentary and tales of personal struggle to give the listener something to hold on to. This is a powerful project; the beats are banging, the rhymes are on point, and the timing is just right.

If you ain’t got this LP yet… well I have no clue what you’re waiting for.

‘Fightin Words’ Purchase:
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As rap takes new forms with its various players and influencers, it’s important to pay dues to those who’ve paved the way. While some will disregard this rule in favor of ignorant ideals, those who make it aware that they stand on the shoulders of giants will more often than not last longer than the one hit wonders and trend followers. If you rep the East Coast and can relate to the hustle and struggle of cats like Diabolic, then allow Fightin Words to be the soundtrack to get you to where you’re headed. Part razor sharp rhymes and part sinister sounding beats, this album will speak volumes to underground heads both old and new, as Diabolic speaks his story, even if the Long Island emcee has to make some enemies in the process.

Released through his own War Horse Records label, Fightin Words is Diabolic’s attempt to claim the throne. With a history of battle rapping against underground favorites such as Immortal Technique and Rhymefest, Diabolic concocts a lethal dose of Hip-Hop on an LP that finds the LI native joined by Sean Price, R.A. The Rugged Man, Vinnie Paz, Apathy, Celph Titled, Locksmith, Nino Bless, Coast, amongst others, with production credits from the likes of DJ Premier, The Snowgoons, Brooklyn’s 5th Seal, and more. Fans of Wu Tang Clan’s Enter The Wu Tang (36 Chambers) will appreciate the well-placed opening samples which are akin to The RZA’s method of production. Fightin Words is now available through iTunes via digital download, or through Fat Beats, on either CD or 2xLP.




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