Slyck, is the member of 2Shadez. He has been in the game from a very long time now and the amount of knowledge he holds is simply remarkable. As a result, he knows a lot of people from the hip-hop fraternity. Slyck recently opened the set for Crunk king and hip-hop legend, Lil’ Jon at Kitty Su, Delhi. A guy who is also a pharmaceutical genius can flow as good as your favorite rapper and I know he loves the fact that he is under-rated.
TUNEY KYUN – PARDHAAN
‘Tuney Kyun’ came out in 2013. It’s a love-based track which was featured on ‘Dispensing a Sound’. The track was produced by DJ Jas who also produced Pardhaan’s ‘Deewana Mujhsa Nahi’. Slyck went on to spit almost towards the end of the track. ‘Tuney Kyun’ features a sample of famous 3 Doors Down track, Landing In London. This is one of the best tracks by Slyck.
Watch the video of ‘Tuney Kyun’ by Pardhaan and Slyck here:
THE DIRT CYPHER – 2 SHADEZ, MOJO AND SIR-D
‘The Dirt Cypher’ came out in 2014 and instantly got the attention. Dirt Records gave the awaited cypher. 2ShadeZ, MoJo and Sir-D spat flames and choked the instrumental to its ultimate death. This cypher was filmed by Nineteen47 and Techno-lo-ji (Vir Singh Brar). ‘The Dirt Cypher’ was brilliantly produced by Kaytranada (Regrets). Additional drums and editing was handled by Vir Singh Brar. This track features Slyck’s most famous bars: “Honey Singh ke kachrey ko hum kehte nahi hain hip-hop, If you think he is a rapper he belongs in a f*cking gift shop”.
Watch the music video of ‘The Dirt Cypher’ here:
THE CITY – SHAHRULE, MUMBAI’S FINEST, CASH KARDZ AND SLYCK
Shah Rule opens ‘The City’ with a hook that’s definitely going to hook your ears to this track. Trust me it’s mad catchy and dulcet enough for a hip-hop track. Then comes Diefferent to spit the first verse on the track. He teaches how quitting should not be an option. Cash Kardz went second and describes how Chandigarh and Mumbai are equally important to him. Ace aka Mumbai went third and described his love for Mumbai.
Likewise, there’s a reason he named himself Mumbai. Right? Adro and Nasty Ninja discuss the lessons that Mumbai has taught them and how they are there to protect the pride of their city. Slyck went last and opens up his verse by using stereotypes that are filled with sarcasm. “Reppin’ the rape capital aka the filthy city” is sufficient to tell you that he did talk about his city but didn’t serve no mercy by praising it.
Stream the audio of ‘The City’ by ShahRule, Mumbai’s Finest, Cash Kardz and Slyck here:
KAUN HOON MAIN – SMASH NASTY
This SMASH Nasty’s release featured Slyck. Honestly, ‘Kaun Hoon Main’ features some of Slyck’s fastest verses. During an epic studio session which took around 6 hours to write, record and produce, the track came out impressively brilliant. On the other hand, Slyck always wanted to mess with electronic music and was glad that Smash gave him the opportunity to do so. ‘Kaun Hoon Main’ came out in the October of 2016. Zummer Photography, as a matter of fact, did film a decent video for the track.
Watch the video of ‘Kaun Hoon Main’ by Smash Nasty and Slyck here:
PAAYA HAI MAINE KYA – SLYCK FEAT. AMRITESH AND KEEP SAKE
Slyck, Amritesh and Keep Sake dropped this track in 2016 and everything about this song is amazing. Soothing voice of Amritesh, Slyck’s inspirational verse and Keep Sake’s spoken word style of rap. The track was produced by Keep Sake and Kunal Kaushal. However, ‘Paaya Hai Maine Kya’ has some serious chills and laid-back vibes in it.