Got That Winston Kind of Appeal

“Dude’s moving into that lane that only shared by a few cats, like Elucid, Scripts N Screwz and other keepers of the future funk. Personifying the “ill” in Illadelph, Cas uses his life experience to sharpen the darts he places upon these beats. The sonic buffet is right up my alley, as he goes from skraight Hip-Hop to some other other. The homey Zilla Rocca makes numerous appearances on this, as do Ethel Cee, DJ Ambush, Jawnzap7 and others. I particularly love hearing Cas on tracks like “Flatbush & Church (Filthy Dub)”, which not only has Cas beasting some dubwise riddim dem, but he’s also describing and revisiting his yout. Seen?” — Khal,

“‘Winston’s Appeal’ has that deeper than most Hip-Hop, boom bap, dub, a touch of RnB, spoken word… word? Yeah this album got the good sounds and they actually work pretty well, Curly Castro’s lyrics touch the mind and not just on a thin layer surface but beyond. Another album I’m glad to have crossed paths with and another dope emcee for life.”– When Giants Meet

“The production on here is TOUGH and the perfect backdrop for the hardcore and conscious rhymes. I will definitely be on the look out for more from this cat.”–That’s Major

“I dig this project from the Philly by way of Flatbush emcee…once I finally got the opportunity to hit play and I wasn’t disappointed.”–The Mad Bloggers

“I want more Curly Castro songs where he’s rhyming on my beats.”–Douglas Martin aka Blurry Drones of 5 O’Clock Shadowboxers

Get the free debut LP from Curly Castro Winston’s Appeal over at Bandcamp RIGHT NOW!


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