Anoyd & Statik Selektah’s Video Gets You In The Mood For Summer

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This month, Bloomfield, Connecticut MC Anoyd partnered with Statik Selektah and ShowOff Records to release Yuck!. Featuring Nick Grant, Ufo Fev, and Statik’s 1982 band-mate Termanology, the 10-song collection showcases one of the more exciting voices coming out of New England, and Hip-Hop at large.

Whereas Anoyd built a reputation for blistering bars in freestyles and cerebral concept songs, “The Mood” is in a more laid-back spirit. However, lyricism and prowess are not compromised. “The trees on the grass cry tears of rainfall / Water from the leaves, so you know that it’s painful / Disdainful, lookin’ at this stain that came off the cloth,” begins the MC who uses nature as a baseline in his imaginative comparisons. Complemented by a dreamy Statik beat, the song is perfect for summertime reflection, whether in the car, on foot, or simply sitting still.

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The video captures this sentiment too. Anoyd and Statik enjoy a relaxed, good-spirited afternoon in the city. Meanwhile, the MC cloud-watches from green grass, hits the corner store from the snack, and lounges at home.

In April, Statik Selektah partnered with Bun B and a host of guests (Method Man, Lil Fame, Westside Gunn, Fat Joe, etc.) for TrillStatik, recorded in a single day. Earlier this year, he dropped his first instrumental project, Mahalo (The Hawaii Instrumentals).

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#BonusBeat: “Kilos,” featuring Term’ and Ufo is another standout from Yuck!: