In case you didn't know, the Day In Day Out instrumental album dropped. One great thing about instrumentals: you can, like, rap on them. And if your name is Homeboy Sandman, you can rap amazing, retarded, ridonkulous freestyle bars over them. Which is exactly what happened in this dope freestyle session from WNYU's This Culture Never Dies, posted to 2DopeBoyz.com last week. The Queens MC—a former classmate of Rheturik's, a recent signee to Stones Throw Records and a good friend to the Duj—linked up with up-and-comer I Am Many to trade bars over the instrumental to "Research," and it was friggin' awesome. Click here to check it out.
And don't forget what we said last week, MCs/poets/singers: If you send us a dope freestyle over a DIDO beat, we'll post it up here.
Be sure to cop Boysand's newest release, Chimera. Mega-daps to This Culture Never Dies, which hits 89.1 FM in NYC and wnyu.org online every Saturday from 11 pm to 1 am, and host Dharmic X for supporting the Duj and DIDO so tough. And of course, buy the DIDO instrumental LP over at iTunes in case you've been sleeping.