Infamous – Pressure





G-Clef has finally released the final installment from the “Soul Kid Vault”; the music of Infamous Mr. Savage aka Doc Dave Banner. The battle-styled emcee was first heard on Mortal Combat, the SKK’s first commercially released 12 single. He was the first emcee on the record who set it off with “Who be dat ill nigga creeping thru the jungle?” This EP’s contents include various demos and songs recorded while the Klik was involved with GZA Entertainment, in the Golden Era of the Wu-Tang Clan circa 1996. Several of these beats were solicited for GZA’s Liquid Swords LP, but were replaced by beats by the RZA, forming the classic album that the world now remembers as history. Perhaps history worked out for the best, as these songs are blessed by Infamous’ incredible lyrical stylings throughout this EP, perhaps to show and prove G-Clef had not lost any ground giving these beats to Infamous instead! Infamous told G-Clef in 1996, “Fuck it, I will tear them shits apart!” And so, now, after all these years, we can finally hear him do it with the “Pressure”. Included on this record is the “Desperate Times” B-Side tribute to Notorious B.I.G. by Infamous called “Ten Mack Commandments”.

3)Ghetto Life 
6)Trapped in Bubbles
7)Ten Mack Commandments


Produced by G-Clef da Mad Komposa in 1996
recorded at Foreclosure Studios, Queens Village, NY

all songs co-written by Joseph Cavaseno and Lewis Savage

© 2004 Yalloppin Entertainment/Soulkid Records – YSKR-113

Additional information

Weight .25 oz
Dimensions 5 × 6 × .5 in
Media Type

mp3, CD


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