Bishop Nehru Flips Erykah Badu's "Back In The Day" For Vibe-Heavy Loosie "Breath (Prana/$pirit)"
Bishop Nehru is now known as the kid that can do no harm, garnering co-signs from legends far and wide, which culminated in his signing to Nas' Mass Appeal Records. His self-produced loosie "Breath (Prana/$pirit) shows this in all spades, flipping Erykah Badu's "Back In The Day" for the sonic bedrock of this joint. And boy does it rock. Nehru delivers a wavy line of rhymes over the sampledelic Badu loop, shining some light on just how blissful simplicity can be, merely injecting a crisp, cracking snare and a thumping kick to get your head to knock a bit. If you've somehow dodged our warnings, you can get another taste of young Bishop Nehru in his choice collaboration with MF DOOM on NehruvianDOOM, which is a clear-cut highlight from a year of musical madness that's only recently gotten a much needed infusion. Light something and let his Badula chop on "Breath (Prana/$pirit)" take you to infinite and beyond. Grab a copy of NehruvianDOOM on iTunes today and jump back to find out what it's one of the year's best. Keep it locked for all things Nehruvian.