The Prodigal Son of Bazerk Return

Long Island's finest hip-hop soul crew was ahead of its time. That time might be now.

It's exactly how you'd want a group that hasn't released anything for close to two decades to sound: no undignified reaches toward the Drake generation, just resolutely vintage moments like "Let Me Tell You Who I Am," which combines the eerie feel of Efil 4 Zaggin–era N.W.A. with the punch of peak Public Enemy. If your cornerstone rap albums hail from SOB's early-'90s heyday, this song's your new private anthem, whisking you back 20 years in the best possible way. By simply sticking to their blueprint, they've chalked up a fittingly long-haul victory. "We've been at this for a while now," Bazerk testifies. "We're not too bad at it."

Back like they forgot something
Henry Adebenojo
Back like they forgot something

Son of Bazerk Featuring No Self Control and the Band perform at Central Park SummerStage August 15 with Public Enemy

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