Group Home's illest spitter, Lil' Dap, is back on the scene with a seriously blazing new 7" single entitled "Real Emcees", made in collaboration with producers Freaqnik & WDRE who brings a powerfully layered heavy hitter that packs a real thump. Dap's voice has always been his strongest asset in my opinion, but the last few years has also seen his gritty street flows really connect with the strong songwriting that was lacking on the Home's classic '95 debut. This lyrical quality is on fine display on both sides of this 45; "Real Emcees" is a beautiful tribute to the culture and the real artists from then to now, while the B-side "Guru Cash Flow" sees Dap weaving together memories of his lost comrade GURU with life lessons to absorb over a booming track by Cash Flow. As expected, the A-side is the superior cut but together these two cuts form a welcome return for Lil' Dap as a solo artist, as I hope this will soon be followed with more releases. Support the real, because this one is highly recommended!