The Good People Bring Good Times With “Sidewalk Barbecue” feat. A-F-R-O & Termanology Miss2Bees August 3, 2019 Uncategorized When two powerful Hip-hop forces combine the outcome transcends mythical proportions. Rap duo The Good People are in a class of their own. They possess the essential elements that make a duo great, which include quality production, poignant lyrics, and unique personalities. They have uncanny chemistry. Moreover, The Good People are masters of ceremony. They embody the true essence of Hip Hop. The duo’s music can best be described as “smooth Bap.” They are noted for their seamless flow, hypnotic, soulful melodies and intricate wordplay. And their concert performances are filled with vibrant energy and stamina. There’s always something refreshing about artists who feel comfortable in their own skin. At a time when there is a blur between creativity and mediocrity, The Good People are on a mission to redefine Hip Hop with authenticity. The duo consists of emcee Emskee and producer/rapper Saint.Their diverse style and eclectic image set them apart from the competition. The Good People dropped their latest project “The Summer EP” earlier this year to much fanfare. The first single off of the EP was “A Summer Night At The Symphony” featuring MXNXPXLY Family. The follow up single is a street anthem called “Sidewalk Barbecue” featuring A-F-R-O and Termanology. which is receiving Kudos from DJ’s across the nation. The Good People are the perfect cocktail of mystery, boldness and explosive talent. At times brilliant and at times daring, The Good People are thoroughly engaging. They offer a rare blend of wild ambition, inventive videos, and originality that’s often absent in today’s Hip Hop scene. If you’re a fan of J Cole, Lupe Fiasco, A Tribe Called Quest or Kendrick Lamar, then you will definitely be a fan of The Good People. They write songs for the underdogs. Never underestimate the heart, determination and hunger of an underdog. One way or another, they find a way to beat the odds. Check out The Good People’s “The Summer EP.” The production on the project is reminiscent of DJ Premierand J Dilla.