PREMIERE: B.I.C. (B*tches Is Crazy) Reinvent Themselves With Gohan Fisher’s “DEEMZ” [STREAM]

Gohan Fisher DEEMZ

B.I.C. (otherwise known as Bitches Is Crazy) has steadily become one of the top prospects from New York City’s the Bronx over the last year, as their slightly insane eccentric rap techniques and bass-heavy production stylings have been etched in the minds of a growing number of onlookers. Pushing the envelope on “alternative” hip-hop, the group looks to reinvent the standard, and has hit that goal with their brand-new mixtape DEEMZ. The tape, which was produced in its entirety by B.I.C.’s own Kill Izzy under the moniker Gohan Fisher (a nod to Dragon Ball Z fans), was made in memory of late B.I.C. member Jose “Seword” Henriquez, who passed away four years ago today.

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Produced in the room of Kill Izzy Gohan Fisher, the tape is full of ominous sounds and dark lyricism. Comparable to lyrical content from the “trap movement,” the tape manages to capture the very thoughts that go through one’s mind as the guys reach higher levels while using certain recreational drugs. What stands out most is the project’s “Intro,” which sets the tone for the kind of wild yet oddly endearing time that listeners will have while consuming the tape. “We do our best to leave you wanting more on intros,” said B.I.C. Mixed and mastered by Mike Spits, the tape employs a few interesting touches, including the fading out of tracks mid-hook that would have seemingly continued for a much longer time, thus leaving the listener in a state of suspense of what’s to come throughout.

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Deemz marks Gohan Fisher’s entry to the musical realm, and we couldn’t be more impressed. Get lost in B.I.C.’s Fisher’s 10-track (with two bonus tracks) project up top in the player now. And for even more B.I.C., check out their fun ode to ’90s cartoons, “Nickelodeon Joint,” here.

Photo Credit: B.I.C.

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Danielle Howe

Danielle Howe is a New York City-based writer that is here for all things funny, uplifting, silly, and occasionally inappropriate. The quirky (and somewhat awkwardly extroverted) twenty-something graduate of Northeastern University is far from what you would expect — dabbling in all areas of urban, pop, and underground culture while finding a way to combine it all. Her interests include full time fangirling for Beyonce, Bruno Mars, and all of her awesome indie musician friends, making a mess of her social life, and finding awesome new places to brunch on weekends.