Tony Touch - Power Cypha Vol. 3      
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written by Hugo Lunny    
Tony Touch is one of the most famous underground mixtape DJ's. Now, that seems like a contradiction in terms, but, I think the majority of you will realize what I'm saying. He's dropped exclusives left, right, and centre plus his infamous 'Power Cypha' tapes filled with ill exclusive freestyles. Tony Touch also started his own label; 'Touch Entertainment' - a label which he released his disappointing EP, but, now on 'Touch Entertainment,' Tony drops his third 'Power Cypha' tape and in doing so, he shows what he's best at; organizing dope ass tapes.

Just so you know who's on here, maybe your favourite emcee is, but, here's the list (these are exclusive freestyles and you will only find them here by the way) :
Tony Touch, Rah Digga, AZ, Half A Mil, Billy Dance, Lil' Fame, Teflon, Eminem, Black Star, Milk D, MC Lyte, Cormega, Prodigy, Chezina, Sauce Money, Large Professor, Icon, Destruct, Special Ed, Shields, 40, Rev. Run, Richie Rich, Kid Capri, Q-Tip, American Cream Team, Lord Jamal, Grand Puba, B-Real, Baron Ricks, Raze, Xzibit, Wyclef, Jayo Felony, ED O.G., Dead Presidents, Black Rob, Penom, G Deep, Pirate, Born Fever, Fierce, The Madd Rapper, LA The Darkman, Thirstin Howl III, Les, Juju, Craig Mack, Positive K, Pos D Nus, Common, Willie Stubz, Kurupt, Baby Girl, Sore Losers, Saafir, Ras Kass, Royce 5'9, Council, Defari & Blahzay Blahzay.

For those unfamiliar with how this mixtape works, basically it's emcees freestyling over someone else's beats, sometimes the beats are scratched up etc. But, basically these are all exclusive freestyles done specifically for the tape. Some of the dopest freestyles include the Rah Digga freestyle, the Sauce Money one is nice because he fits in really well with the beats he's rhyming over (Beatnuts - 'Forever'), I could continue like this, but, there are too many to name.

There are some really dope combinations, ie some beats which fit the emcee superbly and, there are some freestyles which are just off the hook. But, there is also quite a bit of the opposite. Either way, this mixtape is filled with material which unless bootlegged from here you won't find anywhere else. So, in short, I suggest you check this out. You're bound to like at least half of the tape.

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