The Good People’s “The Summer Ep” Is a Soothing Introduction to the Warmest Season of the Year

After serving us some singles and a solid video for their posse cut “A Night At The Symphony“, The Good People return to the forefront with their brand new project titled ‘The Summer EP’. The duo of MC/DJ Emskee and MC/producer The Saint, team up to gift the fans of hip-hop that good old energy and sound of classic ’90s Boom Bap. Not wanting to be boxed in their primary aim is to make the type of music listeners can bop their heads too and B-Boys can get down with.


The Summer EP‘ is a 6 track body of work packs a punch and blends the vintage sound with the new. It starts with the genuine LA vibes of “Windows Down” featuring Tash of Tha Alkaholiks, which is followed up by a braggadocios posse cut with A-F-R-O and Termanology titled “Sidewalk Barbecue.” Quintessential East Coast horns and thumping drums dominate the remainder of songs, including the laid back lead single, “A Summer Night At The Symphony.” The joint starts with the same narrated intro as The Juice Crew’s “The Symphony,” and features noted spitter John Jigg$ and his team, MXNXPXLY Family, getting busy on the mic. Push play and experience that feeling of a cold drink on a sweltering day.