This record, much like Chyna was in the late 90s and early 2000s, is a rare find. This record reeks of pure grittiness. A portion of that should be given to the Daringer-produced beat led by those strong, psychedelic guitar strums but the majority of the credit should be given to the three artists on it.
This song is flames.
The song is named after another gimmick pay-per-view match of the same name. The hell in a cell match puts the wrestlers in a closed wide cage that creates a trapped environment with one’s bitter enemy. It resembles the elimination chamber but is slightly different.
The TLC gimmick match is one of my favorites. I like it a lot better than the other ones.
Smoke DZA loves wrestling.
The song title is fitting for these two rappers. Both Action Bronson and Westside Gunn are similar to their wrestling counterpart: The Dudley Boyz, Bubba Ray and D-Von. Action and Bubba are both from Queens and Westside and D-Von are from upstate New York.
Domo Genesis – “Elimination Chamber” feat. Earl Sweatsuit, Vince Staples and Action Bronson
The Elimination Chamber is a match in the WWE where six competitors are locked inside a closed cage. Four are locked in see-through pod/compartments while the other two start the match. After an elapsed amount of time, the next competitor joins, and so on until all six have entered. This is an elimination match, so the match is over once five competitors have submitted or been pinned. Continue reading Elimination Chamber by Domo Genesis
In anticipation of this year’s lackluster WrestleMania—those two words should never be together—I decided to finally pick up this project about wrestling and rap.