One of our favorite hip hop records of the last bunch of years, Indie hip-hop icon C-Rayz Walz teams up with fresh-faced, yeshiva-trained wordsmith Kosha Dillz for twelve tracks that mix freestyle and written rhymes; classic and new-school beats; and the frantic, fast-paced energy of a manic 24-hour recording session to produce Freestyle vs. Written, the first collaboration of its type. It’s an album that breaks borders and pushes boundaries. Songs like “I Love Jews” and “Ariel Sharon” are packed with classic hip rock samples and party moving sounds. C-Rayz Walz is indie hip-hop’s savior, king, and master freestyle legend. He has performed with everyone in the biz and has loads of fans around the world. Kosha Dillz is an upcoming Israeli-American hip-hop artist who has put the Zionist swagger back in being Jewish. A flashy pinky ring style and gold-star dress code, using crowd-moving beats and profound lyrics in Hebrew, English, and Spanish to shift the listener’s homeostasis, this unorthodox boom-bapist’s knowledge of emceeing brings back the pride that you might have once lost.