John Creasy & Uncle Fester Drop ‘Halloween Havoc’ Single

John Creasy & Uncle Fester - Halloween Havoc

John Creasy and Uncle Fester share their new “Halloween Havoc” single.

Hulk Hogan turns full heel!  Niagara Falls emcee John Creasy and Nova Scotian DJ/Producer Uncle Fester drop new single “Halloween Havoc.”  The track is the first leak of new collaborative LP Super Villain to drop via stream on November 2nd and on vinyl November 3rd (via I Had An Accident Records).

Super Villain is the follow-up to their first collaborative LP Still Villain (which was released earlier this year).  Whereas the initial project was themed around fictional ninja-lord Oroku Saki AKA The Shredder (of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fame), on this LP the duo take on the persona of the Hulkster when he went from legendary babyface to full heel with the New World Order in the mid-90’s.  This theme extends to album art (both original covers for streaming and vinyl respectively) as well as skits and track titles.   On working with Creasy,  Fester said “at this point I have found the part of my sound that responds best to his vocals which is grimy boom-bap but I feel like I stepped up with the mix on this project which is really dialed into his tone and style.”

Guest features are minimal with Canadian spitter Sayzee and New York’s A.P. The Overlord on posse track “Nitro.” John Creasy’s distinct flow and style has seen him appear on tracks with such notables as Benny The Butcher, Sheek Louch, Vinnie Paz and Recognize Ali among others.  Uncle Fester extensive resume goes back over two decades and includes engineering, producing, mixing and live DJ’ing.  Some artists he has worked via these services include Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Ali Shaheed Muhammed, Pharoah Monch and Roc Marciano  

Yoel Molina Law

Leave a Comment