|Three years prior to Dettwork South East, |
Blak Twang was in a group called Split Decision
|Split Decision in effect!|
|Side A (Main Street) - Jenifah|
|Side B (Back Street) - Come Gimme Ya Love|
The flip, labeled Back Street is a pretty unsuccessful attempt at something a little harder, prefering to open with the Twang and unknown partner's rhymes and mercifully give less of the mic to VRS. At times it sounds like it is about to get a bit darker and harder especially when the ragga-style "gimme ya love" chant kick in but unfortunately it never really does!
|Tha Rottonous One!|
As far as collectability goes - this is really only one for the completists so don't go breaking the bank for it - five quid will do the trick if you want to buy one of the copies currently on discogs, less if you want to be patient and support your local hip hop friendly record shop!
Split Decision (Blak Twang and VRS) - Side A: "Jenifah"
Split Decision (Blak Twang and VRS) - Side B: "Gimme Ya Love"