The verses on Reprogram, the new album from Seattle‘s Boom Bap Project, couldn‘t be more different from the diary-like raps of their Rhymesayers label mate Slug. But while MCs Karim and Destro don‘t pour their hearts out, their elemental yet precise wordplay and heavy beats are often just as captivating. Even without getting too pensive, they‘ve got the gusto to keep heads nodding. With the assistance of fellow Northwest reps like Jake One, Mr. Hill, and Lifesavas, BBP drops 15 flavorful tracks of unadulterated hip-hop.