Zimbabwean-born rapper and producer Zulu Faz has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest street album, The Hill Complex.
Named after the spiritual center of the ruined city of Great Zimbabwe, the project finds the artist using the historic structure as a metaphor for his quest to build a name for himself in the game. The set features 12 original cuts (plus one bonus track), including Booth-approved leak “Cruise Control.”
Joining Zulu Faz on the guest tip throughout The Hill Complex are Amadi Jae, Tawny Powell, John Anthony, A.Ware, Session and Young Jay. In addition to beats by the artist himself (both individually and as one-half of duo Kaotiq Simfoni, made up of Zulu and brother Zimbabwe Kev), the project features guest beats by Javis FauX, Session and Megaboy Alpha.
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"Cruise Control" (2012)
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