Just in case the steady stream of dope records Statik Selektah and Termanology have dropped off in recent months haven’t convinced you that 1982‘s sophomore set is worth copping, the duo have delivered yet another standout cut to our doorstep in the form a brand new video. On Lights Down, Stat keeps it low-key on the production tip, flipping a mellow, keyboard-driven sample as his mic-rocking partner ponders the arc of his career to date. Featuring this reflective banger, the Bun B/Mac Miller-assisted Happy Days and much more, the duo’s 2012 LP is available for purchase via iTunes.
Written by richard on 10/6/12
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