It’s a shame you can’t list “the struggle” under “Employment History” on your CV; after the decades of experience they’ve each racked up in the streets, Ness and K of A-Alikes are qualified for just about any any job you could throw at them. On new EP single Whole Life, the Tallahassee underground veterans remind listeners that they’ve been fighting to survive since they were fresh out the womb, delivering their gritty autobiographical bars over the piano-loop boardwork of Nawledge The Beathustler. Longtime homie and dead prez member M1 contributes a politically-charged guest 16. Feeling it? Then keep it locked for more song releases leading up to the June 11, arrival of the group’s Us Against Them EP.
Written by richard on 05/15/13
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