If you thought Action Bronson and Smoke DZA were Big, Bad and Dangerous taken apart, wait’ll you see them join forces. On this fresh, unreleased joint, the Flushing spitter and his Harlem counterpart (the latter a freestyle series alum) collide to drop gritty rhymes over a beat by 183rd. While this cut isn’t attached to DZA’s Rolling Stoned LP (coming August 30) or any other forthcoming project, those digging the record can keep it locked to the Booth or all the latest news and tunes from both collaborators.
Written by richard on 08/25/11
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