Thought Boston heavyweight Statik Selektah and Flushing, Queens emcee Action Bronson made a dope pair on Population Control single Never a Dull Moment? Well, the collaborators evidently agree with your assessment, as they’ve joined forces to craft a full-length collaborative LP. Every bit as smooth as its title suggests, lead single Cocoa Butter finds Statik serving up a smooth, sampled backdrop for Bronson’s characteristically virtuosic NYC street lyricism. Topped off with the breezy hook vocals of Polo Grounds/RCA duo Nina Sky, this is just one of many bangers to be found on Well Done, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers November 22.
Written by richard on 10/19/11
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"Time for Some" (2011)
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