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Though Action Bronson‘s collaborative mixtape series with Harry Fraud borrows its title from the Swedish automobile manufacturer Saab, their latest street single is best enjoyed behind the wheel of a rugged, American-made whip. That’s right: this one is Strictly 4 The Jeeps. The Flushing emcee’s first headlining feature since November’s ScHoolboy Q-assisted Demolition Man, this record finds Bronson celebrating his rising stature in the hip-hop game over his behind-the-boards partner’s stark, dissonant boom-bap boardwork. Has this grimy selection left you hungry for the emcee-producer duo’s forthcoming joint material? Then stay tuned; Saab Stories: Book 1 as yet lacks a drop date, but we in the Booth will keep you supplied with the latest news and song releases.
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Written by richard on 05/20/13
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