Active during the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, The Rockers introduced pro wrestling fans to Shawn “The Heartbreak Kid” Michaels and the dropkick-happy Marty Janetty. On a standout cut off his next street release, Action Bronson and Keystone State heavyweight Wiz Khalifa join forces to form the hip-hop equivalent of the popular tag-team. As it turns out, though, the twosome prove less interested in grappling with their competition than in enjoying life’s finer things. Delivered over Harry Fraud‘s dreamy bell samples and booming rhythm section, the collaborators’ verses boast copious references to weed and food, seasoned with a dash of smack talk. Like what you’re hearing? You’ll be able to find Rockers and many more bangers (including last week’s Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Queens Day Remix)) on Bronson and Fraud’s Saab Stories EP, dropping digitally this Tuesday, the 11th.
Written by richard on 06/9/13
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