You can count on Al-J to go Above and Beyond the call of duty. For example, not only has the Boston emcee and Blak Madeen member just dropped off his latest solo single at the Booth, but he’s given us the exclusive world premiere. The record itself is an equally fresh exercise in surpassed expectations. In addition to hearing the Cold Blooded rapper wittily dispatch his competitors over Teddy Roxpin‘s grimy synth-bass boardwork, we get to enjoy bruising, punchline-packed guest 16s from Maine buzzmaker Spose and Al’s fellow Beantown representative Cam Meekins. Has this foretaste of Blak to the Future left you hungry for more? Then stay tuned for further song releases leading up to Monday, November 19, when the project will hit our front page for streaming and download courtesy of Leedz Edutainment.
Written by richard on 10/29/12
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