In early June, Analogic and Madkem stoked the flames of anticipation for their then-upcoming collaborative debut with the release of Queens, a hustle anthem dedicated to their mutual home borough. Now that the project is on store shelves, the producer/emcee duo are at liberty to kick back and relax a bit, which is exactly what they do on Natural High. Tailor-made for barbecues and other summertime get-togethers, this joint sees Analogic slicing and dicing a breezy, minor-key soul sample as his partner touts his mic skills and his prodigious sex appeal in confident, conversational verses. For more high-caliber East Coast hip-hop, cop the twosome’s NY BLVD LP, available now for purchase on iTunes.
Written by richard on 07/14/14
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