The fact that Audio Push‘s recently-launched weekly series doesn’t have a name may make it seem rather mysterious but, rest assured, it “ain’t No Secret.” So you can feel free to tell all your friends about the latest installment, a gritty street banger that stands in stark contrast to its R&B-flavored predecessor. HS87 in-house beatsmith Bow‘s synth boardwork creeps along in the background as Oktane and Price allude to a few more openly acknowledged facts, including the crazy amounts of paper in their bank accounts and their status as two of the best doing it. Maybach Music signee Rockie Fresh contributes a braggadocios guest 16. Feeling it? Then watch our pages for more series entries from Audio Push, as well as updates on anything else they may have coming down the pike.
Written by richard on 09/2/14
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