Audio Push‘s paper chase has taken the duo far from their ‘hood lately, but Inland Empire hasn’t forgotten ‘em. Far from it—when Oktane and Price Tag make their triumphant return, they expect to receive a Parade in their honor. As they make clear over label boss Hit-Boy‘s brass-led boardwork, their achievements represent something much bigger than them: “We will parade and we will celebrate the overcoming of generational curses that were designed to make our families feel worthless.” You’ll be able to find this inspiring joint and much more on HS87‘s We the Plug compilation, due out next Tuesday, May 27.
Written by richard on 05/20/14
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