Shock G has Humpty Hump, Eminem has Slim Shady, Nicki Minaj has Roman Zolanski, and Black EL has EL EL Cool Che. On newly-leaked mixtape cut Che’s Parlay, the Boston buzzmaker’s unhinged alter ego takes center stage to drop braggadocious, trash talk-packed bars over project collaborator Durkin‘s stark, percussion-driven beat. The emcee-producer duo’s collaborative street album, The Collage , has yet to receive a drop date, but fans can download Che’s Parlay for free via their Soundcloud page. Click here to peep the latest video off the project, Under the Influence.
Written by richard on 01/31/12
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