Life in the Boston streets ain’t easy, but Blak Madeen are keeping the faith. On Believe, the latest single/video off the Boston duo’s DJBooth-sponsored street album, Teddy Roxpin‘s string-sampled boardwork bangs in the back as Al-J and Yusuf express their trust in divine providence. Reef the Lost Cauze contributes guest bars. For more, check out the group’s Divine Power Culture street album, released in late February and available here for free streaming/download.
Written by richard on 03/12/12
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