Yesterday, Boston heavyweight Statik Selektah reached 20,000 Twitter followers; to celebrate, he released Runnin’ the Streets, a never-before-heard collaboration with Freeway. Recorded roughly a year ago but never released, the record finds Selektah serving up a gritty, sampled beat, which the Philly vet and his Free Money crew proceed to lace with aggressively witty rhymes. If this joint leavbes you craving more from Statik and Free, pick up their appropriately-titled Statik-Free EP, available now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 04/12/11
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