Fresh off garnering positive reader reviews for debut feature The Synopsis, Generation X return to our pages with the second and final single off their collaborative debut set. On Peanut Butta, Jelly, Bobby Whitfield serves up a percussion-driven beat to back Dungeon Family vet Backbone and his esteemed crewmates (in order: Aleon Craft, Doski Wo and Bobby Whitfield) as they deliver braggadocio-soaked bars. Still hungry? There’s more to come on forthcoming full-length Global Warning, dropping May 1, for digital purchase exclusively in the The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 04/23/12
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"The Synopsis" (2012)
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