Bij Lincs, Azar and Malakai of Ground Up have done some dirt in their day, and you’d best believe they ain’t finished. Someday, they may have to face the Wrath of God, but until then the Philly natives plan to keep dominating the hip-hop game. Featured in conjunction with some shadowy, surreal visuals by Strategem Pictures, this new single finds Bij cooking up a gritty, ultra-minimal backdrop for his colleagues’ verses, which drip with deadpan aggression. Independent full-length MEGA is currently unscheduled but, rest assured, y’all will be the first to know when that changes.
Written by richard on 08/13/14
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