Are you a fan of Houston underground hip-hop? It’s your lucky day—on MMA, a bonus track off his latest album, hasHBrown recruits not one, not two (et cetera…) but eight fellow H-town all-stars. Over his own hard-hitting production (as jett i. masstyr), the headliner trades verses with Hollywood Floss, Dustin Prestige, John Dew, Thurogood Wordsmith, Hip-Phonix, Kidd the Great, Rob J. and The K.I.D. (collectively known as T.H.E.M., aka The Houston Elite MCs). Released in fall 2011, Break Something is available for purchase now via hasHBrown’s Bandcamp page.
Written by richard on 04/6/12
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