Why choose between stacking paper and making quality music when you can do both? The Incomparable Shakespeare‘s flag is planted squarely on the “underground” side of the hip-hop divide but, as the NYC stalwart emphasizes on his latest single, he’s nonetheless on intimate terms with Benjamin Franklin and Andrew Jackson. Backed by The R.L.‘s stuttering organ chords, Shake trades caked-up verses with Big Apple buzzmaker Troy Ave. Fans will be able to find this high-rolling hustle anthem, along with previously-featured singles Fresh Heir and On the Line, on The Incomparable Shakespeare’s By Any Dreams Necessary EP, dropping via his own Shake Ink at a yet-undetermined date in the near future.
Written by richard on 11/11/13
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