Last heard sharing some informative P*ssy Facx on a February song release, Kirk Knight shifts his focus from love—OK, lust—to money on Extortion. While this freshly-minted single is slated to appear on an upcoming project from Pro.Era and Scion A/V, it sees Knight linking up with a collaborator from outside his usual circle. Booth newcomer Dyemond Lewis, a fellow Brooklynite, jumps on his co-headliner’s menacing street boardwork to spit about his ruthless approach to the paper chase. Has this hard-nosed cut left you craving more? Then watch our pages for further singles leading up to the May 27, release of The Shift, a free digital EP created without the use of samples.
Written by richard on 05/14/14
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