In an era when fads, gossip and beef often seem poised to take over the hip-hop game, who’s gonna do what it takes to keep the music alive? Leave it to Knowledge Medina. On a brand new single off his forthcoming EP, the Panhandle State rhymesayer states his intent to shoulder the burden that his peers in the industry have shirked, lacing UK beatsmith Abstract‘s chopped sample work with hard truths regarding the state of rap radio, emcees’ avoidance of social irresponsibility and other controversial topics. Craving more hot beats and thought-provoking bars? Then stay tuned for further fresh song releases leading up to the arrival of Radio, Medina’s forthcoming collaborative EP with Abstract.
Written by richard on 10/19/12
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