I always thought those Parental Discretion warnings were counterintuitive. I mean, if you don’t want a kid to watch something, don’t give it a badass warning. With that said, wack rappers would do well to consult their folks before listening to League Of Extraordinary Gz’ latest effort, because such high levels of dopeness may be hazardous to sucker emcees’ health. Booth favorite and project collaborator Shane Eli concocts a grimy, sluggish beat that complements the crewmates’ varying styles. The Lone Star State rap collective pepper the beat with grimy, aggressive bars, making this track a must-have for fans of gritty underground music. If the song and its accompanying visuals visuals make you hungry for more, be sure to cop the crew’s Plug EP, available right here in The DJBooth.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/15/13
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