Previously heard acting as accomplice to beat crew The Accomplices on EP single Drop, Malicious steps into the solo spotlight with All Noir, the lead single off his forthcoming street release. Here, Team Bridgetown‘s hard-hitting boardwork (featuring an iconic vocal snippet from Jay-Z‘s Run This Town, as well as sampled chants from New Zealands’s championship rugby team, the All Blacks) sets the stage for equally bruising bars from the Montreal representative. Watch for the KevinNottingham/IndieHipHop-presented Life’s Not So Sample 3 to arrive on the ‘net early this month.
Written by richard on 11/2/11
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