Mean Doe Green and his colleagues may be—to my knowledge—made of flesh and blood like the rest of us, but that’s not going to stop them from taking over the globe, Terminator-style. On the latest single off his forthcoming studio album, the Sacramento repper fills us in on his plans for world domination, flowing over the appropriately hard-hitting production of Hippie Sabotage. Fellow signees to Raekwon‘s Ice H20 label, JD Era and Ceazar & Black Zeek contribute guest bars. Shady Proof drops March 13; in the menatime, why not check out one (or both) of Mean Doe Green’s Booth-sponsored 2011 projects, Black Suits & Shovels and Hard Hats & Hand Grenades?
Written by richard on 02/24/12
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