If you call Domino’s Pizza and Mic Terror at the same time, smart money says that the Chi-town emcee will be the first person “knockin’ at your door.” On a new single off his long-awaited debut full-length, the Closed Sessions signee guarantees that, whether you’re craving some quality weed or (for the ladies) services of a more intimate nature, he’ll arrive with the goods in 15 Minutes or less. Ryan ESL and 4 Treated Crew‘s Mano double up behind the boards on this cut; their arpeggiated-synths, grimy bassline and trap percussion back Mic as he boasts about what’s in his blunts, as well as what’s in his jeans (Apparently, his d*ck is so famous it has its own Wikipedia page). Andrew Zieter and Bryan Lamb direct the record’s creatively-framed visual accompaniment. Fans will be able to find 15 Minutes and much more on Mic Terror’s Fresh Prince of Darkness LP, set to hit record stores and online retailers next Tuesday, March 4.
Written by richard on 02/27/14
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