Earlier this year, Noah Vinson and Frank Ramz joined forces to release promo cut Drunk. That joint (not featured in The DJBooth) was so successful that the Bronx spitters have decided to record an entire EP together. Today, we’re proud to bring you the world premiere of Citadel, that project’s lead single. On this menacing street banger, Cooari‘s cinematic 6/8 boardwork sets the mood as the partners-in-rhyme let us know just how secure they are in their supremacy over the game: ”I walked through the city, the emperor, I couldn’t see a competitor.” Vinson and Ramz’s And the Phone Was on Silent EP is slated to drop in September. In the meantime, of course, we’ll keep you supplied with the latest song releases.
Written by richard on 07/22/14
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