Those who have been walking down the road to the release of upcoming album Dope Raps & Kit Kats know that Prote-J isn’t one to bite his tongue. So it’s only appropriate that on new release Organs Play, making its worldwide premiere right now, he follows in the footsteps of previous drops This Life and Bigger by letting haters know exactly what he thinks of them (hint: it’s nothing good). True to its name, producers The Trackoholics make sure that Organs Play is founded on high volume organs overlaid with riding hi-hats and booming bass. Fittingly, though, the record’s mark is truly made on the mic as Prote-J delivers some intensely passionate discourse on the state of the game: “Liars have a tendency to lose, so I’m bending all the rules / never take a loss / I don’t hear all the haters over the applause.” Besides providing listeners with a new defiant anthem, Organs Play marks the final premiere before the release of Dope Raps & Kit Kats on April 19 via DJBooth. Until then, keep your heart pumping on time to this.
Written by Nathan S. on 04/14/11
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