For installment numero tres in their monthly First Monday series, HiPNOTT Records duo The Regiment present Don’t Judge Me, a joint designed to illuminate the struggle to those who would cast stones. Over DJ Qvali‘s production, complete with a Jay-Z sampled hook, OSI and IseQold spit about the plight of those who must turn to violence in order to survive. Those digging it should keep it locked for further entries in The Regiment’s ongoing series, as well as picking up a copy of The Panic Button when it drops in September.
Written by richard on 06/7/11
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