The Soulslicers’ latest street album dropped via The DJBooth at the top of June but, considering the staggering volume of high-profile projects that have come out in the interim, its release may feel as distant as the Hundred Years’ War or the Crusades. To ensure the set doesn’t become just Another Part of History, the Swiss beat crew is back to jog our memory with a fresh video single. On this edgy, head-noddable joint, the ‘slicers’ grainy soul samples set the stage for blasé, yet bullet-riddled bars from Harlem lyricist Sparkingtin and Los Angeles-by-way-of-the Bronx rhymesayer El Lay. D.A.N. and Julian‘s official video, making its world premiere on our front page, depicts the collaborators kicking it in the streets of NYC. For Another Part of History and much more, check out the headliners’ Slice of Life LP, available now for free streaming and download in the Booth.
Written by richard on 07/8/13
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