Next week, veteran West Coast beatsmith The Alchemist and Dilated Peoples rhymesayer Evidence, together known as Step Brothers, are slated to release their collaborative debut album. If, for some reason, you haven’t been waiting for the project with bated breath, a listen to new single Mums in the Garage should be just the thing to get you good and excited for its arrival. First to flow over Alc’s beat, featuring tense bell loops and a variety of quirky vocal samples, Action Bronson delivers a verse that’s bugged-out even by his standards, boasting that he’ll “chew [his] food and spit it out into a bird’s mouth.” Not to be outdone, Evidence threatens to “Karate chop the nipple off your chest.” in his dense, wordplay-packed closing 16. Feeling it? Then click here to pre-order Lord Steppington in anticipation of its Januarty 21, release via Rhymesayers.
Written by richard on 01/16/14
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