If you’ve been waiting for the perfect track to test out your ride’s new sound system, look no further. For their first feature, L.A.‘s Strong Arm Steady Gang (whose membership includes Krondon, Phil Da Agony, and Mitchy Slick) have teamed up with one of their region’s biggest names to craft some Trunk Music guaranteed to make a big impression on anyone within earshot. 1500 or Nuthin’s Mars serves up a bass-booming beat perfectly calibrated for “parking lot pimpin,” as SAS and guest emcee The Game flaunt their tricked-out rides, complete with head-splitting stereo rigs. As if that weren’t enough to leave elderly pedestrians shaking their fists, the Gang emphasize their disregard for the eardrums of those around them by mimicking distressed onlookers on the hook. While we in the Booth don’t (officially) endorse the violation of noise ordinances, for those resolutely determined to disturb the peace, this cut comes highly recommended. Keep it locked to our front page for the latest on Arms & Hammers, which has yet to receive a release date from the Blacksmith brass.
Written by richard on 09/13/09
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