When most people are trying to emphasize their boundless potential, they cite the sky above as the only limit to their ascent. As far as Strong Arm Steady are concerned, though, not even the vast reaches of space are large enough to encompass the success they hope to achieve. The latest song release off Stereo Jr., Oh No‘s seven-track reimagining of this summer’s Statik Selektah-produced Stereotype LP, No Sky Limit (Smoke On Remix) finds the West Coast underground rapper and beatsmith crafting a hazy, electronic backdrop for bars delineating the sheer scope of Krondon, Mitchy Slik and Phil The Agony‘s ambitions in the game. Cali buzzmaker Dom Kennedy shares some success fantasies of his own on the guest tip. Feeling it? More freshly-remixed jams await on Stereo Jr., released yesterday and available for purchase exclusively via Stone’s Throw.
Written by richard on 11/26/12
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