On Dooinit, a classic cut off 2000’s Like Water for Chocolate LP, Common touted his ability to size emcees up at a moment’s notice: “With Six Degrees, I separate MC’s, from a business man that’s good / From a n**ga that was raised or just lived in the hood / From what a n**ga says to what’s understood.” It doesn’t take Com’s intellect, however, to recognize the realness that Flex and Sha Prince of The Antiheros spit on their Booth debut. This newly-released LP inclusion finds fellow North of the Border repper Mac Hamilton serving up a head-noddable, sampled instrumental backdrop for the duo’s aggressive, self-assured bars. Fresh off the release of his GOLDRush LP (available in the Booth for free streaming and download), Philly repper and freestyle alum STS contributes guest bars. Like what you’re hearing? There’s plenty more where this came from on free album Modern Day Riot, scheduled for digital release in November.
Written by richard on 10/4/12
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