With their new DJBooth-hosted street album less than a week away from release, T-Dot rap duo The Antiheroes have decided to liberate one last track off the project for your listening pleasure. Those who appreciated the aggressive, in-your-face energy of inaugural song release I’m Ghost should find a lot to like about So Easy, which finds partners-in-rhyme Flex and Sha Prince showcasing their anti-swag swag over a driving synth/sample beat by SYKE rapper/producer Rich Kidd. SoCal-repping reader fave Thurz lends his masterful flows to the cut’s final verse, and R&B buzzmaker Ash Riser handles the hook. For this effortlessly fresh selection and many more quality cuts, check out The Antiheroes’ Modern Day Riot LP next Monday, March 25, when it hits our front page for free streaming and digital download.
Written by richard on 03/22/13
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