When none other than DJ Premier selects your project as one of his top 25 releases of the year, you can consider yourself an ambassador of real hip-hop. Fresh off receiving the Northeastern icon’s imprimatur for last year’s The Panic Button LP, The Regiment return to our pages with new single That’s Hip-Hop, which finds OSI and IseQold offering their definition of the genre over a scorching, organ-led beat by Tokyo Cigar. The HiPNOTT signees’ J-Love-mixed/hosted On the Verge LP has yet to receive a drop date—stay tuned for further details! In the meantime, those who haven’t already can still cop Panic Button on iTunes.
Written by richard on 01/25/12
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