Yesterday, Motown hip-hop crew The Regiment unleashed a new joint single with producer Confidence. If their track record in the Booth (they’ve won reader approval for The Solution and That’s Hip Hop, among others) isn’t enough to convince you their latest effort is worth a purchase, newly-released B-side We Gon should lay your doubts to rest. Backed by the Boston-by-way-of-Philly beatsmith’s sliced soul samples, partners-in-rhyme OSI and ISECold celebrate their evolution from local hopeful to internationally known rap phenoms. DJ Technic handles the hook, flipping lines from Donald-D’s On Tour, E.P.M.D.‘s Crossover and other classics. Like what you’re hearing? Then what are you waiting for—click here to cop Yours And Mine B/W via iTunes, or visit Illadrenalinerecords.com/ to pick it up as a limited edition color vinyl 7”.
Written by richard on 03/20/13
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