Gensu Dean & Planet Asia - Abrasions

Posted 3 years ago
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The Grand Imperial Gensu Dean and West Coast legend Planet Asia have teamed up for Abrasions, a frantic ride through 17 tracks of unbridled Hip-Hop. Planet Asia is at his best spitting bar after bar of lyrical fire, filled with dense wordplay, astute observations, and knock 'em down punchlines, while Gensu Dean produces what has to be the pinnacle of SP1200 production in the contemporary age.

The LP features previously-released song selection "Faces on the Dollar" and guest contributions from Grammy award winner David Banner and underground stalwarts Gold Chain Military, Tragedy Khadafi, Tristate and more.

Abrasions is now available for exclusive stream and direct digital purchase with a hard copy release on March 5.

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