Guilty Simpson & Small Professor - Highway Robbery

Posted 2 years ago

Highway Robbery is a collaborative concept album from Detroit heavyweight emcee Guilty Simpson and Philly burgeoning beatsmith Small Professor. Weighing in at ten tracks, the project takes place in a seemingly post apocalyptic Detroit and plays as one long narrative of Guilty's day-to-day survival in his city's concrete jungle, all set to the tone of Small Pro's foreboding, percussion heavy production. Featuring lead singles "On the Run" and "It's Nuthin," the album packs guest appearances from Boldy James, AG (of D.I.T.C.) and Castle, with both Statik Selektah and DJ Revolution handling the Technic 1200s.

Highway Robbery is available for exclusive stream via The DJBooth, and is now available for purchase on iTunes through Beat Goliath/Coalmine Records.

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