MarQ Spekt & Blockhead - JustPlayWitIt

Posted 2 years ago
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Think today's rap game is a little short on aggressive bars and grimy beats? Then JustPlayWitIt, Philly emcee MarQ Spekt and NYC beatmaker Blockhead's collaborative debut, is just what you've been missing.

Heralded by lead single "SumOfItsParts," which won positive reviews when it hit the Booth in mid-June, the album features 13 tracks' worth of verbose wordplay and dirty, yet sophisticated boardwork from the emcee-producer duo. Clever, C-Shotta, HIM-LO, Philly LoLife Allstars, Raq and Sarah Wilson assist on the guest tip throughout the set, which is produced entirely by Blockhead.

JustPlayWitIt is now available for full, free stream and direct purchase (320 kbps MP3s) via The DJBooth and HiPNOTT Records.

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