Super Market Knife Attack - The Best of 2012 Instrumentals

Posted 3 years ago
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Atlanta collective crew SMKA (aka Super Market Knife Attack) had a very, very big 2012. In addition to helming multiple full-length projects, they also provided production for some of hip-hop's best rappers, including Freddie Gibbs (Kush Cloud), Jarren Benton, Rittz and Jon Connor (Billion Bucks), King Chip (Swisha) and many more.

To celebrate the year that was, SMKA has joined forces with The DJBooth to provide the masses with their Best of 2012 (Instrumentals), a collection of 12 of their dopest beats from last year.


Stream and download the Best of 2012 Instrumentals directly from the DJBooth. Those purchasing the premium version will receive high quality audio (320 kbps mp3s).

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