Willie the Kid x Bronze Nazareth - The Living Daylights

Posted 2 years ago

Willie The Kid and producer Bronze Nazareth have joined forces to release their collaborative debut album, The Living Daylights.

Inspired by the Wu-Tang Clan's 20th anniversary, the set boasts a total of 13 original tracks from the emcee and producer, both natives of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Included are reader-approved singles "The Guilt," "Delirium" and "Ain't Nothing."

Boldy James, Kyss, L.A.D., Roc Marciano, S-Class Sonny, Sean Price, Sha Stimuli, Sun God, Tekh Togo and Young Dirty Bastard make guest appearances throughout The Living Daylights, which is produced entirely by Bronze Nazareth.

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