Black Collar - Give It Up

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Master Kraftsmen
Album:
Black Tape

Ladies and gentlemen, Give It Up for Black Collar! And I don’t mean a round of applause: I’m talking everything you own, from your wallet and watch right down to your mind, body and soul. Making its world premiere right here in the Booth, the debut feature from this Oxnard, Cali threesome is essentially a stickup in musical form. Over Master Craftsman‘s menacing samples, partners-in-rhyme KB Imean, Famous and Rone Jeremy paint a lurid, blood-spattered picture of day-to-day life round their way. Easy listening it ain’t, but listeners with a taste for underground flames are sure to walk away from this record hungry for more. If you’re feeling it, keep it locked for further singles leading up to the July 2, release of Black Collar’s Booth-hosted street album, the Black Tape.

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