Ces Cru - Lotus

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Seven
Album:
Constant Energy Struggles

Pop quiz time. Does anybody know what label KCMO (Kansas City, Missouri) duo Ces Cru are signed to? If you couldn’t figure it out by their hometown, perhaps their brash, rapid-fire style tipped you off that they belong to Strange Music. Following their Tech N9ne-assisted lead single, Juice, Godemis and Ubiquitous have returned with some more of what has made Strange Music a Booth-favorite label. On Lotus, Seven, who also produced Juice, cooks up a futuristic beat over which the emcees display their Patrick Willis-like strength and RGIII (pre-injury) speed.  This results in a powerful, yet slightly agile cut which oozes the trademark sound of Strange Music. So, has Lotus made your fervor for the duo blossom or will they have to do more to ensure that you take a listen to their forthcoming album Constant Energy Struggles?

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