Do or Die - Bend The Block

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Do or Die
Producer:
The Legendary Traxster
Album:
Trunk Music

Chicago’s legendary rap group Do or Die has returned to the scene to release their eighth studio album, Trunk Music, but with two very noticeable changes.  Out of the picture are former label home Rap-A-Lot (the group signed with Traxster Inc.) and third member, Belo, who is currently serving a ten-year prison sentence for second-degree murder.  Regardless of the changes, the group is hoping that their first single in several years will help them Bend The Block once more; melodic flows from members AK-47 and N.A.R.D. are mixed and matched well with an old-school beat courtesy of The Legendary TraxsterTrunk Music hits the streets March 18, going head to head with fellow hometown group Speedknot Mobstaz’ and their new LP, Mobstability II: Nation Business.

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