Down 2 Earth ft. Steve Shankle - Only Competition

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If you’re looking to dominate the Bay Area hip-hop scene, Down 2 Earth is the crew to beat. On their latest single, premiering in the Booth along with Farid Xan‘s official visuals, the trio let upstart rappers know that they’re the Only Competition of any importance. Here, crewmates Clyde Shankle, Azure and Dayvid Michael flex their lyrical muscles over a breezy, guitar-laced in-house beat. Steve Shankle, Clyde’s brother, assists on the guest tip. Featuring this cut, last week’s unanimously-acclaimed Sugie and much more, Down 2 Earth’s Wildfire LP has yet to receive a drop date. Fans can, of course, keep it locked for the latest release details.

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