Flex The Antihero - War

Posted 2 years ago
M Mac, Emerson Brooks

War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing… unless that War is the latest video single from Flex The Antihero. The title is absolutely perfect for this high-octane cut, which just so happens to be a Booth-exclusive world premiere. Co-producers M Mac and Emerson Brooks’ booming, aggressive beat sounds like a thousand tanks and marching soldiers. The strongest soldier of them all is Flex. With a hostile, relentless flow, he really takes command of the production, demanding your attention where most emcees would get drowned out. War can be found stationed on Flex’s outstanding, must-download album, SALEM, available here in the Booth for the low low price of Free .99.

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