Fundament ft. Coleman Hell - Magnifying Glass

Posted about 3 years ago
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When I read the title of Fundament‘s latest single, I immediately thought of the wholesome childhood pastime of burning bugs with concentrated sunlight. I may have a sick mind but, as it turns out, the Toronto rhymesayer is on the exact same wavelength. Making its world premiere on our front page, this dreamy, Fameless-produced finds Fundament turning up the heat on his haters, who are so far below him they could easily be mistaken for scurrying insects. As guest singer Coleman Hell puts it on the hook, “Everybody looks like ants from up here, so I’ve got a Magnifying Glass, I’ma set ‘em on fire.” Has this slightly sadistic banger left you craving more? Then stay tuned for further singles leading up to the September release of The Fundament x Fameless EP via The DJBooth.

Update: Fundament’s self-directed Magnifying Glass visuals have been added.

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