Generation X - The Synopsis

Posted 4 years ago
Bobby Whitfield
Global Warning

They say that there’s strength in numbers, and if that’s true than Generation X is the Hercules of the rap game. A collection of unceasingly dope emcees put together by first generation Dungeon Family member Backbone, Generation X is now preparing to issue the people of Earth a warning, and as a proper introduction they’ve unleashed new single The Synposis, making it’s world premiere right here, right now. Over producer Bobby Whitfield‘s horn driven and instantly headnoddable beat, Generation X members Backbone, Aleon Craft, Doski Wo, Renegade El Rey, Betty Boo Banksta, Chef T. Randle, Golden Buttafly and Fleetwood Coup DaVille all take their turn stirring the lyrical pot to simmering effect. As dope as Synopsis is, this introduction is just the tip of the iceberg. For the whole truth and nothing but the truth, keep it locked to The DJBooth for the release of Global Warning, coming later this month.

Generation X Aleon Craft Backbone Premiere

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