Gotham Green & El Prez - Inhale

Posted 5 years ago
Twigg & Stone
Inhale EP

In middle school I used to play Grand Theft Auto 3 constantly, religiously even. While I rampaged, I always had to put on Game Radio FM hosted by Stretch Armstrong (remember!?) and as I played, I often thought it’d be a pretty awesome job to select cuts for the soundtrack to Grand Theft. Well, if that was my job, I’d definitely select Inhale for my virtual drives. Inhale is the first leak (and title track) from the Inhale EP, which finds Tell Me Something creator Gotham Green linking up with In & Out lover El Prez for a collaborative project that consists almost entirely of the two switching verses. Produced by Twigg & Stone, Inhale has that chilling New York vibe to it with narcotic piano riffs throughout, the perfect hazy backdrop for Gotham and Prez to drop verses in their relaxed yet clever styles. Presented by Ashley Outrageous and DJBooth, the Inhale EP will be available to the masses for free download and stream on May 5 (or Cinco de Mayo if you like).

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