Green Street ft. Mickey Factz & Anik Khan - By Any Means

Posted 2 years ago
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Producer:
Renaissance
Album:
The Will to Win

Thanks to their latest effort, one thing that you’ll learn about hip-hop trio Green Street is that they are determined to make it; of course that means By Any Means necessary. Lucky for us, those means include the release of potent, gripping cuts like this single. Green Street’s beat expert, Renaissance, gets the determined effort off on the right foot ear with a synth-heavy beat that is cut by some powerful drums; creating the perfect balance of passion and power. Atop the impressive board work Green Street’s emcees, A-live and Soupa, spit grind-oriented bars to fit the theme of the record. They are joined by kinda-retired rapper Mickey Factz and Anik Khan, who send the enthralling cut over the edge. By Any Means can be found on Green Street’s The Will to Win project out now via Audiomack.

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