Kardinal Offishall ft. The Clipse - Set It Off

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Boi-1da
Album:
Not 4 Sale

As his Akon-assisted single Dangerous continues to dominate the charts (both in the States and his native Canada), rapper Kardinal Offishall has sent the Booth a new selection off his upcoming album, Not 4 Sale.  On Set It Off, the Toronto MC utilizes the same rhyme scheme that his north-of-the-border fans have enjoyed for the past eleven years and enlists fellow T-Dot resident, Boi-1da, for the beat.  The difference between the past and the present, however, is Virginia duo, The Clipse, who come aboard for two guest verses. Not 4 Sale will be released via KonLive/Geffen on August 5, the same day the Clipse release their Re-Up Gang compilation album via Koch.

Note:  The streaming of “Set It Off” has temporarily been suspended.

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