Kidz In The Hall ft. Bun B, Pusha T & The Cool Kids - Drivin Down The Block (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Double-O
Album:
The In Crowd

Drivin Down the Block, the new single from Kidz In The Hall, continues to garner a strong underground buzz and lucky for you the album’s remixed version has arrived.  While producer Double-O’s original beat (sampling Masta Ace‘s classic, Born to Roll) is maintained and MC Naledge has concocted a brand new verse, several guest artists have jumped on board for some brand new fun.  Forming a parade of underrated MCs from all across the country, the song features The Clipse‘s Pusha T, up-and-coming Chicago duo The Cool Kids and Dirty South veteran, Bun B.  If lyrically driven (no pun intended) indie hip-hop floats your boat, KITH will release their sophomore album, The In Crowd, on May 13.

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