Killer Mike ft. Charles Manson - Belly of the Beast

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
The Beatchefs
Album:
Sunday Morning Massacre Series (Part 6)

Killer Mike is really trying to get us all to say, “Ice Cube who?” In the latest installment of his Sunday Morning Massacre series, the ATL veteran features interview audio from the one-and-only Charles Manson.  Together, this demented duo comment on the sad state of affairs within the American prison system. Raging against the machine over The Beatchiefs menacing concoction, Mike is in the Belly of the Beast with nothing but a pen and a pad to let his thoughts be expressed to the world. With enough venom to poison the engineer, Mike and Manson do just enough to tip the scales of convention on this very creative and ominous track.  Let’s hope that if people are checking for Mike after this one, they aren’t wearing a badge or carrying a gun.

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