Marco Polo ft. Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, O.C., Tragedy Khadafi & DJ Revolution - Astonishing

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Marco Polo
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PA2: The Director’s Cut

Marco Polo‘s never been a slouch when it comes to recruiting talented collaborators, but the sheer amount of guest muscle the veteran beatsmith’s managed to pack into his latest street single is straight-up Astonishing. On this action-packed cut, the Soulspazm signee’s bombastic boom-bap boardwork sets the stage for high-energy verses from Large Professor, Inspectah Deck, O.C. and Tragedy Khadafi. But that’s not all, folks: DJ Revolution assists behind the wheels of steel, lending his expert cuts and scratches to the record’s extended instrumental outro. PA2: The Director’s Cut is scheduled to drop Tuesday, November 12. In the meantime, fans can cop the official prelude mixtape, Newport Authority 2, for free in the Booth.

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