¡Mayday! ft. Pharoahe Monch & Stat Quo - Death March (Remix)

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Originally featured back in late January, ¡Mayday!‘sDeath March won high reader praise for its creativity and unconventional themes. Today the Florida live-band crew return with the first of two official remixes of the record. This time around, NYC underground mainstay Pharoahe Monch and ATL stalwart Stat Quo join Wrek, Bernbiz and co. to deliver hard-hitting bars over Plex Luthor‘s moody boardwork. Fans can find the album version of Death March and much more on ¡Mayday!‘s Strange Music debut, Take Me to Your Leader, scheduled for release March 27.

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