Neek The Exotic ft. Satchel Page, O.C. & Sadat X - Hello Everybody

Posted 3 years ago
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Producer:
Confidence
Album:
Hustle Don't Stop

A newcomer to our pages but not to the hip-hop game, Queens emcee Neek The Exotic has been low-key killing it since the late ‘90s. Nonetheless, he extends a cordial greeting to new fans on Hello Everybody, the latest single off his upcoming solo album. As if the headliner’s tightly-wound bars weren’t enough, he’s brought three similarly skilled underground lyricists along for the ride: Satchel Page, O.C. and Brand Nubian‘s Sadat X each deliver a brash, braggadocious guest 16 over Confidence’ deftly-sampled beat. Now that you and Neek have been properly introduced, are you craving more fresh tunes? You’ll find what you seek on the artist’s Hustle Don’t Stop LP, scheduled for independent release on Tuesday, August 27.

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