Planet VI, G-Scott & Shawn Chrystopher - Doin’ Here

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Kato [for SMKA]
Album:
Stankonia Sessions: A3C Edition 2012

There’s no telling who will pop up on a given track off SMKA and The Flush‘s forthcoming A3C compilation; previously-released joints Turn Around, Swisha and The Sparks have featured emerging artists from everywhere on the map brushing shoulders with the likes of veteran crew Slum Village. There is, however, one ironclad rule: “no fake n**gas allowed.” U.S. Virgin Islands duo Planet Vi (whose latest project, American Nightmare, is available now for streaming and download in The DJBooth), Chicago rhymesayer G-Scott (whose 1983 tape will be released soon via the Booth) and Inglewood spitter Shawn Chrystopher act as enforcers on new song release Doin’ Here, turning away all suckers and lames over SMKA member Kato‘s street-ready production. Stankonia Sessions: A3C Edition 2012 will be released on Tuesday, November 27.

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