Ruste Juxx x The Arcitype ft. Ill Bill, Guilty Simpson & Shabaam Sahdeeq - The Walking Dead

Posted 4 years ago
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The Arcitype
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V.I.C

You’d think that a creature as slow-moving, mindless, inarticulate and unfashionable as the zombie would be an unlikely role model for a rapper. On the other hand, you can’t expect to leave such a tempting bandwagon unattended without some enterprising emcee jumping in. Thus, we have Ruste JuxxThe Walking Dead, a blood-spattered hip-hop tribute to the monster popularized by George Romero, and recently brought into the spotlight thanks to the AMC series of the same name. Not to be left out of the shambling, flesh-eating fun, Ill Bill, Guilty Simpson and Shabaam Sahdeeq grab the mic to deliver aggressive guest bars over project producer The Arcitype‘s sinister beat. For more from the BK rapper and his behind-the-boards partner, grab a copy of V.I.C. when it drops Sept 25, via AR Classic Records/Duck Down Music Inc..

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