Sean Price & M-Phazes ft. Roc Marciano & DJ Devastate - Murdah Type Thinkin

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The most effective songs are the ones that have a vibe that influences you to think or feel a certain way. The latest collab from Sean Price and M-Phazes is one of those cuts. M-Phazes’ aggressive, unrelenting beat—peppered with razor-sharp cuts from DJ Devastate—gives you that Murdah Type Thinking. Price rattles off some gritty, pull-no-punches bars in his signature raspy, violent flow. If you think the hostility ends with Price, you are sorely mistaken. Guest emcee Roc Marciano laces the back with his piercing approach—the perfect vehicle for his grimy bars. If Murdah Type Thinkin has you craving more from Price and Phazes, keep an eye out for their joint EP, Land of the Crooks, due out next week. The project will be available for stream here inside The DJBooth starting on the 17th.

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