Serge Severe & Gen.Erik ft. DJ Total Eclipse (of X-Ecutioners) - Giant

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The beautiful thing about Hip-Hop is its ability to bridge the gap between generations. It allows for the old school to collaborate with the new school in order to create timeless music. Portland natives Serge Severe and Gen.Erik, along with some assistance from DJ Total Eclipse, have created just that with their new single, Giant. Fans of all ages can borrow some steez from Serge’s boastful lyrics, while they get busy to the deep baritone sax on the Gen.Erik production. As for Total Eclipse, let’s just say that he continues to prove (as if he needed to?) why he was a member of the deadly X-Ecutioners. Following the release of their last album, Culture Shock, as part of the collective Animal Farm, Serge and Gen.Erik are hard at work on their upcoming album, which is slated for release before the end of the year.

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