Statik Selektah & JFK ft. REKS & Termanology - Brothers On The Run

Posted 3 years ago
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Statik Selektah
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#AGE: Open Season

With their #AGE: Open Season project due out tomorrow, October 30, Statik Selektah and JFK are finally offering up a sample from their joint effort. Joined by both REKS and Termanology, the duo dedicate their latest release to the Brothers On The Run who unfortunately haven’t been able to find solace or security at home. Putting in work behind the boards, Statik appropriately matches the dismal tone of the record with somber horns, longing drums, and keys provided by Cas Weinbren. Massachusetts guest spitters REKS and Term prove to be quite the worthy lyrical companions on Brothers On The Run as they each express their own inner struggle. It’s officially #AGE: Open Season; listen at your own risk.

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