Stik Figa - Medicine

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Michael "Seven" Summers
Album:
As Himself

If you’re suffering from an acute lack of quality beats and rhymes, then Stik Figa has the cure for what ails you. On new single Medicine, Michael “Seven” Summers‘s funky, brass-laced production sets the mood as the Kansan emcee delivers verses laced with his trademark social, political and philosophical commentary. Craving more “blue collar music” from the underground buzzmaker? You’ll find what you seek on Stik’s just released As Himself LP, available here for digital purchase.

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