Strong Arm Steady x Statik Selektah - Premium

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With a title like “Premium,” you know you’re in for a dope listen. On the latest single off Strong Arm Steady and Statik Selektah‘s forthcoming collaborative album, the Boston DJ/producer’s fluttering sample work sets the stage for braggadocious, ever-so-slightly blunted bars from Krondon, Phil Da Agony and Mitchy Slick. Stereotype hits record stores and online retailers August 14, via Diamond Supply/SAS/Showoff Records.

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