The Audible Doctor ft. Chaundon - Dirty N*gga

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The Audible Doctor
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Unlike most members of the medical profession, The Audible Doctor isn’t a stickler about hygiene. In fact, the Brooklyn-based rapper/producer likes to keep it nice and grimy. On new EP single Dirty N*gga, released along with visuals by Alex F. Ghassan, the artist contemplates the social and economic circumstances that motivate individuals to stray from the straight and narrow, flowing over an appropriately gritty, self-produced beat. Bronx-repping guest Chaundon begins his opening 16 by declaring, “There’s so much dirt I could grow vegetation on my back,” and proceeds to prove it, detailing his many indiscretions in the realms of romance. For Dirty N*gga and much more, check out the Doctor’s Summer Tape EP, available via iTunes as of July 30.

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