The Mighty Underdogs - Want You Back

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Headnodic
Album:
Droppin' Science Fiction

Following in the footsteps of fellow California acts such as Dilated Peoples, Planet Asia, and Blu, Oakland trio The Mighty Underdogs will be Droppin’ Science Fiction on their debut LP this fall.  As exciting as their up-and-coming hip-hop lifestyle can be, group members Gift of Gab, Lateef the Truth Speaker, and Headnodic will never forget what they’ve left behind them; in fact, the memories often hit them so hard, that they simply Want You Back.  Offering the most versatile contribution to the track is Headnodic, who, in addition to performing the hook, also creates a smooth, relaxing beat that is perfect for an all-weather cruise through the streets of your nearest big city.  Listeners’ ears should be ready for a deep impact once the Mighty Underdogs get to Droppin’ Science Fiction on October 14.

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