The Primeridian ft. ADaD - Live from the Belly

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Tall Black Guy
Album:
Unreleased

The Primeridian and Tall Black Guy are back at it following the release of their recent album Darling Lure. They premiered Live From the Belly, featuring ADaD, at the Darling Lure release party and after plenty of admiration from the crowd they decided to release it to the wider world. On Live these three compose a hip-hop sound that’s normally associated, which is just fine with them because the underground scene is where they reside. I say these three because Primeridian is made up of two emcees, See-Me-On and Race, with Tall Black Guy as the solo producer. Together they’ve created what hip hop is meant to be, the mixing and sampling of many different things to create an awesome sound. From the strings, the percussion pattern, the distorted vocal sample, a xylophone and a ton more, Belly is just a perfect example of what talented artists can do when properly inspired. For more inspirational examples be sure to cop Darling Lure, available now.

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