The Regiment ft. Sadat X & El Da Sensei - Raise Up

Posted 2 years ago
DJ Duct

Raise your arms Up like you’re gonna “grab the sky,” because The Regiment is back! A freshly-minted loosie that marks the Motown duo’s official return to HiPNOTT Records, this cut sees partners-in-rhyme OSI and IseQold lacing a fast and furious DJ Duct production with bars precision-tuned to get a crowd moving. On the off chance their verses don’t have your hands in the air, though, the equally hype guest rhymes of rap vets Sadat X and El Da Sensei will undoubtedly inspire you to turn up. The Regiment has yet to announce any forthcoming projects, but we have it on good authority that there’s more to come. As always, you can keep it locked to the Booth for all the latest.

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