Thee Tom Hardy - Fables

Posted 3 years ago

Fables and tall tales” are all well and good when you’re rocking a toga in 600 BC but, in the modern-day rap game, that sh*t isn’t gonna fly—not if Thee Tom Hardy has anything to say about it. On this potential album cut, making its world premiere right here on our front page, the First in Flight State repper bemoans the lack of realness currently plaguing the industry. Beatsmith Laphelle provides a low-key, head-noddable backdrop for the longtime reader fave’s bars, which come packed with his usual witty punchlines and polysyllabic rhyme schemes. This joint is in the running for inclusion on Another Guerrilla Broadcast, dropping this spring as the sequel to Hardy’s DJBooth-hosted Guerrilla Broadcast LP.

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