Third Root ft. Big Rube - Revolutionary Theme Music

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Greg G
Album:
None (Promo Single)

While you might not recognize the name Third Root, rest assured they have some serious clout.  Accompanying the pair on their epic new single is Big Rube, a first generation member of the Dungeon Family; so yeah, Third Root can spit. The San Antonio duo is comprised of two emcees whose talents outside of the mic are reflected on Revolutionary Theme Music. Charles Peters is an accomplished poet and author, while Marco Cervantes has a Ph.D and teaches at the University of Texas at San Antonio; the pair’s knowledge and professionalism bursts through on this cut.  Atop the triumphant boardwork of Greg G, propelled by a daunting vocal chorus and a marching beat, the duo— accompanied by Big Rube, of course—showcase their boisterous, forceful flows, spitting some grown-mans knowledge that will leave your hair standing on edge and your blood pumping. Revolutionary Theme Music is the first single from the forthcoming EP, produced in-full by Greg G.

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