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Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Melodious Monk
Album:
Deuces Wild

Since his ‘07 collaboration with Karniege on Empire State, longtime member of hip-hop duo Cannibal Ox, Vast Aire, has been hard at work on his second solo LP, Deuces Wild. TV Land, the underground emcee’s new single, is a humorous hip-hop tale that follows classic characters from the silver screen and features production from Brooklyn’s Melodious Monk. With blaring horns, soulful guitar and a sturdy bassline as his platform, the Harlem lyricist boasts that Willie Dynamite has nothing on him: “Hell up in Harlem, Uptown Saturday Night, Foxy Brown and Claudine had a fight/ and even though it got awful it got a little worse once they jumped Sparkle.”  Deuces Wild is set to be released on June 24.

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