Wax x Herbal T - Lewis & Clark

Posted 3 years ago
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Lack of Afro
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Mariachi bands, acoustic guitars, you never quite know what you’re going to get on a new Wax track, but never forget, the man can flat out rap. On his new video single Lewis & Clark, Wax brings on his brother and frequent musical collaborator Herbal T for some high powered rhymes, all delivered over a beat by UK producer Lack of Afro that’s got more energy than a Redbull chased down with Four Loko. For even more adventures into hip-hop’s uncharted territories, be sure to cop Wax’ upcoming album, Continue…, when it drops January 15. In the meantime, in the spirit of the holidays Wax is offering up a limited time free download of Lewis & Clark right here. Enjoy.

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