Wordsmith ft. RhymeZwell & Black Knight - Judged in Da Cipha

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Wordsmith
Producer:
Professa
Album:
Unreleased Exclusive

When hip-hop culture and the city of Baltimore are brought up in conversation, most people are quick to connect the two by way of the popular HBO series, The Wire.  Having already featured Charm City rappers such as Bossman and Hots, the DJBooth is excited to feature a new B-More artist by the name of Wordsmith.  Joined by fellow home town artists RhymeZwell and Black Knight, the underground emcee tells a lyrically nimble tale about the city where oh-so-many get Judged in Da Cipha.  This heavy-hitting production, which is helmed by Professa, is not currently attached to any album or mixtape, but rather serves as appetizer to a career that Wordsworth knows can span four courses.

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