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PremRock and Fresh Kils Lock Horns on 'Leave In Tact'

Over the last few months, I've been trying to dive deeper into the underground hip-hop I've sorely missed. Doing that means running into cats like PremRock and Fresh Kils, who represent New York and Canada (respectively) and are making the kind of hip-hop that champions a higher elevated pen game along with experimental production.

On their recently-released album Leave In Tact, Prem and Fresh have both in spades. I'd say their tag team trickery is properly experienced on "No Pleas Copped," with its subtle organ drone, guitar squeals, and gut-punching drums giving Prem a brutal sound bed to go for broke on. Elsewhere on the project, reputed spitters like Homeboy Sandman, El Da Sensei, and C-Rayz Walz lend their lyrical acumen to the project.

You can (and should) cop Leave In Tact today; stream the full project below, and grab a physical or digital copy via URBNET.


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