Only in 2013 could a collaboration like Blue Sky Black Death's "Keys" exist with rappers from Seattle, Atlanta and Charlotte representing their terrain.

The Seattle/Oakland production duo link up alongside Gucci Mane, Nacho Picasso, Deniro Farrar and Mack Shine for a menacing record that feels like it was meant to inspire the daily activities of the streets. From Gucci Mane's raspy voice to Picasso's unique delivery, this is audible goodness you can't package up. Don't sleep on the single artwork either, which was designed by a 7-year-old kid that goes by the name Yung Lennox. Boss status in the second grade.

Blue Sky Black Death recently released Glaciers, an hour-long musical journey that spans five songs and includes features from JMSN, Child Actor and Lotte Kesner

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