If The Alchemist and Evidence are the Step Brothers whenever they link up, then Action Bronson should be known as their step cousin on their new collaborative record "Mums in the Garage." Everything about this song displays why Bronson is an incredibly lovable rap star. In one verse he references Thin Mints and an impromptu trip to the doctor's office, all the while lacing the throwback production with bars. Evidence and The Alchemist follow suit with their own animated rhymes, like say, tossing midgets like a discus. There's a lot going on here, and it's all awesome.
"Mums in the Garage" will be included on Alchemist and Evidence's upcoming album Lord Steppington, which will be released January 21. The project is available for pre-order on iTunes here.
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