A bit of grime for the evening, courtesy of a few buzzworthy names. Atlanta’s Curtis Williams (of crew Two9) enlists the help of Miami emcee Robb Bank$ and recent favorite producer Childish Major for an eerie cut that recalls the early Three 6 Mafia records that seem to influence all three players involved (with a slightly clearer sound and less of a focus on Satan and acts of extreme violence).

The accompanying video completes the early-90s grime-caked package, a tribute to late night public access video (a series of words that probably mean absolutely nothing to a segment of our reading audience). Crack a 40 of St. Ides and feel a little dirty to this one.

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