El Da Sensei Returns To His Graf Writer Roots On SilentSomeone’s ‘Lab 82 (Video)

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The Artifacts’ El Da Sensei and Tame One had a lot to do with educating early/mid-’80s babies on the importance of graffiti in Hip-Hop. Signed to Big Beat Records through Atlantic, the New Jersey duo kicked ill tracks that were about breaking into train yards, gettin’ zooted, and going all-city. Almost 20 years later, El’s had plenty of other subjects to write about in his global appeal.

However, Da Sensei returns to his roots alongside SilentSome, Action Bronson affiliate Shaz Illyork, and Oktober Zero in “‘Lab 82.” At a time when the elements are spread apart, this is cool Hip-Hop for anyone that ever used paint for self-preservation.

Still hopin’ for that third Artifacts LP.

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