Marco Polo Orchestrates A Compton Thang With MC Eiht & King T With West Coast Love (Audio)

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Canadian-born producer Marco Polo is known for working with New York City MC icons like Big Daddy Kane, Rakim, KRS-One, and Masta Ace. Throughout his career, the album partner with Torae and Ruste Juxx just has a sound that knocks with the feel of mid-’90s production that can make Heads nod.

However, for his second effort of 2013, PA 2: The Director’s Cut, Marco went to Hub City, otherwise known as Compton to pair MC Eiht and King T. Both of these men helped make Compton what it is today, and both keep the mic skills sharp. Although these two appeared on that Priority Records N.W.A. tribute album a decade back (something they didn’t have to do, as N.W.A. were contemporaries), you can still file this under: Collaborations that matter.


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