Audio Push Call Out Everything In Hip-Hop They Hate While Acting Like Gentlemen (Video)

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Once signed to Interscope Records, Audio Push is so much more than their breakthrough single “Teach Me How To Jerk.” The Inland Empire, California duo (same city that 40 Glocc and J.J. Fad are from) have bars. That’s abundantly clear on “Come As You Are.”

With outspoken, critical deliveries, Oktane and Pricetag call out rappers for not representing their true selves in search of greater appeal, while a slow-rolling black and white video shows what they’re ’bout.

From Naughty By Nature, to Fat Joe, to Common, lots have artists have changed from their introductions. Are these Hit-Boy cosigned guys next?

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