Statik Selektah Lays Down A Great Scratch-Chorus For 1982’s Sucker Free (Audio)

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Statik Selektah and Termanology appear to be ramping up another 1982 project. Statik laces a really grabbing scratch-chorus (showing his emulation of onetime mentor DJ Premier), on a faster-pace track called “Sucker Free.” Term talks about handing out buck 50’s (not meaning six quarters), while his own protege Ea$y Money comes through for a brawny verse in his own rite.

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