The Dusted Hip-Hop Renaissance In New York City Continues With Timeless Truth’s Dominican Diner (EP)

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From The Dopplegangaz, to Rast RFC, to Your Old Droog, New York City has its share of groups and MCs who sound, well, out of time. These artists are celebrating the mid-1990s NYC movement, an era which did not necessarily reflect well on the charts and RIAA standards, but an era still heralded for its originality in rhyme schemes, messages, production, and beat-digging.

Queens duo Timeless Truth is part of this class. Down with Large Professor (who helped introduce Akinyele, Nas, and others in those days), this duo continues to make noise with dusty beats, and dusted deliveries. Eight songs are now offered up in the form of Dominican Diner, a free, downloadable EP worthy of your listen and time:

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