All Edo G & Pete Rock Need Is 2 Turntables & A Mic (Video)

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Between sparse beats, Edo G thrives. The Roxbury, Boston MC vet once known as just “Ed O.G.”  has over 23 years cutting tracks that outlasted the times, with wisdom, flare, and pride. For his upcoming After All These Years album (September 9), the Special Teamz member is working with the likes of Chuck D, Pete Rock, 9th Wonder, and Marco Polo.

The MC’s 11th studio album includes “2 Turntables & A Mic.” Produced by longtime friend/collaborator Pete Rock, the video finds Ed entrenched in a Hip-Hop trench, transmitting his unique brand of realness. Is this one of the proposed five vintage (now three), unused P.R. beats? What do you think?

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