Edo G & Chuck D Slam Lyrics Over A Chirped Up Rock Sample (Video)

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Edo G’s After All These Years album is sizing up. Going from Roxbury to Long Island, the O.G. slams a track alongside Chuck D of Public Enemy. “Fight” induces such an attitude, with a ’70s Rock vocal sample (Ten Wheel Drive & Genya Ravan’s “Ain’t Gonna Happen,” which was used in a completely different way by Jay Z), and hard lyrics about dropping the gloves on the wackness from two highly-touted veterans.

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