Edo G & King Magnetic Visit The Zoo Over A 9th Wonder Groove (Video)

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Edo G (f/k/a Ed O.G.) has been a guiding light to two generations of MCs for his ability to kick family-conscious tracks, as well as skillfully make traditional Hip-Hop. Additionally, like his contemporaries Kool G Rap and Tragedy Khadafi, Roxbury’s finest has also been a beacon for hardcore, fact-filled Rap music—especially through his Special Teamz work. One of these disciples is Army Of The Pharaohs affiliate King Magnetic.

Those two link up for “Back & Forth,” a simple collaborative essay on a vintage-sounding 9th Wonder production. Filmed at the zoo, it’s the perfect setting for these exotic artists showing that it’s a jungle out here:

From the incredibly worthwhile, brand new After All These Years release, featuring involvement from Pete Rock, Camp Lo, Chuck D, and more.

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